Fuel for your reading binges.
- Children’s – Mookology compares Brian Selznick’s The Invention of Hugo Cabaret with Martin Sorcese’s recent film adaptation, Hugo. My thoughts? Hugo was definitely a movie to be seen in theatres, in 3D. Beautiful!
- Celebrity – For the celebrity obsessed (like myself), here’s a slightly outdated list of celebrity bios you should read. For inside information and gossip on what actually happens in the Hollywood machine.
- Non-Fiction – I just visited the Kennedy Space Center on vacation and when I left…all I could think about were Russian astronauts. Their space program was bigger and better, yet so little has been written about it (that I could turn up). Anyways, Russia’s Cosmonauts: Inside the Yuri Gargain Training Center is first on my non-American space reading list.
- Psychology – CommanderStrike reviews Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking over on Cannonball. If you don’t understand the difference between an introvert and an extrovert (and no, it’s not a shy person and an outgoing person), you probably should.