It’s been a few weeks now since I’ve done one of these posts, so I figured while I was away in NYC, it might be a good time. Let me know what links you like best in the comments!
Books I’m Now Curious to Read:
I found Disclaimer by Renee Knight through a review by Luanne at A Bookworm’s World. Please do read her thoughts and learn more about this intriguing book!
What do you think? Is this something you would like to now read too?
The blog Mundie Moms shared a picture from the new illustrated Harry Potter, coming out this fall.
I personally can’t wait for this book to come out. I’ve seen some of the illustrations already released, and I love them!
Life Anchored shared a really cute Road Trip Survival Kit on their blog. They even share a free printable for the sign so you can make your own kit. I’m not going on any road trips this summer, but I really love this idea for a picnic or going to the pool, etc.
AttaGirl Says has a really fun, easy recipe on how to make Edible Sand Art this summer. This is seriously something I’d like to make for myself and I’m in my twenties. I can’t imagine how excited a younger kid would be to learn about this! She even includes some free printables so you can label your jars and even set up a Sand Art Station.
Gluesticks shares a cute MARVEL Avengers Survival Kit. This would make a super awesome present for any little Avengers fan in your life. What do you think?
And remember: If you visit any of these links, please leave a comment and let them know that I sent you!!
Questions from the Blog:
The following question was from my review of Midwinterblood by Marcus Sedgwick:
I’m curious to know if this is a compilation of short narratives or if
this is an actual plot line that holds a painter, a ghost, a vampire and
a viking all one take!
There is an actual plot line. The book goes back in time, but every part of the story forms one cohesive narrative. So in simple terms – not a book of short stories!