“The Imagine Heaven Devotionalhas been written for personal application of the biblical promises of Heaven, in hopes of bringing Heaven’s blessings to your life today,” the introduction states in John and Kathy Burkes’ book.
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“This fun, crazy joke book is filled with the greatest jokes, stories, knock-knocks, and riddles in the world,” Sandy Silverthorne writes in the introduction of his book, Crack Yourself Up Jokes for Kids.
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This novel is set within the time period of the Indusrial Revolution in Yorkshire, England. Henry Stockton is coming home to the village of Amberdale after serving as a…Continue
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“With questions that tap into your youngster’s creativity, interests, feelings, and spiritual insights, this journal helps you record daily details from your child’s unique perspective,” the back jacket states in the book, The Daily Question for You and Your Child.
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This is the fourth book in The Daughters of the Mayflower series and it is certainly a worthy addition! The Patriot Bride is an exciting…Continue
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In The Lady of Tarpon Springs, Zanna Krykos challenges her family's expectations when she passes the bar exam and becomes a lawyer in their town of Tarpon Springs, Florida. When her friend Lucy unexpectedly loses her father and finds herself inheriting a barely-established sponge business, Zanna volunteers her…Continue
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Two unlikely friends help each other with the death of a child. This is based in the north during the turbulent racial riots of the 60's
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Powerful and moving story based HElene Hanneman's life and that of her 5 children.
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Oh my, where do I begin? This was beyond anything I imagined. Learning history I didn't know through fiction is fun. I learned some real things about George Washington and Benjamin Franklin, who were some of the main characters in this novel, by reading the author's notes at the end. Fascinating! This was set during the Revotionary War with Paul Revere and Patrick Henry among others featured in the story. Faith and Matthew, the main female and male characters, however, were fictionalized.…Continue
Added by Gail Hollingsworth on August 9, 2018 at 10:22pm — No Comments
In the introduction of Love Life Again Tracie Miles tells readers that "Today can be the first day of the rest of your abundant, joy-filled life" and the last words are "Seize today. Let it be the first day of the rest of your very own joy-filled, dearly loved amazing life." What is sandwiched in the pages between these statements is an encouraging and inspirational book that is filled with her own personal experiences and an abundant use of relatable Bible scripture. There are thirteen…Continue
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“If he knew Andi, she wasn’t going to give up until she had turned over every stone. She’d learn what had weighed so heavily on her father,” Bryce considers in Carol J. Post’s novel, Lethal Legacy.
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In The Best of Intentions, Ms. Mason begins her Canadian Crossings series. Grace Abernathy travels across the Atlantic from England to reach Toronto, in hopes of helping her sister and nephew. However, the Spanish flu has reached her family first, leaving Grace’s nephew an orphan and stranding Grace in Toronto with few options. In her correspondence, Grace was left to believe that the Easton family would never treat her nephew well and she takes drastic measures to become young…Continue
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This was a dual timeline novel with connections on both ends. (Marie 2013 and Annie 1863) They both lived in the same town and the same house but were separated by 150 years. Annie was Marie's great great great aunt and Marie learned a lot not only about Annie but about herself from hearing Annie's story from her Aunt Suz.
I didn't warm up to Marie at the beginning. She was self righteous and always pointing out others sins without examining her own life. She was strict Amish through…
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Shelley Shepherd Gray often writes about the Amish but she doesn't portray them as perfect people with no faults or problems. Her characters are like most of us. We try, we falter and we sometimes fail but through God's love and grace, we can be forgiven. Sadie Detweiler is Amish but she is no different than many other young women who have trusted in the wrong person and then found themselves facing an unplanned pregnancy alone. Sadie is forced to leave her Ohio home and go to live with…Continue
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Caitlin "Cat" Devine is a little too trusting and she learns the hard way that you can't be too careful when you're in possession of a large amount of money that is meant for the mortgage payment on your family's ranch. She and her sister are robbed while on a stage coach traveling home from Austin, Texas and Cat is both terrified and mortified by the robbers' interest in both her and her money. What follows is a heart-warming tale about Cat baking pies and selling her prized quilts to help…Continue
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In the introduction of his new book Michael Youssef offers these encouraging words. "...God loves ordinary people. Most of the heroes in the Bible were ordinary people whom God used in extraordinary ways". He then goes on to explain that they stood out because they were people of prayer. Youssef shares the stories of seven of these ordinary but very extraordinary people and he relates how God heard and answered their powerful prayers. Eliezer, Hannah, David, Daniel, Jonah, Habakkuk and Mary…Continue
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