Pretty much a book about books; each book recommended had it's own page along with a description of the book and which patron to recommend the book to. I picked this up at the library because I decided that starting in 2018, I will be working on my masters degree in library and informational sciences (right now I am just deciding on where to apply and what requirements I need to meet). So I figured a book by a librarian who surveyed other librarians about what they recommend to their patrons can come in handy.
And yes, it is handy, but most of the books aren't to my taste. However, I have to give credit to the author for the balance in diversity in the books she chose to highlight in this book - whether from authors of color, to authors from the LGBT* community, books about mental illness, disability, social issues are all there alongside more well-known authors/books. The author also chose to devote a chapter to audiobooks and another to graphic novels, so she wasn't snobby about format. There is also a chapter on YA novels, with the caveat that these YA novels would be good fits for adult readers who enjoy YA, so she wasn't snobby about patrons' reading tastes either. The book did lean more to fiction than non-fiction, but some recent non-fiction reads were recommend for the writing styles were as engaging as some fiction reads.
There were books from the cannon of English Lit (Shakespeare) and modern classics (O. Henry), but also some works dating post WWII all the way through to the early 2010s. Alas, no genre specific chapters were written, so no romance, mystery, sci-fi books were recommended - the author stayed pretty firm in mainstream fiction/literary fiction section of the library. Still I made a list of the books she recommends and that seemed interesting to me (there were a few that I have already read) so I could add them to my TBR pile.
Tired of continuously working and need a break, plan a vacation with your family and friends and get a break and amazing time and memories with them. While choosing the things most of the people go for the price, if a price is low and they will be getting service for long and good in that certain price, they will definitely choose that. Spirit Airlines is also like that!
They are giving more services in low fare rates; the people preference for Spirit Airlines is that why only. The online booking process for Spirit Airline is also very easy. Have a look on the steps below to make Spirit airlines reservations
Go to Spirit.com.
On the home page of Spirit Airlines, Go to Book option.
Customer can choose what they have to book. Click on Flight from the list if you are booking a flight.
Fill the details like the arrival and destination places and dates and information about the passengers.
Make the payment and you will be notified via email or on the phone for the confirmation of the flight.
For any help regarding contact on Spirit airlines reservations contact number
The facilities offered when you are booking a flight using Spirit Airlines are:
Passengers’ details can be changed: Before 24 hours prior to flight, customers can change reservation. They can cancel ticket as well with some amount deduction.
Check in of Spirit Airlines: Customers need to get a board pass either online or get a print out at the airport itself. If a customer is check in for his flight online, they need to get the print out from outside else you can get it on the airport. A board pass can be taken within 24 hours of the scheduled flight but they cannot get it 1 hour before the flight. Customers will have to pay $10 if they are taking the print out from the airport.
All customers must have to come 2 hours before the domestic flights and 3 hours before the international flight and make a check in before 30 minutes from the flight and 60 minutes before the international flight.
Baggage Allowance: Customers details should be filled by them at the time of booking or at the time of getting board pass. If they have not chosen any of the way, they will have to money for that at the airport.
Spirit airlines flight customer service is available 24/7 for the customers help. Get in touch with Customer service team for better assistance.
Ella Verran has three goals this semester: get off academic probation, repair her relationship with her friend Skylar, and take some responsibility for her life. All of which are hard enough without hot, snobby hockey player Ben Buckingham around to distract her. Ella can’t stand Ben, and she knows the feeling is mutual. But he’s best friends with Skylar’s boyfriend, so he’s always around—taunting and tempting Ella in ways she never thought possible.
As the star forward of the Bayard College hockey team, Ben has goals too, like playing well enough to land a spot on an NHL roster. Ben is perfectly poised on the ice, so why can’t he keep his cool around Ella? Her wild behavior rubs him in all the wrong ways—and a few of the right ones. But as they skate around each other, Ben learns that there’s more to Ella than her bad reputation. And when the line between love and hate starts to blur, he can’t resist crossing over and sweeping her off her feet.