The Lady Janies are back with another clever spin on history. This time, it’s the story of Mary, Queen of Scots, who was sent to the French court at the age of five and engaged to Francis, the dauphin.
This adorable picture book tells the story of the blending of two households of furry friends when a man and woman move in together.
Don’t be fooled by the winsome illustrations of squashes in this book, the messages inside are profound.
A finalist for the Booker Prize, this beautifully written, debut novel tells the story of Wallace, a black gay biochemistry graduate student questioning his future at an unnamed Midwestern university, with impressive emotional delicacy.
This book is a pirate lovers’ treasure trove of information.
This is a sweet story that had me both laughing and crying. Terminally ill Lenni Petterson is 17 and heart patient Margot Macrae is 83.
This cookbook features fresh plant-forward food that draws from the author’s Chinese background as well as her time in Australia and Brooklyn, the best sort of home cooking!
This engaging family drama/beach read centers on beloved morning news anchor, Peyton; her bored stay-at-home-mom sister, Skye; and her creative 17 year old daughter, Max, characters who are multi-dimensional and very human.