Sigh. It’s back-to-school time. Back to real life. Back to homework, social distancing, schedules. Take a break, put your feet up and check out some of these novels that can’t help but ease those back-to-school blues.
Denver Public Library’s Summer of Adventure is not just about sitting around reading books all summer (though, I, for one, think that sounds pretty spectacular). It’s about exploring the world, finding new things that spark your imagination and building curiosity that will keep you learning about things you love.
Spending so much time at home has changed the way many of us read. Comfort reads are sometimes the order of the day and I have been rereading some of my favorite children’s books from the past as a way to recapture some of those feelings. So let me ask you: what were you reading in 2015?
The weather’s cold, it’s dark outside and you have a hankering for something warm and tasty. These cookbooks will help you whip up some deliciousness to brighten your winter days.
Sweet Revenge: Passive-Aggressive Desserts for Your Exes & Enemies by Heather Kim. Filled with recipes like What a Piece of Sheet Cake or Every Day I Regret Us S’More, this snarky and sarcastic cookbook will add a lot of sweetness to that bitter break-up.