Ever wonder why people post book reviews - either on their blogs or other mediums? I mean, does anyone even read them? I don't know why it took me so long to put the pieces together, but I used to wonder the same thing. That is, until one day, I thought, "Wait a minute. I... Continue Reading →
Dark Justice delivered exactly what I was expecting when I saw the front cover and read the back blurb. Delivering exactly what the customer was hoping for? I'd say that's worth 4 stars.
THR3E, written by Ted Dekker, had me glued to its pages far into the night and sleeping with my lamp on (as if the extra light would keep me safe!)
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.
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 →
Stones of Time: The Shenanigans Series, Book Two by Andreas Oertel My rating: 3 of 5 stars (Warning: Ending spoiler.)Stones of Time is a time-travel middle grade adventure that combines historical fact with fantasy. Its characters enjoy the natural banter of siblings and friends amidst a plot of mystery and action as they work collectively... Continue Reading →