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text 2018-10-13 07:31
What is the Right Type of Baby Toy for Your Child?

When it comes to buying toys for your child, make sure that your selected toy is pleasurable, colorful and nice to touch. Of course, here is talking about early learning educational toys that are ultimately versatile, natural and safe as well as very educational. Even, some of these toys are arty as well. In general, the early learning toys are very responsive, ageless, vibrant, exciting and cute. Even though, each child simply loves them to play. Regardless of ages, these toys are ideal one for little infant, toddlerhood and preschool children. As well as, they are the best method to give hours of exciting and educational play for your children of each age group.

 

 

When it comes to having a creative play, the solid wood products are pleasurable to make and fun. In nature, they are highly durable and last for a long time than compared to the plastic toys. Also, they are less available today, but the modern plastic toys are much good to use. This is because; they have reliable, hard and do not have any flash lights and batteries that can be dangerous to your little kid. When you prefer to buy wooden toys for your infants, they are strong and give much longevity. That is why; every mom and dad is looking for those toys in these days.

 

Tips for shopping early learning educational toys for kids

 

When you look for the toys to your kid, definitely, the educational wooden toys Australia is a great choice to shop around on the internet. Before buying, you must read the toys instructions and ensure that are clear as well as review warnings. Purchasing educational wooden toys need some cooperation, directions and rules that are essential in learning and sharing the social skills. Therefore, buying good toys can motivate your child’s passion and interest for fun.

 

 

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review 2018-10-02 04:52
Five Years Gone by Marie Force
Five Years Gone - Marie Force

 

 

When you lead with your head, it's hard to hear your heart. Five Years Gone is an emotion packed tale of love lost, hearts found and secrets revealed. Marie Force appeals to vulnerability. Ava's journey is one inspired by tragedy, yet empowered by strength. There will be plenty of ugly cry moments, so make sure to keep the tissues close at hand, but there are also glimpses of the power of the human spirit. That inner voice that guides us to break through the darkness and found our way back to the light. Force entices with heartbreak, but inspires with tales of courageous sacrifice and hope. If truth is more powerful than fiction, Ms. Force blurs the line between the two.

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review 2018-09-01 23:27
Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights - Salman Rushdie

Salman rushdie-- dense, funny, lyrical. There were many places I laughed out loud. "This is just like Gozer the Gozarian..."

 

...so why wasn't this book better? It seems like Rushdie spent the first two-thirds of the book setting up this fun world, with these bizarre coincidences, wordplay, allusions to history, himself, pop culture, comic books, and everything...

 

...and then he lost interest in the last third and just kinda halfheartedly completed it.

 

It didn't help that the book is written in Rushdie's usual flashbacky past-tense, so that by the time the action happens, it's already been alluded to five or six times.

 

Anyway, not the best Rushdie, but Rushdie is one of the best authors.

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review 2018-08-26 03:11
One Hundred Years of Solitude
One Hundred Years of Solitude (Audio) - Gabriel García Márquez,John Lee

I finally finished this!  I took forever for multiple reasons.  First--I started and restarted probably four or five times, because I was quickly finding myself lost as to what was happening.  After a while, I just went with it--though also checked out the text version to go back and forth.  I also was finding myself going for longer periods between listening sessions and having shorter sessions--my running volume has gone way down, and most of my audio "reading" has tended to happen during runs.  (Plus walking to the office from the parking lot in the morning and walking during lunch.)  There was a period where I was having headphone problems, and there were times when I just wasn't in the mood for this book.

 

It's not the book's fault!  It's Garcia Marquez--it's captivating.  But I had to be in the right headspace for it, and I did get there.

 

The book chronicles seven generations of the family of Jose Arcadio Buendia and Ursula Iguaran.  Jose Arcadio Buendia is the founder of the village of Macondo in Columbia.  Jose Arcadio and Ursula are first cousins, which causes her to fear that their children will be born with tails (of pigs).  They are not, but much later in their line (after some accidental and worse inbreeding), eventually one of their descendants does appear with a tail like that.

 

The family through its many generations keeps repeating the names Jose Arcadio and Aureliano for their male children.  Remedios and Amaranta are favored names for the girls.  The repetition of names reinforces the cyclical nature of time expressed in the narrative.  Political upheavals, wars, and economic cycles parallel historical events in Columbia.  The characters casually interact with ghosts and some of the characters can deliver prophecies.

 

One of my favorite quotes:  

 

"The years nowadays don't pass the way the old ones used to," [Ursula] would say, feeling that everyday reality was slipping through her hands,  In the past, she thought, children took a long time to grow up.

 

Boy, can I relate!

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review 2018-08-01 17:42
Credible mess
Seven Years - Dannika Dark

I've avoided Dannika Dark forever because that pen name hurts my feelings. I mean, maybe that's her real name -- and I don't have the energy to check the copyright -- but I would be hugely surprised if that were so. I was pleasantly surprised in the beginning. This is first person with a narrator who isn't mean about other women and kinda flailing in her life choices. Her family -- a mother and sister -- are still living with the grief of her brother's death 7 years previous. Brother's bff who totally bailed on them after brother's death returns to town and informs sister lady that her brother died because of shapeshifter politics. 

 

This part is fine. We are reading PNR after all. The opening is really grounded in the girl's life, and there's some nice detail about her co-workers and neighbors -- especially the neighbors. But then it imperceptibly just goes off the tracks, veering into some tragically stupid pack politics and mages and now her sister is some kind of mystical bullshit and oh my God corrupt police officers and absent dad is back and a psycho and on and on. It just completely loses focus. The pack gender dynamics are repellent, though admittedly main girl can see that they are messed up and pushes back. There are way too many near sexual assaults of our main character so shifter dude can swoop in. 

 

I dunno. This is fine, I guess, but I feel like maybe I should have heeded that pen name. Or, that's uncharitable. I did have a good time listening, and the narrative voice was pleasant enough. A credible mess. 

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