I really enjoyed the interesting story about the "Tiffany Girls" and their experience working as working women artists in the late 1800's and early 1900's in NYC. I found the author's description of the processes of creating the famous tiffany lamps and windows to be fascinating.
Girl with a Pearl Earring because of it's women's perspective and art creation.
I thought it was really interesting when the women stood up for their right to work and marched in unity down the middle of the road to protest the pressure they were receiving from the men's union.
It wasn't a page turning thriller, but I found myself wanting to read it quickly.
My son is loving the Last Apprentice series. He can't
Yes. He stays up late every night listening to them. I have to make him turn off his iPod.
My son has some learning disabilities and the audio books have made him a
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