98 pages, paperback (ARC)
Finished on 27/3/2012
Genres: Young Adult/Mature Teen
Synopsis via GoodReads:
This collection of short family stories is heartwarming and genuine. Each story is a lesson learned by experiencing everyday life. From childhood to adulthood there are lessons in all that we do and experience. The trick to growing as a person is to recognize their significance and continue to learn.You may find that you identify with the experiences of this wonderful family. You may even be reminded of times in your past and the lessons you have learned. Be prepared to smile, laugh and maybe even cry a little as you enjoy reading of ordinary wisdom.Motivation to Read It: I am a part of a group of book reviewers that was emailed by a book tour planner asking if we wanted to host this book on our blog's during a tour. It sounded interesting, and I replied to the email.
Review: K. Blue has really shown some light with this novel. She uses personal experiences in her life and what she learned from them to try and help us with things that happen in out daily lives. K. had me laughing at some parts, shaking my head and thinking "Oh dear, that's not good" in others.*Disclaimer:
I received this book in exchange for an honest review. I was not paid in any way.
I was kind of sad to reach the end of the book. It was interesting to learn about the things that she went through. But overall, I loved it. She takes us through good lessons, and I think it would help all of us even in the smallest of ways to read Ordinary Wisdom.
I loved this book and think it's definitely worth reading!