"The dialogue in The Night of the Long Knives is particularly strong, making each of the characters into people that readers can relate to, at least in some significant, deep fashion. Leiber’s words remain compelling and still relevant to our hearts over half a century after they were written." See full review at: http://bit.ly/29U80xn
"An excellent reference book, and a must read for any knitter who wants to know about the history and craft of #knitting. I highly recommend it. It is truly educational." See full review at: http://bit.ly/2cCFsvz
"I have an eleven-year old daughter. I would love to believe that there’s a sliver of hope for her generation. Mind you, I don’t think that the world is going to end. But I do believe that we’re in the midst of a sixth planet-wide extinction event..."
"My First Knitting Book could definitely be that book. It's not too big to carry around and it has everything the new knitter needs to know. The pictures are clear, as are the accompanying instructions. Not only that, but Hildegarde Deuzo, the author, has included some easy projects." See full review at: http://bit.ly/29BneYU
"Originally published over 76 years ago, about events of almost 90 years ago, it is still sadly relevant. I would recommend it for that reason and for its short and well-told story. Also, I liked the art a lot. The classic linocut style appeals to me, and it is effective and evocative when telling its story." #graphicnovel See full review at: http://bit.ly/2cZGqml
"Tight, clever, and sometimes ironic, the characters are driven by compulsions from which they shed or regain their humanity. Read within their historical, literary or theatrical context makes them even more enjoyable. Vive la Pousette!" See full review at: http://bit.ly/1Nx1NbF
"A wonderful book for young kids who love to figure things out on their own. The picture puzzles for kids contain actual kids, and the changed pictures are photoshopped with the differences. Kids ages 6 to 9 are the perfect ages for this book." See full review at: http://bit.ly/1QkDYzA#SpotTheDifference