I like all the bags in this book, but it's too much trouble enlarging the patterns, some are 111% or 167% I don't know how I can enlarge something that takes up most of the page, but still needs to be 111% percent on my printer, I'd rather buy a pattern at Joann's for one bag. Happy Sewing
I loved this story. The characters seemed so real, and it seemed that you knew them all personally. I don't normally like books with cancer in them, but I think I learned from this one. I hope that I could be so brave as Viki.
I have to admit I couldn't finish this book. I liked it in the beginning, but after a while, I wished that he had shortened it. It seems like he just went on and on and it was all dark and gloomy. This book is marketed to children, but I can't see a child enjoying it. The author does have the spirit of Montgomery, and perhaps it would be a lot more enjoyable if it were half the size.
This book badly needs editing. It is the first book by McMurtry that has disappointed me. It reminded me of talking to and elderly person who keeps telling the same thing over again and doesn't remember mentioning it before, it's interesting to them only.
This book is sour grapes. She should have left all of this unsaid. I loved her old show, but I didn't enjoy her on the View, because she wasn't doing what she was famous for, being "nice" and funny; someone people could identify with. Much of the time, she came off as overbearing, depressive, and sadly not educated enough to be taken seriously. The show is watched as a vicrious enjoyable coffe klatch, and not "Nightline".
A great read, I found it misplaced at Third Place Books, I didn't know it was intended for young readers. I liked Fast Food Nation and this one is just as good. If you want to loose a few pounds read this, it will put you off fast food for a while, yuck!
The writer is not a psychiatrist. He seems to be unhappy that drug companies profit from the sale of these medications. This is what I have to say about the book. SO WHAT. If people choose to take these drugs with the advice of their doctors, SO What. Is it worse then alcohol, or people chewing betel nuts, or other natural remedies? What is wrong with taking an Ambien so one doesn't have the stress of lying there thinking, what's tomorrow going to be like with no sleep. There are some interesting statistics, in the book, but overall, the book is disappointing. Paxil saved my life, if you feel the same, this book isn't for you. Happy reading.
This is a great little book, writen by a "New York Times" bestselling author, as a fundraiser for a friend. I believe it was a group of writers, who are listed on the back reccommending this book.
Jeanne Ray (Eat Cake, Step-ball Change,Julie and Romeo)
Anne D. Leclaire (Leaving Eden, Entering Normal)
Jo-Anne Mapson (Bad Girl Creek, Along Came Mary)
Jacqueline Mitchard (The Deep End of the Ocean)
This book was marketed to be the latest "Forrest Gump" but I did not get the charm that Forrest Gump had from these pages. I found the writing boring, and I don't enjoy books with profanity, so I didn't read more then a dozen pages. I'm disappointed that I bought this new, normally I trust what my local independent bookstore reccommends.