Reviews by Beth Manuel
So many cats. Such cute faces. So many breeds. This is a handy thing to have in the car or anywhere kids may get bored.
I found this book to be riveting on several levels. First, the families that the social worker-protagonist encounters and the whole end of days mentality of survivalists. Add to that the dysfunction both professionally and personally of Pete made it a fascinating story. It kind of blew my mind.
I love NPH voice and how he styled his book to mimic the "Choose Your Own Adventure" series. From this book I learned that NPH used to work in a library! He's had a pretty charmed life but he's worked for it. This memoir made me love Neil Patrick Harris even more.
This was silly. Thankfully I didn't pay to watch it.
This was eloquent and inspiring. It's a very quick read and serves to share what life was like for a young black girl who found her voice by writing and discovering herself.