Friday Fifteen

Holy cow, it’s Friday! And the first non-holiday week in a little while. Good thing we’ve got fifteen-word reviews to send us out right.

97804864043251. The Invisible Bridge by Julie Orringer
Compelling history of Hungarian Jews during WWII but never really connected with the main characters.

2. Jim Ugly by Sid Fleischman
Don’t remember much about the plot, but I do remember learning the term “pine box.”

3. White Oleander by Janet Fitch
Captivated reading it as a teen, especially about foster care. Would be curious to reread.

4. As You Like It by William Shakespeare
Let’s all go to the forest, dress in drag, and fall in love!

5. Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin
Bright colors and fun narrative that would be at home in a jumping rope game.

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