One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest is one of literature’s modern masterpieces. Take the time to read the letter that the author Ken Kesey wrote to five friends after the death of his 20 year-old son.
for her adorable model of her perfect place to read.
for her wonderful story ‘Reading in the Sky’
for her imaginative artwork of reading in a beautiful park filled with birds.
The most borrowed fiction book in our library over the last year was ‘The summer I turned pretty’ by Jenny Han. Below is a recommendation from Aly on Goodreads which gives you some idea of how good it is!
“It’s one of those books that guarantee’s you butterflies and giggles.
Every summer Belly visits cousins Beach with her mother and brother. There they meet up with Susannah (her mothers best friend) and her two boy’s, Conrad and Jeremiah. Belly has always loved Conrad. But she has always been able to rely on Jer. He’s the safety net, the sweet, uncomplicated best friend type-of-guy. But this summer promises to be different. You see, Belly’s all grown up and both boys can no longer ignore the obvious. Belly’s turning into a woman, a pretty woman.
So it’s not all that deep. But dammit I can’t forget how it made me feel the first time I read it. Hardcore butterflies. A book hasn’t made me feel like that in a long time. And even now when I read a line or two involving Conrad being his usual cool self. Dude, I swoon.”