Movies about (dead) Authors
A memoir about what it's like being a woman and mother in science, and what it's like trying to gain acceptance in a field dominated by men.
n the 1950s, people didn't quite understand "love" and "attachment." Harry Harlow, an American psychologist, decided to test what love and dependence is all about, using Rhesus monkeys as his test subjects. What came out of his research was both defining and concerning.
Ahlan wa sahlan! Thank you for joining in with us in the Year of the Middle Eastern Reading Challenge (YMERC). As promised, I will begin each month with: A book by a Middle Eastern authorA graphic novel by a Middle Eastern author and/or Middle Eastern illustratorA new Arabic song to listen to throughout the month … Continue reading #YMERC2020 July Part 1
A sweet novella about falling back in love when you forget why you fell in love in the first place.
An absolute delight to read, it will make even the most lukewarm naturists fall in love with the beauty and intelligence of trees.
Anticipated Fall Reads 2020
The Popsugar reading challenge lists 40 book challenge prompts, and an additional 10 books, for a total of 50 books for the year.
The Unexpected Love Objects of Dunya Noor is the love story to Syria and her people, to her complex and rich history, her poignant present, and her hopeful future.
Confusing and meandering, I couldn't get into it, unfortunately.