Those coming through as part of this week's Blog Hop, welcome to
This week, we have been asked to direct you to a favorite post or review that we have written in the past three months. I'm definitely going to cheat here and post a few links. Feel free to visit any that strike your fancy.
"Attention Bookish Public": We are looking for some more reviewers here at The Blue Bookcase! This post details the kind of person we are looking for. Please go check it out, and shoot us an email if you are interested in joining our little team!
So far we've featured some guest reviews from a few girls who have shown interest in writing for our site, and we're looking for feedback to help us decide which ones to keep as regular reviewers! Please visit their reviews and let us know what you think:
Kara's review of The Girl With the Dragoon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson
& Meagan's review of A Countess Below Stairs by Eva Ibbotson
... and more guest reviews to come these next few weeks!
Here are few other favorite reviews we have posted within the last three months:
Blood Meridian by Cormac McCarthy (reviewed by me, Ingrid)
I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou (reviewed by Connie)
Flipped by Wendlin Van Draanen (reviewed by Leisl)
And lastly but most importantly, it's Connie's birthday on Saturday!! If it weren't for Connie this site would not exist ... everyone wish her a happy birthday!
Tahitian Women on the Beach (1891) via Reviewed by Ingrid Published : 1901 It's about : This journal/memoir by painter Paul G...
via Reviewed by Ingrid Published :1982 It's about : This book is made up of letters written by a young black girl named Cel...
Reviewed by Liesl Published : 2004 It's about : (Hi, Amazon - thanks, Amazon) Marji tells of her life in Iran from the age of 10,...
In 1812, by Illarion Pryashnikov, via Reviewed by Susanna Allred Published : 1991 It's about : The Diary of a Napoleonic Foot ...
Julio Cortazar, via Reviewed by Susanna Published : 1963 in Spanish, translated into English in 1966 It's about : Horacio O...
Wallace Stegner, via Reviewed by Susanna Allred Published : 1971 It's about : In the spring of 1970, historian Lyman Ward beg...
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