10 Kindle Books To Give Mom For Mother's Day. . . Or Any Day!
THE SIGNATURE OF ALL THINGS | ELIZABETH GILBERT
Fearless, vulnerable. Intelligent, naive. Cultured, primitive. Boundless, miniscule.
These are all words that describe Alma Whittaker. An extraordinary heroine.
You are about to go on an amazing journey. Who ever thought the world of mosses would leave you breathless?
When I finished this book, I literally applauded . . . Then, I read it again. I just could not say goodbye.
WHERE'D YOU GO, BERNADETTE | MARIA SEMPLE
The mother-daughter relationship in this book stretches to the end of the earth . . . And I'm not kidding.
When is the last time you read a book set in Antarctica?
I was laughing out loud in restaurants all over NYC reading this book. And I mean full-out belly laughs . . .
THE SNOW CHILD | EOWYN IVEY
Magical and completely unreal. But you don't care. You just want it to be true.
And best wedding dress ever . . .
RISE AND SHINE, BENEDICT STONE | PHAEDRA PATRICK
What girl doesn't want to be a complete tornado in someone else's life?
Dive in and start taking notes from a master force of nature . . .
THE AVIATOR'S WIFE | MELANIE BENJAMIN
Anne Morrow Lindbergh is a total warrior!
You will be equally amazed, inspired and frustrated that you are only hearing about this story now . . .
CLARA AND MR. TIFFANY | SUSAN VREELAND
This story takes "standing in your light" to a whole new level.
Let's raise a glass to Clara Driscoll and her mighty team of ladies. Bending the rules of working with glass . . . And bending the rules of women working at all . . .
THE LIGHT BETWEEN OCEANS | M.L. STEDMAN
Great title. Great characters. Great setting. Great story.
You may think you know what love is. Think again.
I could hardly breathe reading this book . . . Stunning . . .
A TALE OF TWO CITIES | CHARLES DICKENS
It was the best of times. It was the worst of times . . . And, raising me, I know my Mom felt both ways lots of times!
As for the story. . . The last few pages completely slay me. When I read this for the first time, I was sobbing, sobbing, sobbing.
My phone rings. More sobbing, sobbing, sobbing.
Caller: "Are you O.K.? What happened?"
Me: "The little seamstress. She . . She . . .I'm sorry. I'll have to talk to you later."
Click . . . Sobbing, sobbing, sobbing.
Just have the tissues ready . . .
OLIVE KITTERIDGE | ELIZABETH STROUT
Fear makes us say really bad things sometimes.
We just don't know everything about anyone.
Read the book. Then, watch Frances McDormand serve it up on screen.
Bonus . . . Bill Murray. The two of them together . . . Heaven.
THE DANCE OF THE DISSIDENT DAUGHTER | SUE MONK KIDD
Ever hear of a little multi-million copies sold book named The Secret Life of Bees?
Well, this is the Home Depot that Sue Monk Kidd gathered all her building materials from to build that beehive.
Refresh your memory on The Secret Life of Bees . . . Then, take this journey.
It is a treasure map . . .