[Reading] ➭ The Lending Library ➵ Aliza Fogelson – Linkadvantage.info

The Lending Library A Heartwarming Debut Novel About A Daydreamer Who Gives Her Town, And Herself, An Amazing Gift A Lending Library In Her Sunroom When The Chatsworth Library Closes Indefinitely, Dodie Fairisle Loses Her Sanctuary How Is A Small Town Art Teacher Supposed To Cope Without The Never Ending Life Advice And Enjoyment That Books Give Her Well, When She S As Resourceful And Generous As Dodie, She Turns Her Sunroom Into Her Very Own Little Lending LibraryAt First Just A Hobby, This Lit Lovers Haven Opens Up Her World In Incredible Ways She Knows Books Are Powerful, And Soon Enough They Help Her Forge Friendships Between Her Zany Neighbors And Attract An Exciting New RomanceBut When The Chance To Adopt An Orphaned Child Brings Dodie S Secret Dream Of Motherhood Within Reach, Everything Else Suddenly Seems Less Important Finding Herself At A Crossroads, Dodie Must Figure Out What It Means To Live A Full, Happy Life If Only There Were A Book That Could Tell Her What To Do


About the Author: Aliza Fogelson

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10 thoughts on “The Lending Library

  1. says:

    This is a contemporary chick lit I choose this book for myFirst Reads kindle edition book for the month of June I am excited to pick this book up This book is all about a woman trying to do everything by herself She also finds out that very soon she may not be able to have kids Her sister also cannot have kids, so she was adopting I had troubling getting pregnant, but afte


  2. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This book is awful And I mean absolutely awful I was looking for something a little light to read and I love books so this book s description sounded funit was not It s literally a privileged white woman s fantasy of how life goes and how things should turn out I knew that one chapter in and then it was


  3. says:

    Bibliophiles of all sorts are sure to fall in love with Dodie and everyone she befriends along her bookish journey The Lending Library is a charming read full of heart, hope, and books.


  4. says:

    2.5 This book was okay I liked the premise, and thought the first half was great, but then all this relationship and baby drama kicked in, and the original premise kind of lost its way a bit A lot of elements I loved at first, such as Elmira s plot line got dropped, and then just mentioned every 60 pages of so in a very vague sense Great idea, I think the author just threw too much else in, so it lo


  5. says:

    White saviorism the book It s not as bad as The Help, butyou ll see This is a Kindle First book for June Within pages I could tell it was going to a REALLY NOT GOOD place The main character, Dodie, and all of her friends family are white The Black people, and other characters that are coded to be of color, are props in their story of being good people Dodie starts a library out of her house, because the chil


  6. says:

    Early into the page count of Aliza Fogelson s The Lending Library, my pick this month from thePrime Reads service in which Prime members get a free copy of one out of eight books recently published bys own publishing wing , we re being told of our plucky hero Dodie Fairisle and her recent past as a hipster edgy artist in Brooklyn while dating a noted fashion designer, and how she grew sick of it and instead accepted


  7. says:

    Great then frustratingThere was a very significant portion of this book where I thought I d be rating it as 5 stars, but then it slowly started to unravel Let me start with the good this is definitely one of the better First Reads selections I ve made at least for the first two thirds of the book It starts off light and charming with a fun, small town feel and a perpetually sunny heroine Dodie is an art teacher who establishe


  8. says:

    I thought about giving up on this book quite early on, I wish I had Do, as in dough, not do, is a selfish, judgemental, baby obsessed mess that is really good at naming books she once read All of her relationships with anyone are just terrible Just save your time and give this one a miss.


  9. says:

    This was a lighter read and made for a great palate cleanser The writing was a bit clunky and the plot didn t flow that well Terabithia is a great book but using it as a character name kind of stunted the story, as it doesn t really roll off of the tongue Parts of the story moved along slow while others raced past I loved the book references and my bookworm heart loved that aspect of the story Overall, a quick lighter read that book lovers wil


  10. says:

    The Perpetual Teen with Ageing Ovaries A Grimm Sisters fairy tale.People hired to write book blurbs today must have all dreamed of becoming doctors Every Kindle First selection this month is Heart warming or heart stopping Spine chilling or gut wrenching Covid is raging, the unemployment rate is soaring, and there s rioting in the streets My spine is sufficiently chilled and my guts are already wrenched and I m afraid to take my blood pressure In the a


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