Review: How to Grow a Baby and Push it Out by Clemmie Hooper

Review: How to Grow a Baby and Push it Out by Clemmie Hooper

I love kids. I have always taken care of them, I was an au pair for a few years and studied to be a teacher for a while (they didn't want in the end, alas!) but the thought of being pregnant and pushing kid's out of me absolutely TERRIFIES me. Have you ever seen those [...]

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Review: Stories for boys who dare to be different by ben brooks

Review: Stories for boys who dare to be different by ben brooks

There's a really big trend on children's history books, and especially on women. I absolutely love it and own and have read most of them all ready! But then this book came along. It's about men and written for boys so at first I was skeptical: "Hm, finally there's something for girls and men have [...]

Review: the Pug who bit Napoleon animal tales of the 18th & 19th centuries by Mimi Matthews

Review: the Pug who bit Napoleon animal tales of the 18th & 19th centuries by Mimi Matthews

How can you read this title and NOT want to read this book? I love most animals, I'm also afraid of a lot, but who doesn't like a good animal story! From elaborate Victorian cat funerals to a Regency era pony who took a ride in a hot air balloon, Mimi Matthews shares some of [...]

Review: Vintage Secrets Hollywood Diet and Fitness by Laura Slater

Review: Vintage Secrets Hollywood Diet and Fitness by Laura Slater

As you probably noticed, I love history, I love Hollywood's Golden Era, I like reading and I like learning something new. I read Laura Slater's other book, Vintage Secrets Hollywood  Beauty, and was so excited about that one, I got the next one in the series too! Raw food? That’s so last century! Pilates? They’ve [...]