In the not too distant past, I explored two modern day Little Women graphic novel adaptations in the post Drawing Little Women: Graphic Novel Adaptations of Alcott. Both Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy and Jo take Alcott's characters and place them in a modern day setting exploring sisterhood, life, love, and growing up in ways … Continue reading Little Witches: Another Little Women Graphic Novel
July has been a busy month (more on that to come in a combined June/July Reading Roundup soon!) but I finished my summer classes right after the fourth of July and finally have had a chance to read a bit more for fun! I put a ton of books on hold at the library and … Continue reading Some Summer Reading
You may have noticed that I've not written a reading roundup in a while, and that's because the last few months have been hectic and the end of April found me finally getting to visit my parents in Colorado for the first time since Thanksgiving (so I was too busy hiking to be writing a … Continue reading April/May Reading Roundup
It's not a big secret that I'm a pretty big fan of Louisa May Alcott's Little Women. I've published poetry written in response to some of her works, reviewed a spinoff young adult novel, and visited her home of Orchard House multiple times. So when I saw, Jo: An adaptation of Little Women (sort of) … Continue reading Drawing Little Women: Graphic Novel Adaptations of Alcott
A new Tillie Walden graphic novel and one that's a road trip narrative: Heck Yes! I review "Are You Listening?" and use inspiration from Walden to share some of my own road trip reading recommendations.