Review #3: Drawing from Memory

by Allen Say Published in 2011 by Scholastic Inc. In short, I LOVED this book! It’s a picture book, soft cover, slightly narrower and shorter than an A4 size. And it’s probably meant to be a read-to-your-child type book. Let me say here that I prefer soft covers because they’re so much easier to handle,Continue reading “Review #3: Drawing from Memory”

Review #2: Snow White

1987 American movie / musical starring Diana Rigg I jumped on this movie because I’d never heard of it before! Diana Rigg was one of my favorite British actresses, especially because of her role in The Avengers –the 1960’s TV series, not the recent Marvel movie. Then, I realized she couldn’t have taken the roleContinue reading “Review #2: Snow White”

Review #1: The Love and Lies of Rukhsana Ali

By Sabina Khan The review claims that this book “will break your heart and then piece it back together”. Right. Let’s see whether it will break mine. I was looking for a BIPOC author and Sabina Khan definitely is one, hailing from Bangladesh ethnically and presently living in the US. This book is categorized asContinue reading “Review #1: The Love and Lies of Rukhsana Ali”