The Zookeeper’s Wife is one of Diane Ackerman’s many nonfiction books. This incredible true story is about a husband and wife, Jan and Antonina Zabinski, who hid Jews in their Warsaw zoo during WWII. The Zabinski’s story is one of a kind and I am surprised I hadn’t heard of it until now.
Tara Westover grew up on a mountain in Idaho and that was all of the world that she knew. Educated is an amazing recount of her life on the mountain.
Shadows of the Workhouse is the second book in Jennifer Worth’s, The Midwife Trilogy. As usual, I did not know the book I was reading was a part of a series, so I did not read Call the Midwife first. I can assure you that I am on the wait list for it on Overdrive now though!
I’ll be honest, I was not entirely sure how to review this book and it is all over the place. I wanted to learn more about Walt Disney and found this book by Neal Gabler that documented his entire life.
How does someone review a novel like The Shack? I guess I can begin by letting the reader know that the book was published as fiction but some may argue that it is a piece of non-fiction. For reasons that I suppose are obvious in the world we live in today, fiction was the better choice.