What kid doesn't dream of running away to their favorite museum and fishing for pocket change in the wishing fountain? Konigsburg's delightful classic at least makes this fantasy a reality in writing.
My favorite children's book of all time. The classic artwork and story in Madeline only grow more special with time.
Krauss' beautiful prose begs to be read with an underlining pencil in hand. Her novels consistently stay at the top of my favorite books list.
This is the book that opened my eyes to a world of ethical eating. Life-changing! Enough said...
A unique surrealness embodies Russell's writing, making it hard to escape her enchanting storytelling.
Described by Faulkner as "the best novel ever written", and Dostoevsky as "flawless". I'll simply defer to these wise gentlemens' opinions.
Salinger's finest (in my opinion). Dissects family dynamics (not to mention family dysfunction) in a way that is both heart-wrenching, and totally relatable.
Ozeki's weblike novel about a century-old Buddhist nun, a struggling teenage girl in contemporary Japan,
What better way to use the excess cat hair lying around your house than to craft a cat-hair pincushion? Or finger puppet?! The possibilities are all delightfully laid out within these pages.