• Books,  Languages

    Reading books in a foreign language

    When you are learning a new language, the moment when you start actually reading books in this language is both exciting and a little scary. It is important to prepare yourself well and choose carefully which book you want to read The benefits of reading books in a foreign language When you are learning a new language, reading a book is one of the best way to both increase your vocabulary and give you a better feeling of how the language works grammatically. If you are fond of a foreign writer, reading his or her books in their native language is a great way to understand the author’s work better:…

  • Books,  Uncategorized

    Disney Book Tag!

    I have been looking lately for a light, book related idea for a blog post. When I found the Disney Book Tag on the blog Reading Reading Reading, I thought this was exactly what I was looking for. This post may contain affiliate links. See the Disclosures page for more information. #1. The Little Mermaid – A character that is out of their element, a “Fish out of Water”. I would say Mowgli in The Jungle Book (Rudyard Kipling). There is a moment in the book when Bagheera explains to him that she grew up by human people before she escaped and came to the jungle. Then she was the…

  • Books,  STEM

    Data science reading list

    As I have completed some courses about data science in the last year, I would like to read some books on the subject. I checked on websites such as LinkedIn, Medium or towardsdatascience and I did a list of books I am interested in. This post may contain affiliate links. See the Disclosures page for more information. Data science reading list Python for Data Analysis (Wes McKinney): as I took a course about data analysis with python, this would be a good way to extend my knowledge on the topic. Ethics of Big Data (Kord Davis and Doug Patterson): this is a topic that is becoming more important everyday. Too…

  • Books

    The Halloween Creatures Book Tag

    I do not really celebrate Halloween. I grew up in France, where it is not a major event and I now live in Germany where it is not very important either. However, when I read about the Halloween Creatures Book Tag, I thought it could be a lot of fun.  This post may contain affiliate links. See the Disclosures page for more information. Rules: Answer all prompts.Answer honestly.Tag 1-13 people.Link back to this post. ( For me it was the blog Lioness at Large)Remember to credit the creator. (Anthony @ Keep Reading Forward)<Have fun! WitchA Magical Character or Book. Circe by Madeline Miller. This is an excellent novel based on…