SINGLE CHICAS by Sandra C. Lopez

Maria Catalina Egan

Reviewed in the United States on March 5, 2020

Format: Kindle Edition

 

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Maria Catalina Egan

 

Reviewed in the United States on March 5, 2020

Clever Rhyming, Story Line and Magnificent Illustrations. Little Mouse’s Sweet Treat has that and much more.
A good Children’s book should enhance vocabulary, excite the imagination and create platforms for discussions.
I find that in this beautifully illustrated book. The variety of treats and characters the little mouse encounters open the door for interesting discussions with small children.
Should the mouse have approached all the animals? Should he be such a picky eater? Would a cat and mouse get along? I could add a list a mile long.
It is also a good book for early readers to find nice tone and rhyme when reading.
The Illustrations are sophisticated and simple all at once, which encourages children to explore their own artistic development.
A wonderful little book with ALL the right ingredients.
 

 

Putin’s Useful Idiot by Kenyon Kane Genre: Historical Espionage, Romance

November 1984, Richard Hart lands at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport carrying
a dossier he doesn’t have security clearance to open, a map of
Moscow missing most of the street names, five ten-dollar bills
(probably dyed with invisible ink) and an American Express card.
Acting as a CIA “financial” agent, Hart must close a deal with
the KGB, rig the transaction to produce enough “black money” to
bribe KGB hard-liners to retire, and get out alive. And he only has
Colonel Putin there to help him.
PUTIN’S USEFUL IDIOT is about Richard Hart, a self-centered materialist
living in New York City married to a woman half his age, dining out
every night at fancy restaurants and spending his weekends shopping
with his wife at expensive stores like Bergdorf-Goodman, Henri
Bendel, and Gucci. Forced to take an assignment to Moscow, he winds
up in an environment where money is worthless because there is
nothing to buy, food is scarce and for the most part terrible and
even drinking water is impossible to find at times. As he adjusts to
his new environment, he comes to find that his materialistic
viewpoint is selfish, and in fact unnecessary to his happiness, and
as he finds joy in the new friends and relationships he makes, he
transforms toward the collective.
But is it all a set-up by his partner in crime V. Putin? Is he just
another Useful Idiot? As a counterpoint, while Hart is evolving in
his social views toward the collective, his Soviet counterparts
evolve toward capitalism because the free markets are coming to the
Soviet Union and everyone is going to need western currency to
survive. Inspired by true events, PUTIN’S USEFUL IDIOT is a
ride-along first person, present tense adventure jampacked with
danger, passion and humor
Kenyon Kane grew up in the San Fernando Valley north of Los Angeles before
there were freeways. He worked for two US Cabinet Secretaries. His
job was to complete financial transactions in the Soviet Union,
Grenada and Northern Ireland.
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