WHAT A PAIR! is clean, and full of childhood pranks and healthy family interactions. I would gladly allow my children to read any of the books in the Double Trouble series.
Friending: Real Relationships in a Virtual World is about so much more than virtual communication; it is an encouraging nudge toward healthy friendships in ALL forms - virtual and physical.
"Why would anyone want to believe in demons?"- The Canary List, Sigmund Brouwer The Canary List by Sigmund Brouwer My rating: 4 of 5 stars Do you think for yourself, or blindly believe everything authorities tell you to believe? Not all is as you think it is... There's more going on behind the scenes than... Continue Reading →
The Weight of Shadows by Alison StrobelMy rating: 4 of 5 stars“Hurting people hurt other people.” This is what a friend of mine told me many years ago, and I continue to see the truth of it.The Weight of Shadows explores the complexities of abusive relationships and the possible motives behind the actions of both... Continue Reading →
The Prodigy by Alton Gansky My rating: 4 of 5 stars The Prodigy is a well-written, fast-paced book. I was hooked by the end of the first page.Its quickly moving plot certainly held my interest, but I think it was actually the controversial themes presented in The Prodigy that kept me reading. I appreciated how... Continue Reading →
Jesus - Safe, Tender, Extreme by Adrian Plass My rating: 4 of 5 stars Jesus – Safe, Tender, Extreme is a long walk with a good friend. It is filled with insights, humor, and stories about real life: not the life we feel we should be living, but the life we’re actually staggering through.Adrian Plass... Continue Reading →
Welcome, my dear readers, to this blog update! If you've been following my blog, you've already noticed by now that I've posted a few book reviews in addition to my usual life experience stories. Why I am posting book reviews: 1. I love to read meaningful books that make me think and also touch my... Continue Reading →
Fish in a Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt My rating: 5 of 5 stars Fish in a Tree was the first book that my son and I read and then discussed for our mother/son book club; and we both loved it!If you want to share a book with your child that paints a beautiful picture... Continue Reading →
Margaret and the Moth Tree by Brit Trogen My rating: 5 of 5 stars Immediately, I fell in love with Margaret. I wanted to pick her up and snuggle her and tell her that she is seen and loved.Margaret and the Moth Tree has a quick-moving plot and distinct characters; and is full of true-to-life... Continue Reading →