The Can You Find My Love? children's book series now has books 1 to 8 translated into Spanish. How exciting this is for the many children who cannot read English. Find a little red heart of love on each page and learn about nature.Continue
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HARRIET’S MONSTER DIARY: AWFULLY ANXIOUS!
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“I love manglemane lions, but that doesn’t mean I want to stand up in front of everyone and talk about them. That sounds absolutely terrible,” Ari confides in Dr. Rawun Melmed’s children’s book, Harriet’s Monster Diary: Awfully Anxious.
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These three novellas span three time periods, 1815, 1862, and 1890. The three ladies in each of the stories had several things in common but the strongest was their spunk. They were strong, opinionated women especially for their time periods.
The Gentleman Smuggler’s Lady started out with a bang. Smuggler’s boarded the ship as it came into shore and Helen was right in the middle of it. She was on a mission to care for her ailing father. So how does it all tie in to her care of her…
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The initial description caught my eye. Lowell, a long haul truck driver, is in a dark place. He carries a bottle of pills in his pocket and is almost constantly feeling for them. He is thinking of suicide to end his meaningless life. The only reason he hasn’t followed through is because of his little dog Rufus. Rufus has a tumor that could be cancer. If he dies Lowell does not know any reason to go on with his own life.
Lowell grabbed my heart and pulled many times. He…
Added by Gail Hollingsworth on February 19, 2019 at 12:42am — No Comments
“But if you really think you must,
Then close your eyes real tight.
And dream a dream of me because
I dream of you each night,” ends Bob Hostetler’s children’s book, Don’t Close Your Eyes: A Silly Bedtime Story.
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“Hooray! It’s time to ride.
We’ll take our bikes outside.
Around the town we’ll glide!
Zip, zip, zip.
Let’s pedal on our bikes!” Maddie Frost rhymes in her children’s book, Jelly Bean Blessings.
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GIVEAWAY & INTERVIEW with Matthew Paul Turner
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His scars are visible.
Hers are hidden…
An Indiana Amish Brides match
After tragedy claimed her husband’s life and her son’s ability to walk, Hannah King doesn’t want a new man. She has her family, a home and…Continue
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“The Third Jihad has already begun–a holy war conducted not only with terror and violence, but also by stealth and intimidation,” Michael Youssef writes at the beginning of his book, The Third Jihad: Overcoming Radical Islam’s Plan for the West.
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Added by connywithay on February 17, 2019 at 6:17pm — No Comments
Hard to Put Down
Okay. Let me begin by saying that as I write this review, I find myself in a bit of a conundrum. It comes from my background of experience with author Shelley Shepard Gray’s earlier books. My experience with this author has been through her works in the genres of romance/historical/mystery&suspense mainly involving Amish and Mennonite. They have also been labeled as religious/christian/clean&wholesome. Thus, my conundrum begins. I had to separate…Continue
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The Alamo Bride is book seven in the Daughters of the Mayflower series. I’ve read all of them so far and they just keep getting better and better. I’m also learning American history in a fun way that was so dull in school. I appreciate each author’s research into the history of our country and how they incorporate it into what Kathleen Y’Barbo calls “bent history”. She uses real facts and sometimes has to bend them just a tad to fit them into her fictionalized storyline. But it does not take…Continue
Added by Gail Hollingsworth on February 16, 2019 at 5:55pm — No Comments
This book three in the Atlanta Justice Series was full of twists and turns. Two incidents that seem totally unrelated, or are they, bring lawyer Mia Shaw into grief, then anger and a case her firm gives her that puts her life in danger.
This can be read as a stand-alone but I highly recommend the first two also. Author and lawyer, Rachel Dylan, brings so much “to the table” with her expertise. There is lots of nail biting, heart thumping action to get the avid reader staying up late at…
Added by Gail Hollingsworth on February 16, 2019 at 5:14pm — No Comments
A most heartfelt thank you to Hannah Howe and the entire Mom's Favorite Reads team for including my "Soul Mate" article in their special February Valentine's Day issue!
Keith and Sue
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The Can You Find My Love? children's educational book series now has Book 8, Morning, in Spanish, La Manana. This series gives children wonderful worldly facts in which they receive a little red heart on each page to let them know they are loved.Continue
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