I don't usually read books about cats, first actually, but I enjoyed it. This book tells how an unexpected find in the library brought so much life to the staff, patrons & library. It's a sweet read, great for a snowy day cuddled up with a cat.
I have been trying to get through this strange book for weeks now.
It's very confusing, jumps from story to story & when you figure out what "part" of the story you are currently in most of it just doesn't make any sense.
Don't think I'm going to finish it & I never do that.
I've been knitting for years, easy stuff because I didn't really understand all the ins & outs of it. I've started up again & I am learning many great tips from this book. My yarn shop has closed so its wonderful having answers to my many questions. Understanding the different types of yarns & the best use for all of them is wonderful.
It is simply amazing what this country has always does "in the name" of something or someone & gets away with it. I can't believe the horror this family has been put through & didn't even realize what was happening. I'm so glad I got to read this book, & I thank Ms Skloot for shinning a light on another piece of history most would rather leave alone.
I love it. Many lovely patterns in clever designs. Easy to understand instructions, I've been knitting forever but haven't done much in years. Clearly illustrates with many pictures how to do the patterns. As soon as I finish current projects will be my next.