What an amazing fun read learning the delicious details that people share with Stoddart about their lives and careers. Stories from the Rolodex is well-written and made me smile, cry, scream and feel so good about the resilience of the individuals walking around us. READ MORE
The book is short, to the point and revealing of the journeys from young to old and every age in between. Music is central to the main character’s being and dancing to each beat like it might be his last. READ MORE
Anyone been to Strawberry Fields in Central Park lately? Did you see the amazing hulk of the Dakota apartment building across the street? You will definitely want to know more about this building and the people who lived there. And The Address makes finding out a really fun read and a great whodunnit from 1884 – 1985 about this iconic place. READ MORE
The love of a child and a parent is sacred. For every parent this book is a must read. You will look closely the next time you see a missing child staring back at you and wonder where he/she is. READ MORE
This book is a brilliant tease of information and insightful incidents that happened in horrific times of the past. In the end, you will know who the “one man” is. The book delves into the losses and guilt that people shared at that time. We get a view of the helpless victims and the evil doers and their motivations. Go to your library and get this book.