Bryan Zavestoski Zavestoski itibaren El Rincón, Panama
Tüm bu kitapları sevdiğimde, bu her zaman hayatımın gizli başlığı olarak kabul ettim, bu da onu bir favori yaptı. Betsy için Heavens yakın bir kravat olmasına rağmen, bariz eğlence 'Heavens to Me' ile oldu.
زندگی زیباست ای زیبا پسند زنده اندیشان به زیبایی رسند آنقدر زیباست این بی بازگشت کز برایش می توان از جان گذشت
This is my all time favorite children book and my children love it too!
I really respect Kate DiCamillo as a writer. She is versatile in her subject matter and storytelling (compare this book to The Tale of Despeareaux) but consistently a strong writer with a beautiful voice. This book is a charming, sweet story about forgiveness, acceptance, friendship, and the wonderful things in life that facilitate those things!
Walter Mosley is one of my favorite writers. Most know him as a noir/detective story writer. The Man in My Basement is a departure from that. It is in fact a mystery, but not in the traditional sense. Rather than trying to solve a murder or some other crime, the reader is left to decipher the motives of an elderly well-to-do white man who shows up at the doorstep of a down-on-his-luck black man and asks to rent out the man's basement for the purpose of being imprisoned. This is an eerie story that poses questions about race, class, privilege, morality, and--in a sense--the American Dream. Mosley never answers any of these questions for us. Nor does he provide a clean-cut ending or a spiritual awakening by any of the characters.