Shelf Life Blog
Whether you’re a newcomer or a born-here, fall weekends are the perfect time to explore this beautiful, charming state. Short road trips can take you from the mountains to the beach and lots of points in between. Grab Michaela Gaaserud’s Moon Handbook for Virginia, Including Washington DC to find the perfect destination for you.
"Me Want Pet!" Cave Boy grunts to his family. Sure, he has rocks, sticks, and a club, but all of those possessions pale in comparison to companionship!
Cave Boy starts looking everywhere for potential pets, and he finds some strong contenders. A woolly mammoth follows him home one day, but he's too big to comfortably fit in the cave with everyone else!
Looking for new ideas for weeknight dinners? Check out Weeknight Wonders: Delicious Healthy dinners in 30 Minutes or Less, by Ellie Krieger.
Grave Sight, by Charlaine Harris, is an unusual and inventive twist on the classic genre of whodunit mysteries. The story follows Harper Connelly, a woman who has developed a unique ability after being struck by lightning as a child. Now, no matter where the bodies are, how old they are, or how well they are hidden, Harper can find them—and see how they died.
The Girl Who Was Supposed to Die wakes up and has no idea who she is. Two men stand over her in a ransacked cabin, one instructing the other to "Take her out and finish her off."
How to Wash a Woolly Mammoth is Michele Robinson's cute and comical step-by-step guide on how to clean this hairy beast. You thought giving your dog a bath was tough? Get ready for a mammoth-sized mess!
I don't usually choose to read romances, but the setting for Jessica Brockmole's debut novel, Letters from Skye, interested me. It is a true "old-fashioned love story," told in alternating chapters through letters written during World War I and World War II.
The old sign said, "NO SW MM NG," but Davey just wanted to dip his feet in. He had no idea that he would soon be Surrounded by Sharks!