Quote of the Day – The Cat Who Went to Heaven

Quote of the Day
"Sometimes the painting came easy, sometimes it came hard; sometimes the artist was pleased with what he had done, sometimes he was disguisted." —THE CAT WHO WENT TO HEAVEN by Elizabeth Coatsworth

The Cat Who Went to Heaven by Elizabeth Coatsworth

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Quote of the Day – The Cat Who Went to Heaven

Quote of the Day
"Sometimes the painting came easy, sometimes it came hard; sometimes the artist was pleased with what he had done, sometimes he was disgusted." –THE CAT WHO WENT TO HEAVEN by Elizabeth Coatsworth

The Cat Who Went to Heaven by Elizabeth Coatsworth

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Enemies to Friends and Why it Works

Enemies to Friends and Why it Works: why we love to see opposing characters form unexpected relationships.

Everyone seems to love it when enemies are able to overcome their differences and form a friendship. They may bicker and beat each other up in the beginning, yet readers will confidently claim they’re destined for a happily ever after.

Today I’m highlighting a few reasons why Enemies to Friends keeps showing up in our favorite books.

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Quote of the Day – Serafina and the Black Cloak

Quote of the Day
“The God’s-honest truth was that she didn’t even know what a friend was, other than what she’d read in books. If you meet someone face-to-face and they don’t hiss at you and bite you, does that mean you’re friends?” –SERAFINA AND THE BLACK CLOAK by Robert Beatty

Serafina and the Black Cloak by Robert Beatty

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Top 10 Tote Bags for Readers

10 Must-Have Tote Bags for Readers: practical gifts for bookworms, librarians, writers, and other bookish folk.

Shopping for the readers in your life can be tough. Do you buy them another book? More bookmarks? A gift card for a book shop?

I’ve scrounged the internet for stylish tote bags that would make readers of any genre swoon. So, if you’re shopping for a friend or need something for your next trip to the library, check out these enticing options.

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Quote of the Day – Keeper

Quote of the Day
“Wishes. Before today, Keeper had made plenty of wishes, like wishes on falling stars and wishes on rainbows and wishes on wishbones, all kinds of small wishes, like for Hershey’s Kisses with almonds and tie-dyed shoelaces. But now she needed a big wish, a giant wish.” –KEEPER by Kathi Appelt

Keeper by Kathi Appelt

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