Author Archives: irenesroth

About irenesroth

I am a freelance and academic writer. I am currently writing a book called `Fearless Freelance Writers`. Please look out for it soon on this blog.

Girl Positive by Tatiana Fraser and Caia Hagel (135)

This is a wonderfully book about how unique and beautiful each girl is in her own right. There is no need for any of us to complain and to keep hoping we were someone else who is skinny or beautiful–in … Continue reading

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Split Tooth by Tanya Tagaq (134)

This is a wonderfully unforgettable story. I’m really having an inspiring time reading in 2019 so far. If I ever even entertained the thought of leaving this book club, I have now recommitted it wholeheartedly. I have a lot of … Continue reading

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The 5 am Club by Robin Sharma (133)

As soon as I saw this book on the new book shelf at my local library, I knew I had to read it. It was intriguing and interesting. And I heard a lot of successful people say that they were … Continue reading

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Uncomplicated by Claire Tansey (132)

This is a wonderful book of recipes on how to make a simple meal at the end of a long day at work or home.  Many of us want to order in all the time. This takes time, money, and … Continue reading

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New Hands, New Life by Alex Mihailidis and Jan Andrysek (131)

This is a book about how prosthesis and innovations can help children who experience disabilities because of accidents and diseases. For people living with disabilities, machine technology is very important. Assistive technologies allow a person with a missing leg or … Continue reading

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The Secret Marathon by Martin Parnell (130)

This is a highly inspiring book about empowering women and girls through sport in Afghanistan, where women are oppressed and patriarchy rules. Martin Parnell’s story is equally inspiring. It shows clearly how people can inspire each other to be their … Continue reading

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Dene First Nations by Heather Hudak (129)

This is a book about the Dene First Nations Tribe in Norther Canada and Alaska. They lived here for at least 10,500 years!  Now that is hard to believe, isn’t it? The traditional lands of the Dene stretch from the … Continue reading

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