The Reading Momster

Daddy-Long-Legs by Jean Webster

Reading is a pleasure, ain’t it! And it is more interesting when you discover a book out of the blue and it turns out to be a masterpiece! One of the many reasons why I LOVE the blogging world, is because ” you find books everyday, out of the blue”. So there I was hopping around my Google Reader from blog to blog, reading what had been going on in each of my friends reading lives, when I chanced upon a review of a book named Daddy-Long-Legs (and Dear Enemy)

Heidi by Johanna Spyri

Heidi by Johanna Spyri Published in 1880 Hardcover, 288 pages 5 on 5! From GoodReads.com, What happens when a little orphan girl is forced to live with her cold and frightening grandfather? The heartwarming answer has engaged children for more than a century, both on the page and on the screen. Johanna Spyri’s beloved story offers youngsters an endearing and intelligent heroine, a cast of unique and memorable characters, and a fascinating portrait of a small Alpine village. I cannot believe that I never knew about this book when I

The Piligrims by Mark Shelley

The Pilgrims By Mark Shelley Published August 13th 2008 by Hesperus Press Ltd Paperback, 112 pages 4 on 5! From GoodReads.com,  In the title story, a knight living alone in his isolated mountain fortress shows hospitality toward two pilgrims who appear from the mountains seeking shelter. Entreated to tell them of his sorrow, the knight unburdens himself and relates a tragic tale of love and loss. Resigned to the bitter fate that life has dealt him, the knight is unaware of the true nature of the two young people’s pilgrimage,

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

A Christmas CarolCharles Dickens93 Pages Well, what should I say about this wonderful book?! That I absolutely loved it.. will be the use of the same boring words over and over again 🙂I remember Little Veens had this as one of her chapters in her school classes. Big Veens had totally forgotten about it :)! She was reminded of it by her lovely friend Bethany 🙂I picked up the eBook to read, and was so Surprised to remember Scrooge 🙂 ! As I was browsing I found a lovely audio

The Little Prince by Antonie de Saint-Exupery

The Little Prince is my first graphic novel, which I picked up because I found a free eBook. I have read a graphic short story and loved it, and so I thought I would love this too.As it started off, I thought it was for kids, but then it being in the 1001 list of books, kept me moving forward[ mind you, i am talking about the first page here 😀 ]. I was pleasantly surprised when I read this sentence, I drew the inside of the boaconstrictor, so that

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