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Waiting on Wednesday (WoW) is a weekly event hosted by Jill @ Breaking the Spine that spotlights upcoming releases that we’re eagerly anticipating.

This week’s WoW feature is:
Reclaimed by Sarah Guillory
Expected Publication: October 15, 2013
Publisher: Spencer Hill Contemp

 Summary via Goodread...
 Jenna Oliver doesn’t have time to get involved with one boy, let alone two.
All Jenna wants is to escape her evaporating small town and her alcoholic mother. She's determined she'll go to college and find a life that is wholly hers—one that isn't tainted by her family's past. But when the McAlister twins move to town and Jenna gets involved with both of them, she learns the life she planned may not be the one she gets.
Ian McAlister doesn't want to start over; he wants to remember.

Ian can’t recall a single thing from the last three months—and he seems to be losing more memories every day. His family knows the truth, but no one will tell him what really happened before he lost his memory. When he meets Jenna, Ian believes that he can be normal again because she makes not remembering something he can handle.The secret Ian can’t remember is the one Luke McAlister can’t forget.

Luke has always lived in the shadow of his twin brother until Jenna stumbles into his life. She sees past who he’s supposed to be, and her kiss brings back the spark that life stole. Even though Luke feels like his brother deserves her more, Luke can’t resist Jenna—which is the trigger that makes Ian's memory return.

Jenna, Ian, & Luke are about to learn there are only so many secrets you can keep before the truth comes to reclaim you.

Why I Can't Wait...
 Something is going on and I can't wait to find out. The summary makes me real curious to see what this is all about. Plus everyone knows I love a good cover. Now I have to wait ALL the way til October...boooooo!
What's your WOW? Please share.


Cover Reveal: The Space Between by Victoria H. Smith

The Space Between by Victoria H. Smith
Expected release date: April 2, 2013
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Age Group: New Adult
Cover Designer: Okay Creations; http://okaycreations.net/site/

Cover reveal organized by: AToMR Tours

When Drake started the night at his father’s campaign fundraiser, he never imagined he’d end it being conned into buying drugs on the West Side. Losing high-stakes poker has its consequences, but he’d repeatedly face them just to hear Lacey Douglas sing. Drake sees Lacey light up the stage, and he has to have her. But his intentions for being on her side of town turn out to be the reason he can’t.

Chicago native Lacey has dreams of the opera, but life has its obstacles. Lacey has come to know her hardships as part of living in the real world and accepts them fully. When Lacey meets the intense and invigorating Drake, a fire is lit inside her, unleashing those dreams again.

Two paths that should have never crossed prove to create the exact pairing the other needs. But when their worlds take time to catch up, everything they have is tested. Finding the space between the two sides that challenge them will be hard, but it’s the only place that will keep them together.

The Space Between is a new adult contemporary romance.

   About the author

Victoria H. Smith has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. She puts it to good use writing romance all day. She resides in the Midwest with her Macbook on her lap and a cornfield to her right. She often draws inspiration for her stories from her own life experiences, and the twenty-something characters she writes give her an earful about it.

In her free time, she enjoys extreme couponing, blogging, reading, and sending off a few tweets on Twitter when she can. She writes new adult fiction romance in the sub-genres of science fiction, urban fantasy, and contemporary, but really, anywhere her pen takes her she goes.

Author Links: Blog | Facebook | Twitter | Goodreads


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Kindle Daily Deal


Expected Publication: April 30, 2013
Publisher: Ballantine Books
A charming and laugh-out-loud novel by Lauren Graham, beloved star of Parenthood and Gilmore Girls, about an aspiring actress trying to make it in mid-nineties New York City.

Franny Banks is a struggling actress in New York City, with just six months left of the three year deadline she gave herself to succeed. But so far, all she has to show for her efforts is a single line in an ad for ugly Christmas sweaters and a degrading waitressing job. She lives in Brooklyn with two roommates-Jane, her best friend from college, and Dan, a sci-fi writer, who is very definitely not boyfriend material-and is struggling with her feelings for a suspiciously charming guy in her acting class, all while trying to find a hair-product cocktail that actually works. Meanwhile, she dreams of doing "important" work, but only ever seems to get auditions for dishwashing liquid and peanut butter commercials. It's hard to tell if she'll run out of time or money first, but either way, failure would mean facing the fact that she has absolutely no skills to make it in the real world. Her father wants her to come home and teach, her agent won't call her back, and her classmate Penelope, who seems supportive, might just turn out to be her toughest competition yet. Someday, Someday, Maybe is a funny and charming debut about finding yourself, finding love, and, most difficult of all, finding an acting job.

The Wonder Bread Summer by Jessica Anya Blau
Expected Publication: May 28, 2013
Publisher: Haper Perennial
[no art cover yet]
It's 1983 in Berkeley, California. Cut loose by her parents, 20-year old Allie Dodgson is trying hard to make it on her own, attending college on a scholarship and working in a dress shop. But when the dress shop turns out to be a front for a dangerous drug dealing business and Allie ends up with a Wonder Bread bag full of cocaine, her studious life takes a turn for the wild. With a hit man named Vice-Versa in hot pursuit, Allie jumps into her best friend's brand-new Prelude and goes on the lam. In Los Angeles, she finds herself entangled with a duplicitous surfer, a paraplegic porn producer and his Mexican driver, a mean girl from high school, and a legendary rock star. The only people she trusts to pull her out of this jam are the two she can't find: her free-spirited mother, who ran off to be the tambourine girl in a band when Allie was 8; and her father, who moves so often Allie doesn't even have his phone number. Think '80s Alice in Wonderland with a Pineapple Express twist and you get the energy, freshness and wicked black humor of The Wonder Bread Summer.

Expected Publication: April 30, 2013
Publisher: Amazon
A popular cheerleader—raped, beaten, and left for dead. An edgy outsider with a gift. Can they team up to catch a killer?
Bea’s life has been a mess ever since she got kicked out of private school and sent to rehab. Now clean, Bea is starting over at Packard High School, in a city shaken from two assaults on young women. The latest victim, Willa Pressman—the one who survived—doesn’t remember a thing. But Bea has a disturbing new “skill”: she can see—and then draw—images from other people’s minds. And when she looks at Willa, Bea is shocked by what she sketches. Bea might be the only one who knows Willa’s secrets—and who can take down the killer before he strikes again.
That's my haul...please feel free to share yours.


Review: The Comfort of Lies by Randy Susan Meyers

The Comfort of Lies by Randy Susan Meyers
Expected Publication: February 12, 2013
Format: ARC from publisher & E-copy via NetGalley
Publisher: Atria Books
Rating: 3/5

Summary via Goodreads…
 “Happiness at someone else’s expense came at a price. Tia had imagined judgment from the first kiss that she and Nathan shared. All year, she’d waited to be punished for being in love, and in truth, she believed that whatever consequences came her way would be deserved.” Five years ago, Tia fell into obsessive love with a man she could never have. Married, and the father of two boys, Nathan was unavailable in every way. When she became pregnant, he disappeared, and she gave up her baby for adoption.
Five years ago, Caroline, a dedicated pathologist, reluctantly adopted a baby to please her husband. She prayed her misgivings would disappear; instead, she’s questioning whether she’s cut out for the role of wife and mother.
Five years ago, Juliette considered her life ideal: she had a solid marriage, two beautiful young sons, and a thriving business. Then she discovered Nathan’s affair. He promised he’d never stray again, and she trusted him.But when Juliette intercepts a letter to her husband from Tia that contains pictures of a child with a deep resemblance to her husband, her world crumbles once more. How could Nathan deny his daughter? And if he’s kept this a secret from her, what else is he hiding? Desperate for the truth, Juliette goes in search of the little girl. And before long, the three women and Nathan are on a collision course with consequences that none of them could have predicted.
Riveting and arresting, The Comfort of Lies explores the collateral damage of infidelity and the dark, private struggles many of us experience but rarely reveal.
 My Thoughts
When I first heard about The Comfort of Lies I knew I had to read it. The idea of three women and how lies, cheating and secrets revolved around a child was too intriguing not to want to read it.
The women: Tia, Juliette and Caroline who each give their voice to the story and a peak into their mindset and emotional state of how they are dealing with the outcome. While I loved how each woman is different I find myself questioning them at different points of the story. Caroline, personally was my favorite character of the book. Many who read the book might wonder why I feel this way. A woman who doesn’t feel close to her child and at times dreads to be alone with her. Although I don’t agree with her actions I felt she was the realest and most honest character in the whole book. She's in a tug of war with herself. She doesn't want to feel this way but should she continue to lie with herself and others on how she feels? Just so she doesn't look like a bad person? On the other hand, at times I felt so mad wanting to shake both Tia and Juliette. How could these two women be so in love with Nathan when in my opinion he's only really into himself. All I keep thinking was what does this guy have that these women are so in love with him. Hating each other and really putting no blame on him and his actions. Ugh! Then I realize sometimes when you are in love with someone you have blinders on. Good or bad. You only see the good in them and at times you don’t see anything else around you.
 For me to feel so involved with these characters it’s a sign of a great writer. I loved how Randy Susan Meyers alternated the chapters to give us a feel of what the characters were thinking and feeling and why they ultimately did what they did.
 Overall I enjoyed this book. I loved the authors writing style and the characters were rich. It’s a great layered book that shows you how not everything in life and love isn't simply black and white. That sometimes you have to do what’s best for in the end results even if you can’t see it at that moment.


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Waiting on Wednesday (WoW) is a weekly event hosted by Jill @
Breaking the Spine that spotlights upcoming releases that we’re eagerly anticipating.

This week’s WoW feature is:
The Distance Between Us
Expected publication: July 2, 2013
Publisher: HarperTeen

Seventeen-year-old Caymen Meyers studies the rich like her own personal science experiment, and after years of observation she’s pretty sure they’re only good for one thing—spending money on useless stuff, like the porcelain dolls in her mother’s shop.

So when Xander Spence walks into the store to pick up a doll for his grandmother, it only takes one glance for Caymen to figure out he’s oozing rich. Despite his charming ways and that he’s one of the first people who actually gets her, she’s smart enough to know his interest won’t last. Because if there’s one thing she’s learned from her mother’s warnings, it’s that the rich have a short attention span. But Xander keeps coming around, despite her best efforts to scare him off. And much to her dismay, she's beginning to enjoy his company.

She knows her mom can’t find out—she wouldn’t approve. She’d much rather Caymen hang out with the local rocker who hasn’t been raised by money. But just when Xander’s attention and loyalty are about to convince Caymen that being rich isn’t a character flaw, she finds out that money is a much bigger part of their relationship than she’d ever realized. And that Xander’s not the only one she should’ve been worried about.

The reason I can't wait to read this...Kasie West. I also can't wait for her first book Pivot Point to come out either. From reviews alone I think I found my new favorite author. I love how both books seem so different. I love a great comtempo and this one seems like it won't disappoint.

So what are you all waiting on? Please share.


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In My Mailbox [IMM] is a weekly meme hosted by Kristi at The Story Siren. Sharing books that have been received for review, purchased or given as a gift. The hope is that you will share in the comment section what you received this week.
Finished Copies
The Next Time You See Me  Touch & Go
For Review for blog tour 
None of the Regular Rules

For Review from Girls in The Stacks via ARCycling
Love Slave
 Free Kindle Purchased
Sound Bites: A Rock & Roll Love Story
That's my Haul. What's yours? Please feel free to share your link.


Review: The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

The Perks of Being a Wallflower
The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
Publication: February 1, 1999
Publisher: MTV Books
Format: Purchased Kindle copy
Challenges: 2013 TBR Pile & 2013 Ebook Challenge
Rating: 4/5
[Goodreads] Charlie is a freshman. And while he's not the biggest geek in the school, he is by no means popular. Shy, introspective, intelligent beyond his years yet socially awkward, he is a wallflower, caught between trying to live his life and trying to run from it.
Charlie is attempting to navigate his way through uncharted territory: the world of first dates and mix-tapes, family dramas and new friends; the world of sex, drugs, and The Rocky Horror Picture Show, when all one requires is that perfect song on that perfect drive to feel infinite. But Charlie can't stay on the sideline forever. Standing on the fringes of life offers a unique perspective. But there comes a time to see what it looks like from the dance floor.

The Perks of Being a Wallflower is a deeply affecting coming-of-age story that will spirit you back to those wild and poignant roller-coaster days known as growing up.

My Thoughts
I went into reading this with as much as a clean slate as I possibly could. I’ve heard so many amazing things about it that I had to read it for myself. I tried to avoid all reviews [which were hard] and the movie. The movie part was sort of easy, since I don’t really like seeing a movie adapted from books anyways.
I must say I adored this book! The writing was wonderfully done and the characters were beyond rich in depth. I loved how the characters were true to teens. It never downplayed or overplayed depictions of a modern day teen. Although I will say as much as I loved Charlie he was a bit winey for my taste. Understanding why he is the way he is, was a shock to me. I actually didn’t see that coming.

This is one of those coming of age books that everyone needs to read. The story is timeless. No matter who you are and how old you are you can truly understand the trials of growing up. Not to mention finding out who you are and who you are meant to be.


Review: Nobody But Us by Kristin Halbrook

Nobody But UsNobody But Us by Kristin Halbrook 
Expected Publication: January 29, 2013
Publisher: HarperTeen
Format: ARC E-copy via Edelweiss
Rating: 3/5

[Goodreads] They’re young. They’re in love. They’re on the run.
Zoe wants to save Will as much as Will wants to save Zoe. When Will turns eighteen, they decide to run away together. But they never expected their escape to be so fraught with danger.... when the whole world is after you, sometimes it seems like you can’t run fast enough.

Nobody But Us, told in alternating perspectives from Will and Zoe, is an unflinching novel, in turns heartbreaking and hopeful, about survival, choices, and love...and how having love doesn’t always mean that you get a happy ending.

My Thoughts
I loved the altering perspectives of Will and Zoe that’s about the only thing I truly enjoyed about this book. I wanted to really love it, trust me I did.

I was expecting this literary world fill of romance…my expectations fell short. I didn’t really get or buy this couple. I felt they were two lost and lonely souls searching for love and appreciate and they just happened to fall into each other. Two people hoping to help each other fill the void that needed to be filled so desperately.

Don’t get me wrong I didn’t hate the book, it just wasn’t what I thought it was going to be.


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Waiting on Wednesday (WoW) is a weekly event hosted by Jill @
Breaking the Spine that spotlights upcoming releases that we’re eagerly anticipating.
This week’s WoW feature is:
And Then I Found You: A Novel
And Then I Found You by Patti Callahan Henry   
Expected publication: April 9, 2013
Publisher: St. Martin's Press

[Goodreads] Katie Vaughan is no stranger to tough choices. She’s made them before. Now it’s time to do it again. Kate has a secret, something tucked away in her past. And she’s getting on with her life. Her business is thriving. She has a strong relationship with her family, and a devoted boyfriend whom she wants to love with all her heart. If Kate had ever made a list, Rowan would fill the imagined boxes of a perfect mate. She wants the facts to move from her head toward her heart and settle in with deep love, something past admiration and comfort. But when Kate discovers the small velvet box hidden in Rowan’s drawer, she panics.

It always happens this way. Just when Kate thinks she can love, just when she believes she can conquer the fear, she’s filled with dread. And she wants more than anything to make this feeling go away. But how? When the mistakes have been made and the running is over, it’s time to face the truth. Kate knows this. She understands that a woman can never undo what can never be undone. Yet, for the first time in her life she also knows that she won’t fully love until she confronts those from her past. It’s time to act. Can she do it? Can she travel to the place where it all began, to the one who shares her secret? Can the lost ever become found?

And Then I Found You gives new life to the phrase "inspired by a true story." By travelling back to a painful time in her own family’s history, the author explores the limits of courage, and the price of a selfless act.

I'm a big fan of the author. In my effort to read more fiction I can't wait for this one. I've enjoyed her other books and I'm sure I will enjoy this more even more.

So what are you all waiting on? Please share.


Top Ten Tuesday: 2013 Debuts I Cant Wait For

Top Ten Tuesday is a feature/weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. It's the best and fun way to share lists of certain topics with other fellow bloggers.
2013 Debuts I'm Looking Forward To:
The Ward  OCD Love Story The S-Word
Another Little Piece
The Ruining The End Games  OCD, The Dude, and Me 
The Forgotten Ones
 The Rules for Disappearing How My Summer Went Up in Flames
Please feel free to leave a link to your Top Ten.


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In My Mailbox [IMM] is a weekly meme hosted by Kristi at The Story Siren. Sharing books that have been received for review, purchased or given as a gift. The hope is that you will share in the comment section what you received this week.
I was good THIS week. I didn't go overboard on books.
For Review via NetGalley
Amity & Sorrow: A Novel

Kindle Buys
Wake (Watersong, #1)
Please feel free to share your haul.


Review: Honeysuckle Love by S. Walden

Honeysuckle Love by S. Walden
Published: November 19, 2012
Upper YA Romance - New Adult
Rating: 3/5
Clara Greenwich is too young to take on the sole responsibility of caring for herself and her younger sister. She’s just sixteen. She should be focused on school, hanging out with friends, falling in love. Instead, she’s working to pay off the mound of bills her mother left behind when she vanished at the start of the school year. Left alone with her ten-year-old sister, Beatrice, Clara discovers that she is now the parent, the provider, and the responsibilities grow to be more than she can handle.

Complicating matters is senior Evan Morningstar who starts pursuing Clara at the beginning of her junior year. She’s confused by this. Evan is a popular, likeable guy.She describes herself as a nobody—a quiet, intensely shy girl who suffers from social anxiety. She wants love like any teenage girl, but she’s terrified to let Evan get close, to discover her secrets. His gentle persistence eventually wins out, however, and she has no option but to open her heart to him.
When Clara’s responsibilities prove too great, she begins a slow descent into depression, making dangerous choices that threaten her relationships. She can stay trapped in her despair or discover redemption—how to forgive the past and love again.

This is a story about a girl who is forced to be an adult before she is ready. After her mothers abandoment she is now in charge of everything. She is forced to do things she thought she'd never do in order to survive and take care of her sister the best she knows how.
While it's about Clara's journey in being more responsible and taking on lifes challenges, it's also a basic love story about a girl falling in love for the first time. I liked the story of Clara and Evan. All Clara wants is true love yet how can she trust anyone when everyone she has loved at one point or another has let her down? Evan tries with all his might to try and break down those walls Clara has put up as protection around her.
I enjoyed this book overall. It makes you appreciate what you have and makes you realize that its ok to ask or recieve some help. Life is a challegne that everyone can use some help from time to time with.

Author Bio:

S. Walden used to teach English before making the easy decision to become a full-time writer. Easy because once she completed a full-time graduate program, there weren't any teaching jobs anyway! She lives in Georgia with her very supportive husband who does not read fiction and has a difficult time understanding why her characters must have personality flaws. She is wary of small children, so she has two Westies instead. Her dreams include getting through her next big writing project (a three-part series) and owning and operating a beachside inn on the Gulf Coast. Her husband's dreams for her include getting her Ph.D. so that he can tell people he's married to a doctor.
She loves her fans and loves to hear from them. Email her at swaldenauthor@hotmail.com and
follow her blog at http://swaldenauthor.blogspot.com where you can get up-to-date information on her current projects.
Blog: http://swaldenauthor.blogspot.com
email: swaldenauthor@hotmail.com
twitter: swaldenauthor
Buy LinkAmazon Kindle: http://www.amazon.com/Honeysuckle-Love-ebook/dp/B00A9HW8HC/ref=pd_sim_kstore_1
Amazon Paperback edition: http://www.amazon.com/Honeysuckle-Love-S-Walden/dp/1481004638/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1355332296&sr=1-2&keywords=honeysuckle+love
Smashwords: http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/256162
CreateSpace Paperback edition: https://www.createspace.com/4057864
Barnes and Noble Nook: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/honeysuckle-love-s-walden/1113887770?ean=2940045096560


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Waiting on Wednesday (WoW) is a weekly event hosted by Jill @
Breaking the Spine that spotlights upcoming releases that we’re eagerly anticipating.
This week’s WoW feature is:

The S-Word
The S- Word by Chelsea Pitcher
Expected publication: May 7, 2013
Publisher: Gallery Books
[Goodreads] First it was SLUT scribbled all over Lizzie Hart’s locker.
But one week after Lizzie kills herself, SUICIDE SLUT replaces it—in Lizzie's looping scrawl.
Lizzie’s reputation is destroyed when she's caught in bed with her best friend’s boyfriend on prom night. With the whole school turned against her, and Angie not speaking to her, Lizzie takes her own life. But someone isn’t letting her go quietly. As graffiti and photocopies of Lizzie’s diary plaster the school, Angie begins a relentless investigation into who, exactly, made Lizzie feel she didn’t deserve to keep living. And while she claims she simply wants to punish Lizzie’s tormentors, Angie's own anguish over abandoning her best friend will drive her deep into the dark, twisted side of Verity High—and she might not be able to pull herself back out.

Debut author Chelsea Pitcher daringly depicts the harsh reality of modern high schools, where one bad decision can ruin a reputation, and one cruel word can ruin a life. Angie’s quest for the truth behind Lizzie’s suicide is addictive and thrilling, and her razor-sharp wit and fierce sleuthing skills makes her impossible not to root for—even when it becomes clear that both avenging Lizzie and avoiding self-destruction might not be possible.
I seriously can't wait for this one! From the description it just sounds amazing. I'm really excited to read it since I just got approved for the eread of it. Review to come in the next few weeks. I get the feeling this is one of those books I'll be telling everyone who will hear me to read.
So what are you all waiting on? Please share.


Top Ten Tuesday: Bookish Goals for 2013

Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by TheBrokeandthebookish
This weeks topic is:
10 Bookish Goals for 2013
- Read more!
- Meet/surpass my reading goal for this year
- Quality over Quantity
- Open myself up to new/different genres
- Decrease my TBR list
- Try and keep down my books spending
- Continuing spending the word on GREAT books
- Host Giveaways [soon!]
- Get to know follow bloggers better [ya'll are fab!]
- Read more blogger book reviews
That's my list...please share yours.

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It's great to be back after a little holiday break. I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season. Please bear with me since I havent done an IMM in awhile I have a few books to share.

IMM is a meme created by the awesome The Story Siren
For Review via Publisher
 The Sea Tranquility - Katja Millay
The Comfort of Lies - Randy Susan Meyers
The Namesake - Steven Parlato
The Two Week Wait - Sarah Rayner
 Dream Lake - Lisa Kleypas
  For Review via Edelweiss
The S- Word - Chelsea Pitcher
Nobody But Us - Kristin Halbrook
How My Summer Went Up In Flames - Jennifer Salvato Doktorski
The Lake House - Marci Nault
When She Was Gone - Gwendolen Gross
 For Review via NetGalley
Reconstructing Amelia - Kimberley McCreight
Rage is Back - Adam Mansbach
Sleeping in Eden - Nicole Baart 
 Bought - Kindle/Physical Copies
 Ask The Passengers - A.S. King
The Lonely Hearts Clubs - Elizabeth Eulberg
A Sweethaven Christmas - Courtney Walsh
 Free Kindle Reads
Waiting for Sunrise - Eva Marie Everson
From Notting Hill with Love Actually - Ali McNamara
The School Gates - Nicola May

That's my haul. Please feel free to share yours.


Escucha Means Listen Blog Tour - Review + Tour Giveaway

Escucha Means Listen
From the mowing of the lawn to the splish-splashing of rain puddles, Talia Aikens-Nuñez’s bilingual picture book Escucha Means Listen introduces toddlers and babies to the sweet sounds around them.

Take a journey through the world—just listening. Escucha Means Listen helps children discover sounds around them in English and Spanish.

Buzz. Buzz. Qué oyes? (What do you hear?)
Las abejas (The bees) circling the flowers.

Woosh. Woosh. What do you hear?
El viento (The wind) is whistling by.

Shh. Shh. Qué oyes? (What do you hear?)
Las hojas (The leaves) are dancing on the trees.

Escucha Means Listen is a wonderfully written childrens story. I think it's a great way to introduce any child to learn to speak Spanish. Everyone should try and learn another language these days and doing it by reading this cute and fun story is a quick and easy way of doing it. The story is about a little girl who explores the day listening to everything around her. It's all about enjoying and taking the time to enjoy everything that's all around you. I can see myself reading this to my little cousins and them really being interactive with the story.

Author Talia Aikens-Nuñez Talia Aikens-Nuñez wanted to be a meteorologist, a politician and a lawyer. She never thought she would be a writer. It was the birth of her daughter that caused her to start writing. Raising a bilingual child inspired Talia to write lyrical children’s books. These ‘first experience’ books introduce Spanish to children and parents too! Talia’s family loves nature so much that she and her husband vowed that they will always try to live close to water. She, her husband and daughter live on a river in Connecticut with their daughter Isabella.
Tour Giveaway
$25 Amazon Gift Card or Paypal Cash
Ends 1/21/12

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