With the holidays around the corner, books are back in the spotlight.
Some of us are trying to survive.
But many others are just trying to get through the holidays.
Here are some books that you might want to read if you are a parent, a child, or someone with a special need.
“The Girl Who Wasn’t There” by Sarah Waters.
This is a book for children who are not ready to have a relationship with a real person.
It is a memoir of Waters’ childhood, from the time she was 8 to her 20s.
The Boy Who Was a Girl by Laura M. Clark.
This book is about a boy who grew up in a very traditional family, and who also happens to be a writer.
He has a real knack for finding meaning in his life.
His parents are very religious, but they were never really close.
He writes about their struggle to cope with their son.
A Beautiful Day in the Park by Susan Orlean.
This story of two women who grow up to be doctors is the kind of book that kids want to have in their life.
They learn about medical practice, and the impact it has on their lives.
Little Red Riding Hood by Alice Munro.
This has to be one of the most well-known books in history, and it has been translated into at least 50 languages.
Munro, who is also a writer, tells the story of the famous red-headed girl, and also a story of how her mother and her sister grew up.
Birds of a Feather by Jo Walton.
Walton’s book is a classic of the genre, and this is a must-read for any child who loves to read.
It’s also a wonderful story of a little girl’s love for birds, and of her father’s attempt to save her from a giant bird.
Beach Book by Mary Shelley.
Stories about women are a staple of this genre, especially for children.
The first two volumes are classics.
The third volume is about an elderly woman, who has her own book, and her daughter’s best friend, and then there’s a book about the birth of a baby girl.
How to Get Away with Murder by Bret Easton Ellis.
Ellis is a great writer, and his book about a serial killer, How to Get away with Murder, has sold over five million copies.
It tells the true story of one of America’s most notorious criminals.