Furry Logic is a lovely collection of meaningful and interesting sayings paired with stunning watercolors of animals that will delight all generations. This quick read shouldn’t deter anyone from purchasing, it’s a collection that can be enjoyed multiple times over a lifetime.
The 10th anniversary edition is a perfect gift to keep on hand if you’ve got a last minute birthday gathering or if you need something to bring the hostess. Kids will love the size of the book, the bright colors and adorable emotions of the animals. That means parents, that this is perfect for the car, when they can read short sentences or just need a distraction!
Simple but thoughtful, Seabrook’s talent is showcased beautifully in this edition!
Many thanks to Random House, as a part of Blogging for Books for this book in exchange for an honest review.
Since I’ve started my Tumblr, I’ve come across a 30 day Book Challenge. I’m interested in trying the challenge out for October, at the end of the month I’ll list everything in full. All of my regularly scheduled content will continue, so be sure to keep checking back! October’s going to be a busy month here on AshleyiSee. Here’s to learning about new books, authors and discovering more worlds to hide in!
I read The Road in three hours from start to finish. Once I got over the awkward annoyance in lack of punctuation I couldn’t stop turning the pages. The language in its simplicity and the darkness of the environment is enough to keep one wondering what’s going to happen. It’s the hope that humanity survives and continues that kept me reading. The Road is a perfect pick me up when life isn’t going well. Think your life is horrible, well at least you’re not living in a post apocalyptic world that McCarthy has created! I loved the book. I wanted more. I wanted to see just how horrible the world could become whilst at the same time wishing to see hope and a rescue. I also loved that it was quick yet the imagery will stay with me forever.