Suspect by Robert Crais

If you have never read any books by Robert Crais, now is the time. His latest novel, “Suspect’ is great. He weaves a story of a wounded LAPD cop, Scott James who also lost his partner, Stephanie in a shoot out on the streets of Los Angeles and a military working dog, Maggie who was […]

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Book Review : Sincerely, Andy Rooney by Andy Rooney

Do you miss Andy Rooney?  I do.  He was my favorite part of 60 minutes.  While we can’t give you his famous expressions under those magnificent eyebrows or the sound of his voice and perfectly cadenced delivery, we can give you his words.  In Sincerely, Andy Rooney, it isn’t hard to see and hear him […]

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NEW! Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum pass

We now have the pass for the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum!  There are 2 passes per day (Wed – Mon.) Weekend passes are for 2 people at $5 each, weekdays are for 4 people at $5 each. For more information go to: http://www.gardnermuseum.org/

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Book review of “La Cucaracha Martina” by Daniel Moreton

Martina is a cute roach that does not like the city life.  The loud noises hurt her tiny ears and do not allow her to sleep.  One night while trying to sleep Martina hears a soft, sweet, sound. She starts searching for the source of the beautiful sound and in that process she meets all […]

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Book review of “Ten Big Toes and a Prince’s Nose” by Nancy Gow

Ten Big Toes and A  Prince’s Nose by Nancy Gow is the story of a prince and princess who meet, fall in love and get married to apparently live happily ever after. The unusual aspect of the tale  is that both the prince and princess have significant deformities. The princess has freakishly large feet, and […]

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