A Court of Wings and Ruin (A Court of Thorns and Roses, #3) by Sarah J. Maas
I have no words.
Read: May 5th-15th 2017
World Mythology in Bite-Size Chunks by Mark Daniels
I received this with my May FairyLoot order and it was a lovely little ‘in-between’ book. As it was just over two hundred pages it was a fast read, with Daniels dipping into a variety of myths and creation stories from cultures around the world. Although it is by no means an in-depth study, I imagine it would be a nice starting point for people interested in world mythologies, or younger readers wanting an introduction to ancient cultures and their beliefs.
Read: May 20th-21st 2017
Belle’s Library by Walt Disney Company
This is such a simple and lovely concept. Belle’s Library features a list of books that would feature in Belle’s library, complete with quotes and musings from Belle. They all promote the idea of equality and kindness, that we are all one collective human race and should treat people well, which is such an important message to send out and something that many still struggle with. I think this would be a wonderful addition to any library, and I imagine that the forward by Linda Woolverton will be an inspiration to youngsters everywhere.
Read: May 25th 2017