Rosie is a romantic at heart. Her tastes may be eclectic, ranging from shoujo manga like Fruits Basket to literary classics like Pride and Prejudice, but most of her chosen reads focus on unlikely companions overcoming their differences to build relationships, find community, or fall in love. When she's not holding a book, she can be found gardening, playing music, or high-fiving new friends.
Quirky read with reflection on mother's important role in a child's life. Recommended for children learning new words. Vivid color and a variety of animal species make this book enjoyable.
A silly one for those who love valentines day, minus the "mushy mushy" stuff. The monsters in this book give different opinions on love, but in the end Fran follows his heart and gives his valentine a special gift.
The raw voice Mailhot uses in this memoir is extraordinary. She expresses her emotion so suddenly and vibrantly that it leaves a haunting residue. This memoir shares the triumphs and struggles of a fierce Indigenous woman; from growing on a Canadian reservation to voluntarily admitting herself to a psychiatric clinic, Mailhot weaves a poetic map of her life.
For all you rockers and dreamers out there! This series is a great read to start if you ever feel stuck in a rut, whether it's with your band or your newest flame. This volume introduces two young women both named Nana by happen chance. These two are complete opposites but grow a lasting friendship that share challenges in love, sex, music, job, and family matters.
If you are a fan of the Vampire Knight series, this is the perfect read for you! If you are a fan of vampire love, this is a perfect read for you! In the aftermath of a vampire and human war, fragments of old world memories are told by two vampire children. These are the children of an old vampire named Yuki. Through their storytelling of memories, an ancient vampire turned human is kept company in a desolate world.
With the occasional f-bomb, this mini guide to being a better adult is pretty cut and dry. Rules like "Don't be a dick" and "Love people but not their bullshit" are helpful with those difficult moments in life that we sometimes forget how to navigate. Written by an actual doctor, there will be some counselor lingo, but mainly it is a light read and reminder for us adults.