Date: July 2017



In Vino Duplicitas

July 31, 2017 |
  In Vino Duplicitas is the tale of perhaps the most extraordinary wine forger in history. Rudy Kurniawan burst onto the ultrafine wine scene in 2002. With a discerning palate and a knack for tracking Keep Reading »

Meddling Kids: The Scooby Gang Grows Up?

July 27, 2017 |
Meddling Kids by Edgar Cantero Meddling Kids is a nostalgic, subversive, and adult play on teen detective archetypes like the Hardy Boys, Nancy Drew, & Scooby-Doo, and it delivers an offbeat, entertaining celebration of horror Keep Reading »

A Dog in the Cave: the Wolves Who Made Us Human by Kay Frydenborg

VOYA Reviews 2017 February This book explores the history and origins of the human relationship to and with man’s best friend. It also looks at how that relationship shaped and was shaped by the evolution Keep Reading »

Ready player one: Read it before you watch it!

July 26, 2017 |
READY PLAYER ONE by Ernest Cline In 2045, the real world is a bleak place.  Climate change has caused a global energy crisis.  Poverty, famine, disease, and wars plague every continent.  So who can blame Keep Reading »

Esther the Wonder Pig or how big is your love for a pet?!

July 17, 2017 |
Esther the Wonder Pig: Changing the World One Heart at a Time If a friend brought you an adorable, tiny little micro piglet and asked you to take care of it, could you refuse? It’s Keep Reading »

Construction Zone

From New York Times bestselling author-illustrator of the Llama Llama books comes a new character ready to dig his way into your heart! Here come the BIG RIGS rolling down the street. Thumpa-thumpa bumpa-bumpa BEEP! Keep Reading »

5-Gallon Bucket Book

July 6, 2017 |
I’m not normally a big DIY kind of person, but this title piqued my attention. I suppose that is because I am now in possession of several empty five gallon buckets after a home improvement Keep Reading »

Dorothy Must Die

July 5, 2017 |
Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige Dirt-poor “Salvation Amy” Gumm lives in a trailer park, effectively parenting her alcoholic mom (her dad ran off years ago), who seems to care more about her pet rat, Keep Reading »

Homing Instincts: Early Motherhood on a Midwestern Farm

July 3, 2017 |
“Adulthood, it seems to me, is about narrowing,” Sarah Menkedick wrote in Homing Instincts. After a decade of avoiding the narrow path with travel and exploration covering South America, Reunion Island, Europe and Mongolia, Menkedick Keep Reading »