Monthly Archives: May, 2014

Review: Finding Spiritual Whitespace by:Bonnie Gray

 About the Book:Move beyond Coping and Surviving to a Rejuvenating Place of Soul Rest How many of us find ourselves exhausted, running on empty with no time for rest, no time for ourselves, no time for God? Bonnie Gray knows exactly what that’s like. On the brink of fulfilling a lifelong dream, Bonnie’s plans suddenly …

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Review: Modern Pioneering by:Georgia Pellegrini

 About the Book:A cookbook and backyard gardening and homesteading guide for women who want to grow food efficiently, cook seasonal recipes, or even try foraging, camping, and living off the land. Self-sufficiency is the ultimate girl power Georgia Pellegrini, outdoor adventurer and chef, helps you roll up your sleeves and tap into your pioneer spirit. Grow a small-space …

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Review: Growing Up God’s Way For Boys by:Dr.s C. Richards/L. Jones

 About the Book: Growing up God’s way is a colorful, fully illustrated book available as separate versions for boys and girls. It is intended for children approaching or experiencing puberty, typically represented by the 10-14 years old age range. The artwork has been specially produced or the book and includes accurate biological drawings as well as …

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Review: Growing Up God’s Way For Girls by:Dr.s C. Richards/L. Jones

About the Book: Growing up God’s way is a colorful, fully illustrated book available as separate versions for boys and girls. It is intended for children approaching or experiencing puberty, typically represented by the 10-14 years old age range. The artwork has been specially produced or the book and includes accurate biological drawings as well as …

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Review: Elementary Astronomy:The Universe by:DeRosa/Reeves

About the Book: A positive experience of astronomy and the Creator that is hands-on!Through simple experiments and fact-finding problems, the new Investigate the Possibilities astronomy curriculum brings to light God’s design of this massive and intricate universe. Students will: Read about the historical discoveries of great scientists of the past like Kepler, Galileo, and Newton, …

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Review: A Place In His Heart by:Rebecca DeMarino

 About the Book:Anglican Mary Langton longs to marry for love. Puritan Barnabas Horton is still in love with his deceased wife and needs only a mother for his two young sons. And yet these two very different people with very different expectations will take a leap of faith, wed, and then embark on a life-changing …

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CFBA Review: A Stitch and a Prayer by:Eva Gibson

This week, theChristian Fiction Blog Allianceis introducingA Stitch and A PrayerAbingdon Press (May 20, 2014) byEva Gibson ABOUT THE AUTHOR:  Eva Gibson is the author of twenty books, including A Stitch and a Prayer, the latest release in the Quilts of Love series from Abingdon Fiction. She currently teaches Writing Your Life Story classes for …

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Eco-Friendly Party Favors Giveaway Hosted by Deals of Sweetness

Eco-Friendly Party Favors Giveaway Hosted by Deals of Sweetness Sponsored by Favor Creative Co-Hosted by Pea of Sweetness Emilee from Deals of Sweetness loves all things eco-friendly, so when she discovered eco-friendly party favors, she was excited to check them out! The Herb in a Box Favor is a popular, eco-friendly party favor that is …

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GlobeIn Giveaway Hosted by Deals of Sweetness and Pea of Sweetness

GlobeIn Giveaway Hosted by Deals of Sweetness and Pea of Sweetness Sponsored by GlobeIn At GlobeIn, shoppers discover wonderful one-of-a-kind wares and hear the stories of the artisans first hand. With each click, they become armchair travelers and share in another culture. With each purchase, they support not just an artisan, but their craft and …

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Review: The Curse of the Thrax by:Mark Murphy

About the Book:Jaykriss is a typical teenager. He’s bored with school, the girl he loves doesn’t even know he’s alive, and he and his mother disagree—a lot. Not everything is typical in Jaykriss’s life, however. Glyndich the Great, Jaykriss’s warrior father, died fighting a dragon—and in doing so lost the Bloodsword, a treasured heirloom that …

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