This is a story of seven young women who have had really bad things happen to them. They band together with Myra, an older woman who lost her pregnant daughter to a hit and run driver. This is a story of love and support for each other, but also about revenge. This story deals with the driver who killed Myra’s daughter. While some of it was a little unsettling to me, it is well written and held my interest until the end. There is a book for each of the women and I plan to read them all. I recommend Vendetta.Â Reading level: Adult
What do you get when you cross a student who hates school and a teacher who doesn’t know anything? You find the first book in the “My Weird School” series. Miss Daisy Is Crazy follows the adventures of A.J. a second grade student who hates school. Together he and his friends make a pact to forever hate school, convince their classmates that their teacher Miss Daisy is an imposter, and attempt to buy the school in order to turn it into a video game arcade. If you want a book with lots of laughs you’ve found the right one!!
Reading level Grade 2-3.
Jeff Yeager has been deemed the Ultimate Cheapskate for many reasons including claiming the free meal in a buy one get one free deal and making a doggie bag out of not only his own leftovers, but also everyone else’s at the table. However, in this book Jeff makes some great points.
Â If you are looking for a list of hints to help you SAVE money, this is not a book for you. Instead it concentrates on not spending money in the first place. It emphasizes living within your means and staying at that level instead of raising your standard of living with each pay raise. It gives us hope that we may enjoy our later years without worries over money.
Ideas toÂ reduce spendingÂ are woven into the text.Â For instance, inventory your toiletries closet and make sure you really need an additional bottle of hand lotion, and of course, my favorite, use your public library. It encourages developing hobbies that don’t cost a lot.
This book lauds quality of life over quantity and that isn’t a bad place to be.
Â I really enjoyed this book and would recommend it to others looking to improve their life. It was humorous and informative. A great read! Reading Level: Adult.