The book is thought provoking, and beautifully written. I’m very impressed how Ms. Brooks managed to write so much panoramic content in a relatively short book
“Witty, warm, and charming…Fans of Emily Henry and Robinne Lee’s The Idea of You are going to go crazy for this one!” ―Jennifer Close, author
Enid Bangold (27 October, 1889 – 31 March, 1981) was a British writer, feminist, and autobiographer. She is known for her story National Velvet.
After reading this book, I agree with the author that Grover Cleveland deserves to be better remembers than just a trivia answer
Lexington is the powerful true story of the champion Thoroughbred racehorse who gained international fame in the tumultuous Civil War–era
As he meets ten exceptional Black men–historical and contemporary figures who have paved the way he internalizes their greatness.
Thomas Hughes was an English author, social reform advocate, and lawyer. He is remembered for his semi-biographical work Tom Brown’s School Days.
I couldn’t figure out the point of the story, no deeper meaning, nothing about the greater good, or even getting justice for an injured party
This is an excellent biography with fantastic collections of charts, pictures, and maps. His time as a new General is something I found to be most interesting
Arna Bontemps (13 October, 1902 – 4 June, 1973) was an African-American member of the Harlem Renaissance, a poet, librarian, and novelist.