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11 easy steps to organize a birthday party in Mexico

  2.   Science Fiction
  3. Sunday, 16 February 2020
Choose a theme – the munchkin says, “We’re at the beach so ocean theme.” Google party cakes and find one that fits your theme.Download the picture to your phone.Visit the bakery and show them the picture. “I can do the icing,” says the young baker, “but not the starfish or the seahorse. My mother co...

The Color of Lightning – Paulette Jiles

  2.   Science Fiction
  3. Sunday, 09 February 2020
Jiles’ story telling almost sparse yet vivid, her world building so strong she had me searching maps to locate and trace the travels of Britt, the Kiowa, the Comanche.The harrowing experiences of the captives, the harsh life of the Indians heartbreaking and mesmerizing with this masterpiece. The bum...

Ratoncito Perez – Mexican Tooth Mouse

  2.   Science Fiction
  3. Sunday, 02 February 2020
The munchkin had to have a baby tooth pulled. This is what the dentist gave her.  Wikipedia:El Ratoncito Pérez or Ratón Pérez (literally translated into English as Perez mouse or Perez the Mouse) is a figure popular in Spanish and Hispanic American cultures, similar to the tooth fairy, originating i...

The Lighthouse Keeper’s Daughter – Hazel Gaynor

  2.   Science Fiction
  3. Sunday, 26 January 2020
 I like historical fiction especially when the novel is about a little known individual. In “The Lighthouse Keeper’s Daughter” we meet Grace Darling, who helps to rescue the survivors of a shipwreck and bring them the lighthouse. Her courageous actions turn her life upside down. But more profound ar...

The Fountains of Silence – Ruta Sepetys

  2.   Science Fiction
  3. Sunday, 19 January 2020
I have vague memories of hearing about the Spanish Civil War and Hemmingway, but it wasn’t until I read Domingo’s Angel by Jenny Twist, that I had some understanding of what really happened.In Twist’s novel, a tall, thin, pale English girl wanders into a remote Spanish mountain village, meets a youn...

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