,,Cartea memoriei " este una dintre cartile care te fac sa realizezi cat de importanta este viata si sa te bucuri de fiecare moment trait . Iubirea fiind predominanta in aceasta lectura , te tine in suspans la fiecare paragraf citit. Totusi , este prezenta si drama care te face sa realizezi importanta personajelor.
Q: Care este editura voastra preferata?🌸
[Werbung] #unbezahlt Meister Atami und der kleine Mönch von Da Chen
Hat von euch schon jemand das Buch gelesen?
»Der künftige Kaiser von China wird fünf schwarze Muttermale auf jeder Fußsohle tragen und alle fünfhundert Jahre in sein heiliges Land herabsteigen.« So steht es in den Schriften, und nur der elfjährige Waisenjunge Luka erfüllt diese Voraussetzung. Um den grausamen Besatzern des Reichs der Mitte, den Mogo-Invasoren, nicht in die Hände zu fallen, muß Luka seine Identität um jeden Preis geheimhalten. Seit er denken kann, ist der weise Bettelmönch Atami sein Ziehvater. Der wacht über Luka und hofft, daß sich die Weissagung eines Tages erfüllen wird. Auch in der uralten Kunst des Kung Fu unterweist er den künftigen Rächer seines Volkes. Als Atami von den gnadenlosen Feinden gefangengenommen wird, geht Luka seinen Weg allein weiter. Bevor er den Drachenthron für sich beanspruchen kann, fordern zahllose tödliche Gefahren seinen Mut und seine Klugheit heraus... #meisteratami#derkleinemönch#dachen#piper#meisteratamiundderkleinemönch#bookstagram#instabooks#lovetoread#book#books#buch#bücher#readystock#nasemeis#readstagram#bücherliebe#welovereading#bookaddict
If there were a book about Double Green, I would certainly jump on it. Little boy loves green and preferred toys that are green. Thankfully he isn't as obsessed as the character in this book.
Double Pink by Kate Feiffer and illustrated by Bruce Ingman describes a little girl who has extreme obsession with pink and wished the world is pink.
We may favour some colours over others at times but we can't deny that a combination of colours make the world beautiful. I would like to take away from this book that diversity completes the world.
Is your little one too obsessed with certain things? This book may be a nice read for them 😊
~ A book about understanding obsession
Hapoy Wednesday! I'm about a quarter of the way through Red Sparrow at the moment, I'm really enjoying it although it took me a few days to really get into it. Sadly I can't sit in bed reading all day, but at least I can read on my commute 🚂
A book, a cup of tea & a rainy day ❤️ I wish there were more rainy days, I hate summer and heat 😭 I started reading The Dark Knight by @livedathousandlives_books and so far I like it a lot! 😍 I hate how little I'm reading lately 😭 Life got so busy but I'm going to find more time to read again 📖 Let me know what you're reading! 😊
Happy Wednesday! I can’t believe it’s only Wednesday - feels like it should be later in the week already 🤦♀️😂🤷♀️
“Where’s Finn?” I break in.
“Washing his hands, of course,” Gabe says. “It may be decades.”
I feel weird about that rather free admittance of Finn’s foibles, though I’ve always thought it was something private, something only Connollys knew about. Gabe didn’t say it like he was making fun of Finn, but it feels like it.
-Maggie Stiefvater, “The Scorpio Races”
#allthebooksjune18 : fave diverse character
#iamsweetjune : title that starts with S
I know there are better and larger characters to represent diversity for this prompt but this was my first thought because of the precious cinnamon roll that is Finn Connolly!
Finn clearly has OCD (even though it’s never outright stated as that) and for me personally, it’s so wonderful to see it so well represented with Finn! Even though my OCD differs from Finn’s, it felt like a piece I didn’t know was missing was given back to me when I read about Finn’s struggles. We all know how important diversity is, but the weight of the importance doesn’t register the same way until you see something of yourself in a character - especially when you may not have realized that you craved that representation. It’s incredibly eye opening and, at the same time, relieving. So even though I’m still lacking some support in my real life, I know that I at least have Finn for comfort and I know some days that will be enough.
I just want you all to know that if you struggle with OCD, or any other kind of mental illness (diagnosed or not), and you don’t have someone to talk to or feel like no one understands, my DM’s are always open to you to talk. Your struggles are valid and I am more than happy for remind you of you need it! 😘🖤🖤
I'm going to try my best with this one as I didn't make notes while reading this and gave it back to the libary so can't even read it again or put illustrators info.
This book is basically the title finding the last piece of Bridget heart. Bridget is a Journalist who writes a relationship blog about meeting ex boyfriends and asking them for a piece of her heart back and hoping to turn it into a book. But her agent is not likeing the idea. She's asked to finish off an incomplete sequal for Nicole a writer who has died. If it goes well she can write her book. She relocates to cornwall to meet Nicole's husband Charlie and daughter Hope. She reads her notes for the book diaries and tries her best to get inside nicole's head to write the book she would have wanted. As time goes on Bridget and Charlie become close and she helps to look after Hope. But it's not always easy as the family is still grieving. The more you read about the characters the more you will fall in love and find it difficult to put down. But will Bridget write her book in the end? This is the first writer type of story I read and I need to find more because I'm in love ❤
Author - Paige Toon
Published - Simon & Schuster UK