Isn't Amazon just so solicitous?
They're always thinking of me, always worried that I don't have enough to read, always looking out for my best interest. They're concerned about my kids and their reading lists, too.
They even -- diplomatically and oh-so-politely -- divert the dishonest soul who would steal my book-buying identity:
"If you're not Karen Edmisten, click here."
(I've never clicked there, as I'm sure a calamitous fate awaits the poor soul that dares to do so ....)
Recently, Mom-a-zon sent me the following recommendations:
Parables from Nature, by Mrs. Alfred Gatty
Fifty Famous Stories Retold, by James Baldwin
Sailing the Wine-Dark Sea: Why the Greeks Matter, by Thomas Cahill
Bless My Child: A Catholic Mother's Prayer Book, by Julie Cragon
Gloryland, by the sublime Anonymous 4
Recommendations from you, fair reader? Warnings? Rave reviews?