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When my kids were real little, I gobbled up books that I could find that were interesting and full of adventure. I always made sure that whatever I was buying them also taught them something. It had to be one that held their interest. When I first heard about Young Adventurer’s Alphabet by Benjamin Wallace, I knew that this was exactly that kind of book.
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Here is the second Christmas book I finished so far this season. I have grown to love Melody Carlson. I have read every single one of her Christmas books and she just keeps getting better and better with each book I have read. Her most recent one is A Simple Christmas Wish.
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One thing that my husband and I have always tried to do is to make sure that both of our kids would be equipped to live and take care of themselves once they leave the nest. That is like one of the MOST important things I have tried so hard to accomplish.
I am proud that my daughter can cook better than me, my son knows how to pay bills, cook for himself and wash his clothing. I would say all in all — we have done a pretty good job.
But there is always something more we could learn and that is where this book comes in handy — Just One More Thing:Before You Leave Home.
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The Bargain –Book one in the Plain City Peace series.
It’s 1971, and Betsie Troyer’s peaceful and predictable life is about to become anything but.
When their parents flee the Amish, nineteen-year-old Betsie and her seventeen-year-old sister Sadie are distraught. Under the dubious guidance of a doting aunt, the girls struggle to keep the secret, praying their parents will return before anyone learns the truth—a truth that may end all hopes of Betsie’s marriage to Charley Yoder.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Litfuse Publicity in exchange for my review. All opinions listed are my own. Winter in Full Bloom will grab your attention right away and it won’t let go until you finish each satisfying word.
I was provided a review copy of this book from Litfuse Publicity in exchange for my review. All opinions listed are my own.
When the world around you falls apart, could it be that God is giving you a second chance? This is just one of the questions on Charlotte Stevenson’s mind as she brings her three grandchildren to live on the family farm in Guidepost Books’ Home to Heather Creek series.
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Amy came to Rosemary Cottage to grieve, to heal, maybe even find love. But there’s a deadly undertow of secrets around Hope Island….
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Christmas is right around the corner, and I LOVE spending time reading to the little kids at church. My kids are almost grown — well my son is grown, and my daughter is 15. We don’t get to snuggle and read as much anymore, so I make sure anytime I need a story fix with kiddos, I grab mine from church and gather them around me. It only happens when I find a book that I feel is worth sharing. I recently found that in the new book for the holidays — The Sparkle Box by Jill Hardie.
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Having a teenage daughter, I am always looking for books or things that will help me talk to her about issues like boys, sex, growing up, mean girls, making friends, etc. When I was contacted and asked to review The Bare Naked Truth, I knew this was going to be a book that was going to be a keeper on my bookshelf.
I was given a copy of this book in order to write my review, however all opinions listed are my own.
My bookshelf is filled with Bibles. I have many different versions — KJV, NIV, HCSB, NASB, NLT, and NKJV. I love all the different variations, because it really helps me to see a verse more clearly when I can read it from different perspectives. My newest Bible, The Woman’s Study Bible, is quickly becoming my favorite.