This book doesn't need to exist.
We are in the kitchen. Margot is at the table on her computer; I am sitting next to her, rolling cookie dough into balls and dropping them in cinnamon and sugar. Snickerdoodles to get back in Kitty's good graces.
Bookish gifts to buy this holiday season.
The small changes drastically altered the execution of the story, decreasing my overall enjoyment.
"You look like a farm girl," Kitty says with a touch of meanness.
To the outside world, Aza is a lunatic, self-centered, and useless, but slipping into her tornado of a mind helps readers empathized with those diagnosed with OCD.
After purging about twenty contemporaries from my TBR I think it's time to explore some new genres.
Sara Crewe exhibits the most important form of strength: perseverance through adversity. That strength alone makes her the best child character I have ever read about so far.
Required Reading: we all hate it.