Recommended to: sleep walkers, those who don't understand sleepwalkers, those who live with sleep walkers, non-fiction lovers who want "something interesting."
Little Children by Tom Perrotta. I listened to this book on audio. It was good in a disturbing way. A pedophile, adulterers, annoying toddlers; they all make for a compelling story, at least.
Recommended to: working women, stay-at-home moms, stay-at-home dads, all kinds of parents, fans of Jodi Picoult.
How to Save a Life by Sara Zarr. This is an angsty teen fiction novel about a girl who’s father died and her mother sets up an open adoption for a new baby. The mother of said baby enters their lives, and her own story is interesting too. This was also an audio selection this month.
Recommended to: Older teens, kids who have lost a parent, teen parents