Bye, Gems.

I doubt I'm going to update this blog again (as much as I love it).

There's still a lot to look at, though!
And if you want to check out the things I still update...

So long.


BOOKS - January / February / March

Books, books, books.

For more book greatness - here's the October/November/December post, September's, August, May, June and July, April and February and March. Or! Just click here to browse through everything under the "books" tag.

Here are all the books that came out (or that I discovered) in January and February and March; things I want to read and add to my library...
Cloth Lullaby: The Woven Life of Louise Bourgeois by Amy Novesky and Isabelle Arsenault.
Make It Grow by Debbie Powell.
A Beginner's Guide to Bear Spotting by Michelle Robinson and David Roberts.
Pax by Sara Pennypacker and Jon Klassen.
The Extincts by Veronica Cossanteli and Roman Muradov.
The Sandwich Thief by Andre Marois and Patrick Doyon.
Achoo! by Virginie Morgand.
Blanche Hates the Night by Sibylle Delacroix.
The Queen of the Night by Alexander Chee.
That's My Hat by Anouck Boisrobert and Louis Rigaud.
The Great Journey by Agathe Demois and Vincent Godeau.
Girl Through Glass by Sari Wilson.
Isabel Feeney, Star Reporter by Beth Fantaskey.
Jane Austen: An Illustrated Biography by Zena Alkayat and Nina Cosford.
If I Had a Gryphon by Vikki VanSickle and Cale Atkinson.
All Year Round by Susan B. Katz and Eiko Ojala.
Tokyo Digs A Garden by Jon-Erik Lappano and Kellen Hatanaka.
When Green Becomes Tomatoes: Poems for All Seasons by Julie Fogliano and Julie Morstad.
Shape Shift by Joyce Hesselberth.
Animal Alphabet by Kay Vincent.
Now for the books I read and enjoyed during the last few months (sadly there are not very many: I've been busy)...

Nimona by Noelle Stevenson and The Terrible Two by Jory John, Mac Barnett, and Kevin Cornell.
Taste: The Infographic Book of Food by Laura Rowe and Vicki Turner and Five Women Wearing the Same Dress by Alan Ball.


Gems of the Week

Robin Eisenberg.
Atelier Stella for West Elm.
Not gonna lie, I'm kind of into Michael Douglas in The China Syndrome.