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Curling up with a good book is a favourite year-round pursuit: in front of a blazing fire in January, in the park under a warm May sun, in a hammock lake-side in July or with coffee on the back porch overlooking brilliant fall foliage.

ChickAdvisor members love light reads like the wildly popular Shopaholic series by Sophie Kinsella or the more introspective romances of Emily GiffinHe's Not That Into You gives us food for thought, and Stephenie Meyer's Twilight series is a guilty little pleasure.

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Chicken Soup Random Acts of Kindness

1 review

I picked up this book for my daughter as a surprise to put in her carry on for a trip. She's very much into social causes and I thought this would keep her engaged during a long flight. I ended up reading it before her trip...picked it up and couldn't put it down! Lots of...
The Reframe: Reframe Relationships

1 review

This book is both very technical and logical. As a woman, I found it to actually be beneficial with respect to general self confidence for not only dating, but for making friends and just being socially unawkward. There are also sections on health and working out, and even...
Elmos's Potty Book

1 review

Since my 17 month old daughter loves being read to and even sitting on her on flipping through the pages of books why not get her this book to motivate her to use the potty. This is a really great book with colorful illustration's that really hold your toddler's attention. On...
Rick Steves Backpack though Europe

1 review

Our Rick Steve's Backpack thought out Europe just arrived. We Love to travel and ordered this book. He has a great PBS show he puts on TV. He is a fountain of information and we are now looking forward to heading to Europe this late summer :)
Zodiac Romina Russell

1 review

This book has everything you would want in a sci-fi novel! The destiny, drama, passion, love triangle, the futuristic lingo and an AMAZING storyline to it! Romina Russell is an amazing author and I cannot wait to read the rest of her Zodiac novels!
Franklin Book Collection

12 reviews

I remember reading these as a child and really enjoying them. They are classics, in my opinion, and I will definitely pass them on to my kids. There are a large number of books in the collection, each one containing a valuable lesson or insight into a topic. The images are...
Japanese Hiragana & Katakana for Beginners

1 review

Very helpful for self-directed study or for more practice outside of the classroom. The pictures used to associate each symbol/sound are very cute or "kawaii" and really do help you remember the symbols better. The CD that is included has the pages where you can print your own...
The black book of Hollywood Beauty Secrets

1 review

This book is fantastic. It written with class and sass, along with a ton of easy tips and tricks. I borrowed it along with a dozen other beauty books from the local library as I am thinking of enrolling in Makeup artistry, I want to read up on the trends and see if this is...
Angels & Manifesting

1 review

I recently discovered this psychic who is the author of many books, Laura Powers. In 2 weeks I flew through 4 of her books and Angels & Manifesting was one of my favs, although I am loving them all. I love learning about angels and how to invite them to help with your life.
InStyle Magazine

3 reviews

I’ve had this magazine subscription forever!! What I love most about it is that it’s not based around celebrities and what products they are pushing to sell. These are real people telling you what works for them!! They have a lot of style advice as well as tons of perfume...
Alternative Health Therapies by Denise Whichello Brown & Sandra White

1 review

The Alternative Health Therapies Book I have enjoyed for years. It is a book Complete Guide to Massage, Aromatherapy and Reflexology. An Introduction to the holistic art of aromatherapy, which combines essential oils with healing massage. A directory explains how each essential...
More than you know by Nan Rossiter

1 review

I really enjoyed this book! It was a nice light read that actually had a well detailed and thought out plot. I like that the author puts twists and turns in the stories that are easy to relate to and realistic so that readers can see themselves in the characters. This book is...
The A to Z of You and Me by James Hannah

1 review

Full Disclosure: I received this book through NetGalley, to read and review, before publication. However the book was published before I finished reading it. This book was a rollercoaster of emotions. Ups and downs. Highs and lows. Just like real life. Ivo is a 40 year old...
Alice by Christina Henry

1 review

Love the idea, but I just found this a little bit of a juvenile read for me. I usually enjoy teen or young adult books as well, despite being firmly in the 'adult' category, but I found myself having to force my way through this one. Fairy story retellings or reimaginings...
Scorpion Book by Cindy Stone

1 review

The Scorpion Book by Cindy Stone is an exciting novel. A story about mystery, romance and spiritual connection. Thrilling to the extent my surroundings disappeared. I was so indulged chapter to chapter. Well written that took me on an adventure. I could not put this Scorpion...
Dorothy Must Die Series

1 review

When I was a kid, my favourite movie was The Wizard of Oz. So when I saw this book series, I knew I had to have it! It's not your original story of Oz, roles are flipped. This book series drew me in!!! I became obsessed and couldn't put any of these down. The story is so...
everybody writes

1 review

Great Book!!!! Even if you're not a writer, it will explain to you that you dont have to be! It gives you the fundimental tools of writing, what works and what doesnt and you take it from there.
Maangchi's Real Korean Cooking: Authentic Dishes for the Home Cook

1 review

After living in Korea for 4 years I fell in love with the food (actually it only took a couples months) and now I crave my favorite dishes constantly. At first I tried going to Korean restaurants, but they were often expensive and there are many dishes that I just couldn't find...
raising ryland

1 review

This is one of those books that I could not put down. it is about a transgender child and the whole family and friends that help this child become his true self. It is based on a true story. It is so good and what an amazing family
Macbeth

8 reviews

The Bards best work. Interesting and easy to follow. No romantic nonsense, can't stand romance. I liked it even better the second time I read it, the older style of english takes a bit of getting used to.