Let’s Hug and The Unusualasaurases | Book Spotlights & Giveaways

Book Description for Let’s Hug: 15 Hugs for Beginners: There must be over a millions ways to say “I love you” or “I care about you”, but with a single hug, even without words, you can simply feel it. This book is for toddlers, and encourages children and adults alike to try out all possible … More Let’s Hug and The Unusualasaurases | Book Spotlights & Giveaways

Happy Anniversary, iRead Book Tours (Spotlight + Giveaway)

Today Puddletown Reviews is honored to be among a long list of book bloggers celebrating the third anniversary of iRead Book Tours. I’ll share with you some of the history behind iReads, its founder, and its principles. First, About iRead Book Tours: At iRead, we give special attention to every book that tours with us. … More Happy Anniversary, iRead Book Tours (Spotlight + Giveaway)

Wrong Highway by Wendy Gordon | Review

It is 1986. Erica Richards lives in West Meadow, Long Island with their three young boys, newborn baby girl, and successful Wall Street analyst husband. But don’t be fooled by her seemingly placid suburban lifestyle. Erica is fierce, curious, uncompromising and often impulsive. When her teenage nephew Jared rebels against his straight-laced parents Ron and … More Wrong Highway by Wendy Gordon | Review

Connected Underneath by Linda Legters | Review

Madena, upstate New York. Like any other small town, everybody keeps an eye on everybody else’s business without recognizing the secrets that connect them. The wheelchair-bound Celeste conjures up lives from what she sees and thinks she sees while peering through binoculars from her kitchen fan vent. Fifteen-year old Persephone trades sex for tattoo sessions … More Connected Underneath by Linda Legters | Review

Keep You Close by Lucie Whitehouse | Review

When the artist Marianne Glass falls to her death, everyone insists it was a tragic accident. Yet Rowan Winter, once her closest friend, suspects there is more to the story. Ever since she was young, Marianne had paralyzing vertigo. She would never have gone so close to the roof’s edge. Marianne–and the whole Glass family–once … More Keep You Close by Lucie Whitehouse | Review