B is for Fantasy Book Café | Reviews of Fantasy and Science Fiction Books
I love THIS blog because:
- It has plenty of regular reviews of my favorite genre of books
- There's an alphabetical index of all the books
- 🍵☕🐉🧝🧙 How cool would an actual fantasy book cafe be? Coffee in a dungeon with dragon-roasted beans.
“Boy” is a story of a deaf child who lived in silence. Boy couldn’t hear the fighting of the king’s battles around him, but he could see the fear around him... and how everyone would be much happier without it. Diversity and the need for communication, all kinds of communication, is a strong theme within this heartwarming tale. Ideal for ages 4-8.
"Shipping only available to USA and military bases from the provided Usborne link." - Kathryn Mowers (Consultant for the Dorner family)
B is for these fantasy books on my TBR pile:
- Ballad of the Beanstalk - Amy McNulty
- Discovered during the Young Adult Scavenger Hunt
- Fantasy fairytale retelling
- Black & White: Book One of the Black & White Trilogy - Nick Wilford
- What is the price paid for the creation of a perfect society?
- struggle to redeem humanity
- I follow this author
- 160 pages is the perfect length for an afternoon read
- Being Human - Patricia Lynne
- Monster Fiction / Vampires
- Books on Prejudice
- It's listed as a nonfiction vampire book on Amazon 😄
- Have you been to this favorite blog of mine?
- Have you read any of these books?
- Vampire nonfiction -- thoughts?