Just found Molly Reads, a book blog authored by a childbirth educator.
Curly Girl, by Lorraine Massey and Deborah Chiel.
Hey, my hair has waves in it. Who knew?
Don't Bet against Me!: Beating the Odds Against Breast Cancer and in Life, by Deanna Favre.
This book written by wife of Green Bay quarterback Brett Favre is a must-read for any Packer fan; but it's an interesting read even if you are not. Deanna talks a lot about her life before her diagnosis, and includes some helpful information about preventing and surviving breast cancer, even a glossary of breast cancer terms and a scripture guide.
Read and Reading:
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Staging your Home to Sell, by Julie Dana and Marcia Layton Turner.
Organize It!: How to Declutter Every Nook and Cranny in and Outside Your Home, by Mervyn Kaufman.
Decorating on a Dime: Trade Secrets from a Style Maker, by Christy Ferer.
Home Makeovers That Sell: Quick And Easy Ways to Get the Highest Possible Price, by Sid Davis.
Home Staging: The Winning Way to Sell Your House for More Money, by Barb Schwarz.
Use What You Have Decorating : Transform Your Home in One Hour With Ten Simple Design Principles -- Using the Space You Have, the Things You Like, the Budget You Choose, by Lauri Ward.
Deceptively Delicious: Simple Secrets to Get Your Kids Eating Good Food, by Jessica Seinfeld.
There has been a lot of controversy about this book, written by wife of comedian Jerry Seinfeld; and a similarly-themed book, The Sneaky Chef. I didn't actually try any of these recipes, but you can read all the comments on amazon.com if you want a comparison of how the meals stack up. However, I must say that I love the styling of this book. It has a 1950s-retro feel to it, strongly reminiscent of my favorite Betty Crocker's Cookbook for Boys and Girls. Looks nice, but I'm not rushing out to puree cauliflower anytime soon.
The Know-It-All: One Man's Humble Quest to Become the Smartest Person in the World, by A.J. Jacobs.
Not as good as The Year of Living Biblically,but interesting nonetheless. Mr. Jacobs takes a whole year to read The Encyclopaedia Britannica from "a-ak" to "zywiec". He got the idea from his father, who tried once to read the encyclopedia but only got mid-way through the "B"s. By the way, Jacobs senior is a securities lawyer who, the author claims, holds the world's record for most footnotes in a legal article - 4,824.