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Archibald Finch and the Lost Witches – Michel Guyon & Zina Kostich (illustrator)

★★★★★ It's the calm before the storm. Or perhaps simply a lull before the next one. Archibald Finch and his family (mom, dad and older sister (Hailee)) just moved into his Grandma's scary old manor. Archibald spends the first few days exploring...and stumbles upon a mysterious globe. It has weird and strange illustrations of creepy and impossible… Continue reading Archibald Finch and the Lost Witches – Michel Guyon & Zina Kostich (illustrator)

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Swipe Right for Murder – Derek Milman

★★★ ½ ...and we're splurging on ridiculously overpriced tea and discussing sudden death. Unfortunately, the topic is all too relevant at the moment. Aidan is in New York City for a night (for a heart scan) and after the scan, kicks off his shoes and re-downloads Dirty Paws (aka Grindr). Nothing good can come from this, but… Continue reading Swipe Right for Murder – Derek Milman

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Little Book of Bees: The Fascinating World of Bees, Hives, Honey, and More – Hilary Kearney

★★★★★ With so many species of bees, even scientists can have trouble identifying them...they officially listed its genus and species as "bee cute furry face." The above is just one of twenty thousand species of bees that populate our world - bees live on every continent (except Antartica) and play an extraordinary role in the ecosystem. This little book… Continue reading Little Book of Bees: The Fascinating World of Bees, Hives, Honey, and More – Hilary Kearney

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All the Crooked Saints – Maggie Stiefvater

★★ I was looking for a miracle, but I got a story instead, and sometimes those are the same thing. (More like this story needed a miracle). The Soriaa are a family of miracle-workers. People from all-around the world pilgrimage to their little spot of the desert, hoping for a catch-all cure. But what the pilgrims… Continue reading All the Crooked Saints – Maggie Stiefvater