Grow Up

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl  by Jesse Andrews The title reminds me of me and you and a dog named poo and what happens next is can’t stop to sing this out. I guess it is not odd to behave this way, though. This book is transferred to a movie. Both the living […]

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Prosopagnosia

Holding Up the Universe  by Jennifer Niven Audio book read by Jorjeana Marie & Robbie Daymond It make so much sense when one knows prosopagnosia and then comes back to the cover. Sometimes two people just meet each other and then both of their worlds changed .

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Nurture Shock

NurtureShock – New Thinking About Children  by Po Bronson Audiobook read by Ashley Merryman It feels more astonished than relieved to realize that so many ideas and long-held”scientific methods” that make sense logically may be wrong. So many ways we beloved and believed to be good for the little humans may be not helpful but even harmful. It […]

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Reflections

Still Foolin’ ‘Em – Where I’ve Been, Where I’m Going, and Where the Hell Are My Keys?  by Billy Crystal Audio book read by the author Growing old is annoying and terrifying as ever, for celebrities,and for minorities minority celebrities.

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Alienated

The Metamorphosis  by Franz Kafka Audiobook read by Ralph Cosham The bizarre story seems to be both a reality and a predicament of socially vulnerable groups. Only it tried and succeed in indicating the painful process how a man can easily fall into an alienated group, to become a creature referred to as “it”. How absurd […]

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A Sad Sweet Song

The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane  by Kate DiCamillo This little book is honestly a surprise. I thought it’s just a fantacy adventure of a toy for kids, yet it turned out as a  marvelous half life of Edward, the rabbit who hates to be referred as “it”. His life was a quite bitter one. He encountered […]

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