• Fantasy All-Ages Comic
  • Adorable pet dragons
  • A diverse cast

Pros: This book has beautiful artwork. It is a soothing read, and all the character are supportive of each other. This is a story about friendship and kindness.

Cons: Don’t expect a fast-moving plot or a lot of conflict. This is a very gentle read.
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Anissa Gray’s The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls

I am still dipping my toes into the literally fiction pool, finding what works for me and what doesn’t. Books like The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls by Anissa Gray are definitely my cup of tea.

Althea and Proctor Cochran had been pillars of their economically disadvantaged community for years – with their local restaurant/small market and their charity drives. Until they are found guilty of fraud for stealing and keeping most of the money they raised and sent to jail. Now disgraced, their entire family is suffering the consequences, specially their twin teenage daughters Baby Vi and Kim.  To complicate matters even more: Kim was actually the one to call the police on her parents after yet another fight with her mother.





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Currently reading “I was Told it Would get Easier” by Abbi Waxman, thus far I love it! I have not been able to put it down because it is such a light hearted yet impactful novel. It is about a successful lawyer who works at a prestige law firm in Los Angeles, California. The book is her uphill battle of raising her teenage daughter. It is quite comical so if you like books about real life or easy going topics this one is a must.


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