The Smart Guide to Classical Music

From  Edna Susman

Author:  Sherman Robert

Title:  The Smart Guide to Classical Music

Robert Sherman and Philip Seldon have written this guide to help anyone in their quest to “de-mystify classical music”. This resource is excellent for both the classical music connoisseur and neophyte. It’s loaded with interesting facts and simple definitions. It will help you develop your ear with tips on how to listen to classical music. There are “fascinating anecdotes on composers” as well as handy hints on concert etiquette, how to dress when attending a concert and much more. One of the authors, Robert Sherman, recently celebrated his 56th anniversary with WQXR classical music radio in New York City. This book would be a worthwhile read or addition to your home music library, should you want to purchase it yourself.

Where She Went

From  Vendula schonfeldova

Title:  Where She Went

Author:  Gayle Forman

Second part of If I stay told from Adam’s point of view. After three years of separation between Adam and Mia they meet up again in New York City and bring up all harms and what actually happened so long ago. They both have made it far, Mia is a cello performer and Adam has his band. They take a night walk thought the city and falling in love once again. Finally they go on tour together as in old times.

Your Inner Fish

From Alexus  Haddad

Title:  Your Inner Fish

 Author:  Neil Shubin

 An archeologist and his team try to find the evolution time animal that can both survive in land and water. They look for the animal with the bones that are capable of surviving these conditions. They end up finally finding the animal and this leads to a grand discovery to help solve evolution mysteries.

Mockingjay

From Alexus  Haddad

Title:  Mockingjay

Author:  Suzanne Collin

After her rescue by the rebels of District 13, Katniss is convinced to become “the Mockingjay”: a symbol of the rebellion against the ruling Capitol. As part of a deal, she demands that the leader of District 13, President Coin, grant immunity to all of the Hunger Games victors, including Peeta, and that Katniss receives the right to kill President Snow, the leader of Panem. Katniss and Peeta later get married and have 2 kids.