Flygirl by Sherri L. Smith

Flygirl by Sherri L. Smith

Sherri L. Smith’s Flygirl recounts the story of Ida, a light-skinned girl of African descent with an intense love and passion for flying. Although she lives during World War II, in a world where whites are dominant and males hold all real power, Ida is a clever, witty and compassionate character who passes for white to chase after her dreams of becoming a pilot for the┬ámilitary – the Women Airforce Service Pilots. Read More →

Wherever Nina Lies by Lynn Weingarten is a compelling book that captivates you from the very beginning. The book’s main character Ellie has a sister that disappeared mysteriously and she tries everything and anything in her power to find her. Ellie’s friends and family think she should just stop obsessing over her sister’s disappearance and let the past be forgotten. Ellie finds a clue that renews her spirit in finding her sister, so she continues her quest for Nina, though it could cost her dearly. Read More →