Reviews by Zekicmom
An interesting read. Answered a lot of questions I never would have thought to ask and some things I've always wondered about. Written in short, mostly easy to understand segments. Nothing overwhelming, lots to learn.
A very cute book that you can enjoy together with your kids. Each diary entry says a lot without being too wordy. Lots of humor for the adults but still very much a kid's book.
This is a great story told by a boy about the day that started out just like any other day, running errands with his mom, and turned out to be filled with dinosaurs and excitement. The illustrations are so expressive, you completely feel the boy's joy and the mother's dispare as the day wears on and more and more dinosaurs join the family. Don't worry, there's a happy ending.
This is one of those albums I have listened to, and can listen to, again and again. Songs that get you moving, songs that get you thinking, good stuff.
I had to keep reminding myself that this is a work of nonfiction. The people in Michael Perry's book could be characters in any kind of made up story. The author's keen sense of observation and respect for those with whom he crosses paths make me think I should be paying a little closer attention to the characters in my life. I kept hoping for happy endings, but instead was given reality, for good and for bad. I have a greater respect then ever for volunteer firefighters and all first responders after reading Population: 485.