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I'm so excited for the PJO Disney+ adaptation and I couldn't help myself when this tag was created.
I'm rereading the PJO series and Uncle Rick glossed over some details and stories with great potential. This is a list of some of the events in the books that would probably make great short stories.
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All the books I read in April (2020)
Title: Anne Of Avonlea Author: L.M. Montgomery Release Date: October 6 1997 (first published 1909) Genre: Children's Literature, Young Adult Contemporary Synopsis: At sixteen, Anne is grown up...almost. Her gray eyes shine like evening stars, but her red hair is still as peppery as her temper. In the years since she arrived at Green Gables… Continue reading Anne Of Avonlea: Book Review
Delve into my deepest bookish thoughts by reading my answers to these bookish would you rather questions.
My most anticipated books that are set to be release in May 2020 as well as my TBR for May 2020.
So . . . I don't think the Harry Potter Series is all that great. In this confession post I am giving you all the details about how and why I formed this opinion.
Being the middle child has its ups and downsBut for Grace, an only child who was adopted at birth, discovering that she is a middle child is a different ride altogether. After putting her own baby up for adoption, she goes looking for her biological family, includingMaya, her loudmouthed younger bio sister, who has a lot to say about their newfound family ties. Having grown up the snarky brunette in a house full of chipper redheads, she’s quick to search for traces of herself among these not-quite-strangers. And when her adopted family’s long-buried problems begin to explode to the surface, Maya can’t help but wonder where exactly it is that she belongs And Joaquin, their stoic older bio brother, who has no interest in bonding over their shared biological mother. After seventeen years in the foster care system, he’s learned that there are no heroes, and secrets and fears are best kept close to the vest, where they can’t hurt anyone but him.
As soon as Anne Shirley arrives at the snug white farmhouse called Green Gables, she is sure she wants to stay forever . . . but will the Cuthberts send her back to to the orphanage? Anne knows she's not what they expected—a skinny girl with fiery red hair and a temper to match. If only she can convince them to let her stay, she'll try very hard not to keep rushing headlong into scrapes and blurting out the first thing that comes to her mind. Anne is not like anyone else, the Cuthberts agree; she is special—a girl with an enormous imagination. This orphan girl dreams of the day when she can call herself Anne of Green Gables.