I am Malala
By: Malala Yousafzai
When Malala Yousafzai was fifteen years old, she was shot in the head, while on the way to school. The doctors didn’t expect her to survive, but her amazing spirit and determination, gave her the strength to live and to continue to fight the injustices of the world. I am Malala is the story of one brave, young girl’s extraordinary life, and her perseverance during the horrific ordeals of terrorism.
This month’s Read with Ariesgrl selection is Love Medicine by Louise Erdrich. Join me this month as we read a chapter or two a day, then discuss the book every other week, here on the site.
Plantation Tours and Tastes Georgetown History
Published by: The Church Women of Prince George Winyah Parish
Plantation Tours and Tastes Georgetown History is a lovely cookbook written by the women of Prince George Winyah Parish, who have hosted multiple plantation tours since 1947. Chocked full of beautiful artwork and the history of Georgetown, South Carolina, this is an exceptional book for southern families. The recipes are organized in appetizers, seafood, drinks and desserts. The spiral binding makes it easier to prop the book up on the counter, for easier access while cooking. Along the edges there is space for notes, bible passages and bonus recipes. This is an enriching book for anyone looking to connect with their inner southern cook.
This review was written for My Sister’s Books.