The Book of Not Entirely Useful Advice by A.F. Harrold | Book Review

"Don't put mustard on dogs, no matter how hot they look, unless you know the dog very well beforehand."
Packed with silly rhymes and witty wordplay, A.F. Harrold's poetry is positively bursting with fun--and advice. But it's not always the most useful...
Guaranteed to have readers bursting with laughter, these poems, both silly and poignant, are perfect for curious readers, poets, and cabbages everywhere!

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Dearest George By Alicia Souza | Book Review

Alicia Souza needed to make a marriage announcement without having a big, fancy wedding. So a few months after the legal documents were signed making her and her husband George government-approved official, she upgraded her annual-ish update of drawings into a book, which surprised George, too. Dearest George is her way of getting back at her husband, for being awkward about PDA, by taking all her love notes public.

The L-Word by Aastha Atray Banan | Book Review

Love can be many things - sometimes intimidating, frustrating, and often exhilarating. The L-Word is about modern love: from ghosting, polyamory, love in the times of social media to more every-day problems like dealing with heartbreak, infidelity and getting out of toxic relationships. This book tells you how to make sense of it all.

Written in the Stars by Divya Anand | Book Review

When all efforts to land her that elusive promotion fail, Sitara decides to use the new marketing head's obsession with his horoscope to her advantage. Except, she is so focused on the career section of his horoscope that she doesn't pay attention to the personal section. Hilarity ensues when the star-crossed signals result in him pursuing Sitara romantically. Faced with choosing what she really wants, she must chart her own course even if what she has in mind may not be what the stars ordained.

Why is My Hair Curly? by Lakshmi Iyer | Book Review

Ten-year-old Avantika is at a loss when it comes to managing her thick curls but she's not ready to cut them either, as her mother suggests. If only she had smooth straight hair like her amma, appa, and little brother, Avnish. Adopted as a little girl, Avantika wonders if her birth mother had the same curly hair. Maybe she would know how to manage it. A cheery story that explores adoption and genetics and gives young readers the courage to embrace their uniqueness.

Sweet Sweet Revenge Ltd. by Jonas Jonasson | Book Review

The lives of two men - Ole Mbatian and Victor - living over ten thousand kilometers apart, one in a valley in Maasai Mara and the other in a suburb in Stockholm, get entwined in the strangest way possible. And this life changing connection comes about through the profit seeking pursuits of Hugo Hamlin who just happens to be in the business of extracting revenge on his clients' behalf.

Excess Baggage by Richa S. Mukherjee | Book Review

Anviksha Punjabi is only 30 and is already signing off on divorce number two, barely keeping any friends, and getting into trouble at work. And, if that weren't enough, she must put up with her gregarious, over-bearing, sixty-seven-year-old mother as a housemate. Deciding she needs to take a soul-searching-solo-trip across Europe, she can only watch as her mother blackmails her way into tagging along. Will they survive this trip or end up killing each other somewhere along the way?