Time for a Wednesday afternoon break! In the second half of Becoming by Michelle Obama, the focus of her memoir shifts to life in politics. For Michelle, Barack’s Senate campaign could have been his last. As she signed off on another campaign after Barack’s unsuccessful run for U.S. House, she
The start of a new week and a new book accompanied by a beautiful sunrise! In honor of President’s Day, we are using this opportunity to focus on the First Lady of the United States. Specifically, Michelle Obama and Laura Bush, our First Ladies for the first 16 years of
It’s Saturday and cold, nothing like a book and a special Fort Worth spot to warm up! Between The World And Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates is a remarkable document of authentic reflection. In the second half, Coates talks about the impact of becoming a father. The realization that his life
It’s Friday, and we are in for another cool weekend. Before it gets too cold, time to head to a park for a new book and sunset! Between The World And Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates is an impassioned, informative, and insightful book about a father attempting to help his son
A special treat for the middle of the week! In Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston, Janie continues her life as a Mayor’s wife. Her husband Joe Starks cemented himself as the leader of Eatonville, Florida and has certain expectations for Janie. Life becomes a routine and on
It is a cool Monday morning after a weekend of rain and cold. Thankfully the weather permits an opportunity to start a new book at a new park! Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston is a story about a woman’s journey for her identity. Janie, our protagonist, begins
The first Saturday in February is Take Your Child To The Library Day! The 8th annual event took place across the country in libraries including Fort Worth! In the second half of Life of Pi by Yann Martel, our story resides in the Pacific Ocean with one boy, one boat,
It’s the First Friday in February! New month, new book! Life of Pi by Yann Martel immediately grabs your interest as an author writes about his journey to find his next story. In India, he encounters a man that has a story that will make you believe in God. The
Time for a midweek reading break! In the second half of Where’d You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple we arrive at the point in the story where Bernadette goes missing. The hunt is on with her daughter Bee working the hardest to find out the truth behind Bernadette’s disappearance. As
Our final Monday and book of January 2019! Where’d You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple is a witty, hilarious, and fun book. The quirky and brilliant storytelling style is one of the many highlights of this book. The story unravels through different documents and correspondence. E-mails between various characters, magazine