Mudererous New Witch Books For Adults: The Color of Fear

The Color of Fear is just one of those new witch books for adults that murder mystery lovers will read with the lights on until the sun rises.

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Philosophical Science Fiction: When Mother Nature Fights Back

Are you looking for philosophical science fiction recommendations? Check out this book review of William Aicher’s The Unfortunate Expiration of Mr. David S. Sparks.

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Uncorking Bookish Secrets: The Entertainer Book Tag

What Is The Entertainer Book Tag? Book bloggers love sharing their favorite reads as well as weirdo titles in fun and unique ways.  The Entertainer Book Tag is an online blog book tag from bloggers passed on to other bloggers.  Questions are asked and answered, and then we spread the love with even more impossible to answer book dragon questions.  No, the tag is not quite like those annoying chain letters where half of your family will get eaten by a pack of raging unicorns if you fail to respond, but just in case, I had to share my book choices. Meet Fiction No Chaser Thank you to Jess and Teagan of Fiction No Chaser for tagging TUL in this book tag post. Their book blog perfectly aligns with The Uncorked Librarian as they match book reviews with a boozy chaser. Expect sugar, spice, and everything extra nice in their…

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Books About Big and Small: Just The Right Size Book Review

Are you looking for brand new children’s books about big and small?  Bonnie Grubman’s Just The Right Size is the perfect 2018 animal picture book.  With characters that you just want to cuddle right off of the pages, learn Goldilocks-style what is big enough, small enough, and just right. Book Review Of Just The Right Size by Bonnie Grubman Illustrated with beautiful pastel watercolors and colored-pencils, Diederen captures the playfulness of this brand new concept book. Beginning with a ladybug that is just small enough to land on a tree branch, young readers learn that while a giraffe cannot accomplish a similar feat, a giraffe can naturally reach the treetops. Kittens sleep in flowerbeds as elephants cover their young from the rain. Mice can hide anywhere while giant moose are the perfect size to romp in the snow. Dolphins may not be able to gently glide through the seaweed like a…

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Books For Art Lovers: A Book Review of Artist, Soldier, Lover, Muse

Are you looking for books for art lovers that are similar to The Art Forger? Check out Arthur D. Hittner’s historical art fiction novel, Artist, Soldier, Lover, Muse.

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Versatile Blogger Award

I have been nominated for the Versatile Blogger Award. Learn seven unQuirked facts about The Uncorked Librarian and meet other talented bloggers.  These travel stories are sure to enhance your world travel, too!

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