Welcome to our Fairy tale Adaptations book club! This go round we’ve selected four books that showed their author’s take on various fairy tales and folktales. Each of our books have their own Discussion Posts and don’t forget, we’ll be having our Zoom Book Club on Saturday September 18 at 7 pm EDT. Other Discussions The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden Deerskin by Robin McKinley Sea Witch by Sarah Henning Alif the Unseen by G. Willow Wilson For those of you returning or […]
Reminder – Fairy Tales and Adaptations #CannonBookClub is Coming Soon!
We are just one week away from our next meeting of our Cannonball Book Club! It will begin on Friday September 17th when we’ll have Discussion Posts here for each of our selections, The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden, Deerskin by Robin McKinley, Sea Witch by Sarah Henning, and Alif the Unseen by G. Willow Wilson. We will also be talking on our Social Media platforms, and of course in our Facebook group, Cannonball Read Book Chat, we’ll have some additional prompts […]
CannonBookClub Fairy Tales & Adaptations Announcement!
September #CannonBookClub is here. Discussion posts are live! The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden Deerskin by Robin McKinley Sea Witch by Sarah Henning Alif the Unseen by G. Willow Wilson Book Club Details Continuing our feel-good goals with #CannonBookClub in 2021 we’ve landed on Fairy Tales and Adaptations as our theme for our September meeting. With that in mind our Book Club team has decided on a shortlist of four books to choose from, highlighting different genres and original tales. September 17-18, 2021 […]
Power of the Greenwitch, lost beneath the sea…
Greenwich by Susan Cooper
In 2020, I started an occasional readathon I participate in – The Dark is Rising readathon, which is a seasonal reread of my favorite book series! Basically, we read the series on its own timeline, taking on each book in the season it’s set. And so I reread the first book in 2020 summer (Over Sea and Under Stone) and reviewed it here, and then I am pretty sure I reread the second book at Christmas (The Dark is Rising) but forgot to review it. […]