June 29, 2012

Follow Me Friday #7


Question: Birthday Wishes — Blow out the candles and imagine what character could pop out of your cake…who is it and what book are they from?

My Answer:
Lindsay - From Life Of Joy by Amy Cliptson / Though I think I would rather find a her Cousin Samuel and travel to that place and see if I could find my love.
Fern, Henry - From Charlotte Web / I think I enjoy the her brother for he two funny and also I would enjoy the rat from the book myself for a pet.
Alamanzo, Charles - From Little House on Prairie / I wonder if they take me back to that time and let me join their family. I wonder if I could be their siblings. I would like to have had Charles take me back and have him has my father / dad.
Oliver Twist - He one of my favorite and wonder if would get to experience like he did.
Tom Sawyer or Huckleberry Finn-  I would love to travel or have their Adventures let these too.

What about you? What Birthday Wishes - Blow out the candles and imagine what character could pop out of your cake…who is it and what book are they from?

Book Blogger Hop #7

Book Blog Hop was created by Crazy For Books

Question: Do you have a keeper shelf for books you loved? What books are on that shelf and why?

My Answer: Yes Do I have a Keeper Shelf. This Shelf is scattered around my bedroom. Some books are on bookshelves some are in a folding bin and some are on my headboard and in the selves on headboard.

The Books on this keeper Shelf or Shelves for me are "The Boxcar Children", "Chicken Soup for Soul Books", "The Baby Sitter Club", "The Baby Sitter Little Sister", "Oliver Twist" "Peter Pan", "Pee Wee Scout" and some many more.

Why do I keep these books... Well mostly because I read them and reread them. Some I found I really like and will read them again. Some I was given for my birthday or Christmas and I just keep them around and some I have read but some have not and want to read them at some point.

June 28, 2012

Review: The Quilter's Apprentice

Book Title: The Quilter's Apprentice
Author: Jennifer Chiaverini
Genre: Adult, Craft, Fiction, Woman Fiction, Historical Fiction,
Publisher: Plume
Series: Elm Creek Quilts (#1)
Pub Date: April 1, 2000 (272 Pages, Paperback)
Source: Picked it out to read for an A-Z Challenge
Contact Author: Goodreads / Website

Synopsis:
After moving with her husband, Matt, to the small college town of Waterford, Pennsylvania, Sarah McClure struggles to find a fulfilling job. In the meantime, she agrees to help seventy-five-year-old Sylvia Compson prepare her family estate, Elm Creek Manor, for sale. As part of her compensation, Sarah is taught how to quilt by this cantankerous elderly woman, who is a master of the craft.

During their lessons, Mrs. Compson reveals how her family was torn apart by tragedy, jealousy, and betrayal, and her stories force Sarah to face uncomfortable truths about her own alienation from her widowed mother. As their friendship deepens, Mrs. Compson confides in Sarah the truth about why she wants to sell Elm Creek Manor. In turn, Sarah seeks a way to bring life and joy back to the estate so Mrs. Compson can keep her home -- and Sarah can keep her cherished friend. The Quilter's Apprentice teaches deep lessons about family, friendship, and sisterhood, and about creating a life as you would a quilt: with time, love, and patience, piecing the miscellaneous and mismatched scraps into a beautiful whole.


My Thoughts:
This was a well thought book to read. It about a Old woman and her home a bit along with quilting. We find out some things about Mrs. Compson. We also learn about her family history a bit and Elm Creek Manor. It quite a sweet story.

If you decide to pick this book up and start reading you will finding out the family history of Elm Creek Manor. Sarah is hired to be a personal assistant to help clean up the Manor. Matt is in charge of the restoration of the Manor.

This book is about forming friendships, relationships and quilting. You will be amazed by what all in the this book and what is about.

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June 25, 2012

Review: The Quest for Good Manners

Book Title: A Quest for Good Manners
Author: Karin Lefranc
Genres: Children, Education, Good Manners, Adventure
Publisher: Beluga Press
Pub Date: June 1, 2011 ( 32 Pages, Hardcover)
Book Source: I received it from the Author herself for an Honest review
Contact Author: Goodreads

Synopsis:
Rosalind is not your typical princess--she and her pet dragon, Sparkler, are very rude. ''What's the big deal with manners anyway?'' the princess asks. ''Why do we always have to say please and thank you? And who cares how we use a napkin?''

Appalled by this behavior, the queen banishes the impolite pair from her castle until they find Good Manners. Percival, the wizard, sends them on their quest with the help of a magic fork, facing several challenges along the way. Not until the final test do Rosalind and Sparkler discover the real secret behind Good Manners.

Manners are more than mere rules of etiquette--good manners make others feel at ease and are the foundation of compassion and gratitude. It is a never-ending quest for parents and teachers to instill in our children the importance of good manners. This book is a precious tool in achieving that goal. Children and parents alike will love--and learn from--this story.


My Thoughts:
I finished this book and It as sweet and cute. I enjoyed the pictures and really enjoyed the dragon. I love the pictures in the book. it was lovely story about Good Manners. It teaches us manners, table manners, the three magic words.

They go on three different quests to three different places. It really educational and good for very young children and the picture are beautiful. It good for boys and girls and all age group for children.

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Review: The Amazing Adventures of Paddy Platypus

Title of Book: The Amazing Adventures of Paddy Platypus
Author: Tom De Paolo
Publisher: Createspace
Genres: Children, Animals, Adventure
Pub Date: March 27, 2012 (78 Pages, Paperback)
Book Source: I received this book from the author himself for any honest review
Contact Author: Goodreads

Synopsis:
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My Thoughts:
I was enjoyed this book. It tells about how Platypus are. They tell as a bit about them. We find out how fast he is and what he good at. It also teaches us about good at and what they do not like.

It a really good book for young readers and children. It funny as well. It quite a cutie book and really enjoy it. Paddy goes for adventure and to find out where and what happens at the end you should read the book. The pictures are good for children that can not read for it quite entering along with it being a chapter book style.

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June 22, 2012

Book Blogger Hop #6


Blogging Question: Do you immediately write a review upon finishing a book or do you wait and write multiple reviews at once?

My answer: I try and to immediately write a review upon finishing a book. Though I I been putting it off for a day or two that is for when I have been really tried or in pain. I have been in that for the last couple of days. Though I am getting back to writing a review as soon as I finish the book or immediately the next day.

Follow Me Friday #6


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Question: If you Unread a book, which one would it be? Is it because you want to start over and experience it again for the first time? or Because it was THAT BAD?

If I could ''Unread" a book I think I would choose "Fearless" not for what happened. It was a surpising ending in itself and a bit sad. I do not know if I would wonder if he would Adam would have gotten out of the army sooner if that happened to him all over again or not.

Another book I would like to "Unread" is the "Little House the Prairie" I enjoy this these books a lot and have re-read them bout one in I love the most and that "Farmer Boy". I sometime wonder if I unread them that they feel like I never read them before. Believe it or not each time I read them I am amaze because I do not remember everything that happens in the book. It like a brand new book.

Two books I would love to Unread is "Horse Camp" and "No Name Baby". To me these two books were really boring and did not make much sense to me at all. There was a big family secret in No Name Baby and I got that right way but the story did not make much sense though the book and explain it in the end but it was really boring and I wanted to drop the book and leave it. Horse Camp was just boring to read and made not sense at all about what was about and feel this way even after I read the book to the end.

June 19, 2012

Review: Zap! I'm A Mind Reader

Title of Book: Zap! I'm A Mind Reader
Author: Dan Greenburg
Genres: Fiction, Children, Science, Mystery, Education
Series: The Zack Files (#4)
Publisher: Grosset and Dunlap
Pub Date: August 6, 1996 (64 Pages, Hardcover)
Book Source: Hardcover (Barrowed from the Libarary)
Contact Author: Goodreads / Website

Synopsis:
When a flubbed electricity experiment in science class gives Zack a shock, he suddenly finds out he has a talent he never had before--Zack can now read other people's minds!

My Thoughts:
This is a funny book. It tell you a story about how Zack became Mind Reader. He was doing an experiment in science class. While he was doing the experiment he did something you should not do when your hands are wet. I do not want to give away how and what happens to him.

This teaches you about science a bit and it also teaches you that you should not do. It is an educational and great for Children and young readers.

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Review: Kaya and Lone Dog: A Friendship Story

Title of Book: Kaya and Lone Dog: A Friendship Story
Author: Janet Beeler Shaw
Genres: Historical Fiction, Children, Animals, Indians, 1764, Naive American
Series: American Girls: Kaya #4
Publisher: American Girl Publishing Inc
Pub Date: September 1st 2002 (81 Pages, Library Binding)
Book Source: Hardcover
Contact Author: Goodreads Profile

Synopsis:
When Kaya befriends a lone dog that has wandered near her camp, others in the village warn her to be careful. Dogs don't usually live by themselves, and some people think the lone dog is not to be trusted. But Kaya brings the dog food and can feel her gratefulness. After Lone Dog gives birth to pups, she lets Kaya be a part of her new family. When Kaya looks into Lone Dog's eyes, it's as if the dog is speaking to her. Kaya's grandmother tells her that if an animal speaks to her, she needs to listen. But as the pups grow older, Lone Dog has something else to say -- something that Kaya doesn't want to hear.

My Thoughts:
This is lovely story about a little girl named Kaya. She finds a lone dog near her village. There are something that happen and tell you have they become friends.

It also tell you a little about Naive American back in 1764. It quite a quick read but there some historical history about that time. There unique friendship that bonds. Things Kaya need to learn along with Lone dog need to learn. There something Kaya learns while taking care of Lone Dog. To find out more about them pick up the book.

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Review: House Rules

Title of Book: House Rules
Author: Jodi Picoult
Genres: Adult, Adult Fiction, Mystery, Family, Realistic Fiction,
Publisher: Atria
Pub Date: March 2, 2010 (532 Pages, Hardcover)
Book Source: Hardcover
Contact Author: Website / Goodreads / Twitter

Synopsis:
When your son can't look you in the eye...does that mean he's guilty?
Jacob Hunt is a teen with Asperger's syndrome. He's hopeless at reading social cues or expressing himself well to others, though he is brilliant in many ways. But he has a special focus on one subject - forensic analysis. A police scanner in his room clues him in to crime scenes, and he's always showing up and telling the cops what to do. And he's usually right.
But when Jacob's small hometown is rocked by a terrible murder, law enforcement comes to him. Jacob's behaviors are hallmark Asperger's, but they look a lot like guilt to the local police. Suddenly the Hunt family, who only want to fit in, are directly in the spotlight. For Jacob's mother, Emma, it's a brutal reminder of the intolerance and misunderstanding that always threaten her family. For his brother, Theo, it's another indication why nothing is normal because of Jacob.
And over this small family, the soul-searing question looms: Did Jacob commit murder?


My Thoughts:
This is strange book. It talks about autism child. It goe really is a novel about a boy that has Asperger Syndrome. It has goes though the life of a boy that has Asperger Syndrome and he has younger brother.

Jacob is accused of murder and they end of going to trail and Jacob acts out and has outburst and everyone doe not understand this quirks. They find out what really happens at the end of the story. Emma is franstic and try to explain about her son condition.

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June 16, 2012

Review: Fearless

Book Title: Fearless: The Heroic Story of One Navy SEAL's Sacrifice in the Hunt for Osama Bin Laden and the Unwavering Devotion of the Woman Who Loved Him
Author: Eric Blehm
Genres: Non Fiction, War, Military, Christian, Fearless, Family, Navy Seal
Publisher: The Doubleday Religious Publishing Group
Pub Date: May 22, 2012 (256 Pages, Hardcover)
Book Source: Hardcover, Received for an Honest review
Contact Author: Goodreads / Website
Read the first Chapter: Chapter 1
Get the Book here: Waterbrook Multnomah / Book Site /

Synopsis:
Fearless takes you deep into SEAL Team Six, straight to the heart of one of it’s most legendary operators.

When Navy SEAL Adam Brown woke up on March 17, 2010, he didn’t know he would die that night in the Hindu Kush Mountains of Afghanistan—but he was ready: In a letter to his children, not meant to be seen unless the worst happened, he had written, “I’m not afraid of anything that might happen to me on this Earth, because I know no matter what, nothing can take my spirit from me.”

But long before Adam Brown became a member of the elite SEAL Team Six—the counterterrorism unit that took down Osama bin Laden—there was a fun-loving country boy from Arkansas whose greatest goal had been to wear his high school’s football jersey. An undersized daredevil, prone to jumping off roofs into trees and off bridges into lakes, Adam was a kid who broke his own bones but would never break a promise to his parents … until he grew older, and his family watched that appetite for risk draw him into a downward spiral that eventually landed him in jail.

FEARLESS is the story of a man of extremes, whose determination was fueled by faith, family, and the love of a woman. It’s about a man who waged a war against his own worst impulses and persevered to reach the top tier of the U.S. military. Always the first to volunteer for the most dangerous assignments, Adam’s final act of bravery led to the ultimate sacrifice.

FEARLESS is the intimate story of a devoted man who was an unlikely hero but a true warrior, described by all who knew him as just that—fearless.


My Thoughts:
When I read about this book from the author that email that was sent to me. I was like yes I want read about this. I really did enjoy it.

It about the life of a Navy Seal named Adam Brown. It take you though this live from when He was born to when he died. The story starts out with an interview kind of setting. Though it goes though from How his parents meet and then and it goes though focus on Adam life. I really is a good read. It got to my emotions a bit twice though out the book.

There are somethings that Adam does that are strange but also some really bad things. You will be surpirese to see where he end up being. It quite amazing at what he was able to to do and fight though to get there. If you want a good read and Non Fiction book this is a good one to pick up and read. It read though this family and teammates and friends.

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June 15, 2012

Follow Me Friday #5


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Question: Happy Father's Day! Who is your favorite dad character in a book and why?

We'll start out with my favorite answers - 

Little House on the Prairie - Charles Ingalls, Laura Ingalls father. I sometimes wonder if thing would have been different if something bad every happened.
Farmer Boy - James Wilder
Fearless - Adam Brown become a Navy Seal Though he becomes a father soon after applying to become a Seal. Larry Brown, is Adam Brown father. He does some things you do not see often happen. I do not want  spoil it or give anything away. I will be Review this book in a day or so.                                                                                                                                                                
Charlotte Web - Mr. Arable

June 9, 2012

Review: The Journal Of Biddy Owens, Birmingham, Alabama, 1948

Title of Book: The Journal Of Biddy Owens, The Negro Leagues, Birmingham, Alabama, 1948
Author: Walter Dean Myers
Genres: Historical Fiction, Sports, Baseball, Children, Young Adult
Series: My Name is America
Publisher:  Scholastic Inc.
Pub Date: April 1, 2001 (192 Pages, Hardcover)
Book Source: Hardcover
Author Contact: Goodread Profile

Synopsis:
Biddy Owens is the batboy for the Birmingham Black Barons, one of the best teams in the Negro Leagues. With a supporting cast of characters that includes some of the greatest players ever, Biddy¹s story covers the games, the grueling road trips, racial segregation, and day-to-day life in Birmingham during this pivotal time in American history.

My Thoughts:
This book is written in the form of a diary. Though This book shows you thing though the eyes of any African American. This book is about the Negro Leagues. It tell about the times where Baseball was still considered  a White man's game.

Around this time in 1948, Baseball was starting to ingrates with African American. It was when Jackie Robinson was brought to place for the Major Leagues though though out the book. People were still think that there were still a few segregated seating in ballparks. They were still signs for blacks and White signs stating around.

Though this does change though you understand what it like at that time along with baseball changing and other things about american history. You do learn about the different thing though Ameican History and good for young children and adult to understand and learn about that time.

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Review: My Sister Keeper


Title of Book: My Sister Keeper
Author: Jodi Picoult
Genres: Adult, Young Adult, Family,
Publisher: Washington Square Press
Pub Date: May 19, 2009 (423 Pages, Paperback)
Book Source: Paperback
Author Contact: Goodreads / Website / Twitter

Synopsis:
"New York Times"-bestselling author Picoult, widely acclaimed for her keen insights into the hearts and minds of real people, tells the emotionally riveting story of a family torn apart by conflicting needs and a passionate love that triumphs over human weakness.

My Thoughts:
The story will make your heartbroken. I know there a movie called the same thing but the ending has changed from the books ending. If you watched the movie before reading this book your are going to get surprise ending either way but especially by the book ending.

Anna doe go to court hearing to get a medical emancipation from her parents. You see how each member of the family is suffering from her older sister Kate illness. It is something you should have tissures around for it a  bit sad. You also start to understand the movie a bit but I really like the book better then the movie. Though I was shock to see what sister dies in book.

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June 8, 2012

Book Blogger Hop #4

Question: If you were to write a book, what type of book would you write?

My Answer if were too. I would probably write to be fiction with a little of Romance in it but also about a lot to do with Family. It be centered around family.

I am in the making of a story called "True Love". This will not be a book in anyway. It will be a story for my sims 3 eventually. I have started writing the story I have about 5 chapter written. It still in draft mode and and is still be written. Once I get though this writer block on it I will probably finish it and work on the other stuff for it.

I like a said it not a book, I am writing it a story for something fun.
What are you writing or doing it for fun even if it not a book that being written.

Follow Me Friday #4


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 Question: For tonight for FF number 100 it's do your own feature -- so grab your BBB (Best Blogger Buddy) or Blog You Look Up To to and Feature them!

My Answer:

I have started getting a few followers but Mary is the first to contact me and be my follower after I made contact with another blogger buddy. I have so many that I will only choose hers.


She read lots of books of different genres and also does giveaways. She book lover for sure. Check out here blog here: http://maryinhb.blogspot.com/


June 3, 2012

Review: Farmer Boy

Title of Book: Farmer Boy
Author: Laura Ingalls Wilder
Genres: Children, Young Adult, Classic, Historical Fiction, Family
Series: Little House #3
Publisher: Harper Trophy
Pub Date: May 11, 2004 (372 Pages, Paperback)
Book Source: Paperback
Contact Author: Goodreads / Website

Synopsis:
For the first time in the history of the Little House books, this new edition features Garth Williams' interior art in vibrant, full color, as well as beautifully redesigned covers.

While Laura Ingalls grows up in a little house on the western prairie, Almanzo Wilder is living on a big farm in New York State. Here Almanzo and his brother and sisters help with the summer planting and fall harvest. In winter there is wood to be chopped and great slabs of ice to be cut from the river and stored. Time for fun comes when the jolly tin peddler visits, or best of all, when the fair comes to town.

This is Laura Ingalls Wilder's beloved story of how her husband Almanzo grew up as a farmer boy far from the little house where Laura lived.


My Thoughts:
This book get me and enjoy each and every time I pick it up and read it. This book is about Almanzo Wilder and his family. It about him and his brother, sisters and his mother and father.

It goes though all the seasons. It tell about Almanzo childhood. There time that he grateful to have Eliza Jane as his sister there an accident that happens while his parents are on Vacation for a week. You can tell Almanzo does not want to school and enjoy working on the farm more then going to school.

It tell you in detail about the planting season. It also tell you a lot about his livestyle and the way he was raised. It a good book for young adults and children as well.

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Review: The Journal Of Joshua Loper, A Black Cowboy, The Chisholm Trail, 1871

Title of Book: The Journal Of Joshua Loper, A Black Cowboy, The Chisholm Trail, 1871
Author: Walter Dean Myers
Series: My Name is America
Genres: Children, Young Adult, Historical Fiction, Diary,
Publisher: Scholastic
Pub Date: April 1, 1999 (160 Pages, Hardcover)
Book Source: Hardcover
Contact Author: Goodread Profile

Synopsis:
Two-time Newbery Honor-winning author Walter Dean Myers writes about an African-American boy's struggles with his first cattle drive and the racial prejudices of the day.
My Thoughts:
This is about a African American boy and his time on his first cattle drive. He was free and there were very though jobs for them. It about Joshua being a cowboy and the prejudiced of being black.

It a good read. Though this is mostly about the time in American History. It tells you more about being Black cowboy and on the trail of "The Chisholm Trail in 1871."

If you enjoy history this is good. This is told though the boys prospective as in Dear American is told though a girl prospective. It good for children to learn about our history at that time. Learn about Cattle drives as well as what it was like being African American in the 1871.

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June 1, 2012

Follow Me Friday #3


Follow Me Friday is hosted by Rachel at Parajunkee's View and Alison at Alison Can Read. The point is to follow as many book blog as you can and make new friends! As part of the adventure, she gives a weekly question. And, this week, Sinnful Books is one of the featured blogs!!

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Question: You are a matchmaker -- your goal, hook up two characters from two of your favorite books. Who would it be? How do you think it would go?

My Answer: I really could not be put two of my favorite characters together. For they may already have been matched to the right person. They are just fine for themselves. Sorry to say for this I did not put anyone for I really do not know or they are already matched.


Book Blogger Hop #3

Question: BEA Edition – What upcoming releases are you most looking forward to?

This book is an up and Coming release this year. It is coming this September. It by the Authors Lori Copeland and Virginia Smith.
I really enjoyed the first book of the Apple Grove Series. I am looking Forward to Reading Book 2. If I could get my hands a free copy to review I would be overjoyed.

If I do not I will be looking for it in my Library as soon as I know it be published.

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