• Books

    Traveling the world with books

    I love reading about reading challenges. As I recently read about several bloggers traveling the world with books, I decided to check how international my reading has been in 2019. For each book I read in 2019, I will check what is the nationality of the author and then list all the books by country This post may contain affiliate links. See the Disclosures page for more information. Australia The Rosie Project (Graeme Simsion): This was a fun and lovely romance novel. You can read my review here. The Rosie Effect (Graeme Simsion): This is the sequel of The Rosie Project and it was also a very nice read. Wundersmith:…

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    Our favorite toys this Summer

    As this Summer has been particularly hot until now, the boys have spent much time in water. We just run some water (not too much!) in the bathtub and we let them play with their bath toys. We recently bought new bath toys that the children particularly love but there are other favorite toys with which the children currently play a lot. This post may contain affiliate links. See the Disclosures page for more information. Our favorite toys We are happy we bought these new bath toys because the children had a lot of fun with them. Even my daughter, who is seven, loved playing with them in the bathtub.…

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    Book review: Circe (Madeline Miller)

    I read Circe a few months ago, after I read many positive critics about the book on different blogs. Actually, I was very excited about the book because I have been interested in Greek and Roman mythology for a long time. I even liked the latin classes in high school. This post may contain affiliate links. See the Disclosures page for more information. What is Circe about? Circe is written like a memoir. This is the story of the famous magician Circe, who is most famous for changing Ulysses’s crew into pigs.  The story begins when Circe parents meet. Her father, Helios, is a titan and the god of sun.…