A Quarter Life Crisis Girl's Reading List

A Quarter Life Crisis Girl’s Reading List

“Room,” is a stunning book written by Emma Donoghue that will stick with readers long after they have read the final pages. Told through the eyes of a five-year-old little boy named Jack, Room & his Ma the only things he has ever known because he has been held, and was even born in Room, his entire existence. His only glimpses of the outside world are through a skylight above their room and the limited amount of television he has watched through his time there.

Great Reads for Moms: The Top Ten of 2010 Edition

“Room,” is a stunning book written by Emma Donoghue that will stick with readers long after they have read the final pages. Told through the eyes of a five-year-old little boy named Jack, Room & his Ma the only things he has ever known because he has been held, and was even born in Room, his entire existence. His only glimpses of the outside world are through a skylight above their room and the limited amount of television he has watched through his time there.

'Fill your house with stacks of BOOKS...' - Dr. Seuss: Free printable bookmark. by obseussed #Bookmark #Quotation #Dr_Seuss

'Fill your house with stacks of BOOKS...' - Dr. Seuss: Free printable bookmark. by obseussed #Bookmark #Quotation #Dr_Seuss

Yet another great Jodi Picoult book! Mercy questions what true love is and touches on the concept of trust. The book focuses mainly on two couples who seem to have nothing in common. The question is, which of the couples, if any, is a true example of a real relationship?

Yet another great Jodi Picoult book! Mercy questions what true love is and touches on the concept of trust. The book focuses mainly on two couples who seem to have nothing in common. The question is, which of the couples, if any, is a true example of a real relationship?

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