I love to read, but I’m slow at it. A long book takes me a very long time to read. And, with lots of other responsibilities filling my time, sometimes I forget who a character even is when I’m reading a long book. That’s why it’s so nice to come across a short book; I get to enjoy a full story in a reasonable amount of time. Here are three short novels (around 250 or fewer pages) I recently read that touched my heart. They are all short and sweet.
News for April 2018
Give a Girl a Knife, by Amy Thielen"Cities collect culture, but it all begins in the country."
Posted: Apr 7, 2018
Temple Grandin may be the most famous person diagnosed with autism. Grandin has written many books about her experiences and offers reliable advice for others. You can find most of these books at our library.
Posted: Apr 5, 2018
NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity by Steve Silberman It's National Autism Month! Many books have been written about autism—parenting books, autobiographies, skill development, and fiction. NeuroTribes is unique among the throng of books on autism.
Posted: Apr 2, 2018