Suzy’s Favorites: Great Reads and Sweet Treats

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Have you met the owner of the delicious Suzy Swirls Sue Tierno? This week Sue shares with us her favorite books and Swirl mixes. Books and ice cream sure are a great mix! Now that the kids are in school and you {possibly} have five minutes to yourself pick up one of these books from the library and read it Suzy’s Swirl!

Suzy’s Favorite Books:

In film, television, and battle sagas, we crave stories of fearless superheroes, but the heroes we value most are those who grapple not only with their enemies, but with their own vulnerability. This welcome new book explains why honestly accepting our limitations can enhance every aspect of our lives.

From Barnes and Noble

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Think Positive will inspire and uplift readers with its stories of optimism, faith, and strength. In bad times, and good, readers will be heartened to keep a positive attitude. A great start to the New Year.

Every cloud has a silver lining. And the stories in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Think Positive will encourage readers to stay positive because there is always a bright side. This book continues Chicken Soup for the Soul’s focus on inspiration and hope, reminding us that each day holds something to be thankful for.

Great Reads

Suzy’s Favorite Swirls:

  • Island Paradise {Island Coconut Yogurt Swirled with Pineapple Sorbetto}
  • Nutella Dipped Banana {Banana Gelato with Nutella Gelato}
  • Chocolate Latte {Triple Chocolate Yogurt with Espresso Yogurt}

What is your favorite Suzy Swirl mix? What book would you add to the list?


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About Rosemary Bridges 31 Articles
Rosemary is a mom who wears many hats. She is a working mom who has her own business, Rosie Bridges Photography, works full time and has two little boys (Gabriel 1/11 & Rafael 11/12). Together with her husband, David, they set off to find adventures all over Lake County. Rosemary moved to Lake County from Chicago as a teenager and has been a resident for over 10+ years. Although the big city lights have a special place in her heart, the quiet suburbs won her over to raise her children in. Rosemary also blogs and podcasts on RaisingBridges.com with David about Parenting in the technology age. You can find her on social media on Twitter @rosie_bridges and Instagram @rosiebridges.

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