Category: Themed Reading List

Check Out These Christmas KidLit Recommendations

Check Out These Christmas KidLit Recommendations

Posted December 22, 2023 by Richetta in Book Themes, Themed Reading List

Here are a few last minute Christmas Kidlit book recommendations while you are still out shopping and the library is still open! I’ve categorized them in case you are looking for something in particular. Merry Christmas! Advent Stories Christmas Carols Soooo How Does Santa… The Night Before Christmas Spreading Christmas Joy The Day After… Older […]

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New Gardening Books for the Creative Spirit

New Gardening Books for the Creative Spirit

Posted April 15, 2023 by Richetta in Book Reviews, Gardening, Themed Reading List

Before I began book blogging, my main hobby was gardening. Over the years I have evolved from a tomato-only small plot gardener to a I’ll-try-almost-any-veggie-once kitchen gardener. I’ve tried square-foot gardening and plant-what-you-want-wherever-you-want gardening. I’ve rotated veggies and I’ve also kept them in the same space and refreshed the soil. It’s a fun hobby that […]

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7 Cookbooks That Celebrate Soul Food

7 Cookbooks That Celebrate Soul Food

Posted February 19, 2023 by Richetta in Book Themes, Themed Reading List

I love soul food! I recently checked out a few soul food cookbooks from the library. So I thought I would put together a quick list of old and new cookbooks by Black chefs. Soul food recipes are steeped in tradition. They include knowledge handed down through generations. As a traditionalist when it comes to […]

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Spooky Book & Scary Movie Pairings

Spooky Book & Scary Movie Pairings

Posted October 14, 2022 by Richetta in Book Themes, Themed Reading List

This year’s spooky book releases lend themselves to some automatic horror flick pairings. Now, don’t get too excited because my scary movie repertoire is extremely small. But here are a few Spooky Book and Scary Movie Pairings to inspire you. The Weight of Blood by Tiffany D. Jackson and Stephen King’s Carrie. The obvious choice. […]

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