Monthly Archives: August 2009

Robin to the Rescue By Robin Miller

Tweet I am a huge cookbook fan. I also love food telly. This cookbook is fabulous! Loads of recipes with just a few ingredients, which you have to love, and easy to make directions. She takes a lot of classic … Continue reading

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The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie By Alan Bradley

Tweet Charming mystery set in England around the 1940s. Very descriptive tale from the eyes of an 11 year old girl, Flavia. She is enveloped in her chemistry laboratory set-up in her home and yearns for adventure especially away from … Continue reading

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Best Friends Forever By Jennifer Weiner

Tweet A light, easy read about two girls who grew up together, become estranged and are brought back together again. The reason for the reunion is the main story of the book so I won’t spoil it. It does accentuate … Continue reading

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The Girls from Ames by Jeffrey Zaslow

Tweet This is an enjoyable story of 11 girls, friends from childhood, who grew up in Ames, Iowa. The author spotlights each girl so you really get to know their personalities and who they are the closest to within the … Continue reading

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Knowing

Tweet People are all over the place with regard to this movie. I liked it. Nicholas Cage plays pretty much the same character as he always plays, but we love him in our house. (One of my daughter’s favourite movies … Continue reading

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