Warning: Series Ahead!

Series books are great. They are often how children find their love of reading, Nancy Drew, Boxcar Children, Goosebumps, or 39 clues, anyone? They don’t lose their charm as we grow older either. Series can take the what-to-read-next-stress out of reading; the choice of your next book becomes obvious. (Though, I would definitely advocate asking…

Connie’s May Reads

Cherokee Rose: A Novel of Gardens and Ghosts by Tiya Miles This is a fascinating fictional account of a little known aspect of America’s past. Using historical sources about the Chief Vann House Historic site and a Moravian mission in 1800s Georgia, Miles uncovered the practice of slaveholding by southern Creeks and Cherokees.  The lives…