Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone! It’s also my birthday, so here are some birthday-ish book reviews.
1. Happy Birthday, Felicity! (American Girls: Felicity, #4) by Valerie Tripp
Felicity gets a guitar, joins the revolution, basically becomes a 90s teen.
2. Our Town by Thornton Wilder
The third act includes the most moving birthday scene ever. All the feels.
3. The Berenstain Bears’ New Baby by Stan and Jan Berenstain
As a younger sister, I really enjoyed the story of Sister Bear.
4. Atonement by Ian McEwan
For Briony’s birthday, she wants to make amends for ruining people’s lives.
5. The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook by Deb Perelman
Not birthday themed, but I will be using this to bake for my birthday brunch!
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happy birthday, girl! I will bake a Smitten Kitchen recipe in your honor (seriously, I loooove her book!)
Thanks lovely! (Also, how is Deb so amazing? Everything I’ve made from Smitten Kitchen so far is delicious.)
I knowww! So good, so seriously yummy 🙂
Happy birthday! 🙂
Thank you! 🙂
A very (belated) happy birthday! Please tell me you made the red wine velvet cake from the Smitten Kitchen cookbook, because it makes me cry it’s so good.
I haven’t tried that one yet but obviously I need to. Because it’s still my birthday month, right? Totally requires cake!
Thanks so much! 🙂