A captivating read. An investigative journalist falls in love with a man, who is all smoke and mirrors, he isn’t scamming her for money, he’s taking her for her love, companionship and time. Stephanie then steps back from the heartache to research why people would be so duplicitous and why some people are vulnerable to such manipulation. You may never go on Bumble or PlentyOfFish again 😱 #bookreview#bookstagram#wellread#localauthors#dating#lyingbastards#heartbreakers
Happy Constitution Day! September 17, 1787 was the day the Constitution was signed by the delegates of the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia. This was 11 years after the signing of the Declaration of Indepedence. Our Constitution is known as “the supreme law of the land”. Do you know who is known as the “Father of the Constitution”? The answer is James Madison. September 17, 1787 was a great day in American history.
#olsstaffpick With the computerized implants that replaced most of her brain, Vick views herself as more machine than human. She's lost her memory and can't control her emotions (something an empath named Kelly is helping her with) but she's also smarter, faster, and impervious to pain, making her the best mercenary in the Fighting Storm. But when flashbacks show Vick a life she can't remember -- and a romantic relationship she didn't know existed with her empath -- she finds herself on a mission to save Kelly, even at the risk of sacrificing the last of her humanity... This #bookstagram Tuesday #bookrecommendation is brought to you by our excitement and inability to wait for Monday. #olsjonathanpicks THREADBARE by Elle E. Ire, the beginning of the Storm Fronts series. Ire is one of our hosts of the West Osceola Writers Group, so when her new novel hit the shelves we couldn't contain our excitement! If you're a fan of #sciencefiction, #romance, and strong female characters, then #threadbare is a must read. #osceolalibrary#librarybooks#localauthors#stormfrontsseries#elleeire#scifi#lgbtq🌈 #representation#newreleases#newbook
Roll & Play is a first game for toddlers. Roll the big plush cube, select a card with the matching color and act out the activity shown – “Make a happy face,” “Roar like a lion.” With every roll, there are endless learning opportunities, including colors, numbers and language skills. This family-bonding toddler game encourages creativity, active play and gross motor skills. Simple and fun for everyone. Buy online www.childrenstreehouse.ca