Monthly Archives: June, 2014

Review: Atlas Girl by:Emily T. Wierenga

 About the Book:Disillusioned and yearning for freedom, Emily Wierenga left home at age eighteen with no intention of ever returning. Broken down by organized religion, a childhood battle with anorexia, and her parents’ rigidity, she set out to find God somewhere else–anywhere else. Her travels took her across Canada, Central America, the United States, the …

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Litfuse Review: Seagrass Pier by:Colleen Coble

About the Book:In a secluded corner of Hope Beach, one woman must decipher a stranger’s memories . . . before they cost her everything. Elin Summerall was one of the lucky ones. Not only did she get a heart transplant, but the donor was a perfect fit. A miraculously perfect fit. But when Elin begins …

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Review: Patches&Buttons by:Jennifer Link

About the Book:Younger children might be afraid of noises and this book might be able to help them. Patches, a dog, and Buttons a bunny live in the same house. Buttons seems to be afraid of almost all the noises in the house from Patches barking to the vacuum cleaner running and even the water …

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Review: The Fragrance of Crushed Violets by:Cathy Bryant

About the Book:What do we do when a loved one, boss, co-worker, friend, or enemy seem determined to bring us down through an attack? How do we handle it when their assault is personal, public, deep, unjust, unfair, and unfounded? Take it one step further. How do we deal with meaningless acts of destruction and …

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CFBA Review: Rival Hearts by:Tara Randel

This week, theChristian Fiction Blog Allianceis introducingRival HeartsAbingdon Press (June 17, 2014)byTara Randel ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Tara Randel has enjoyed a lifelong love of books, especially romance and mystery genres, so it didn’t come as a surprise when she began writing with the dream of becoming published. After finding Romantic Times magazine in a bookstore …

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Rhyme to Read Giveaway Hosted by Pea of Sweetness Sponsored by Rhyme to Read Co-Hosted by Deals of Sweetness

Rhyme to Read Giveaway Hosted by Pea of Sweetness Sponsored by Rhyme to Read Co-Hosted by Deals of Sweetness Rhyme to Read is a highly effective program for beginning readers. The program emphasizes word families (e.g., cat, rat, sat) which are color-coded to assist children in discriminating the different patterns. The only prerequisites are the …

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Review: All Right Here by:Carre Armstrong Gardener

About the Book:Ivy Darling can’t have children of her own, and her husband Nick’s resentment is forcing them apart. And while Ivy has the support and love of her large, close-knit family, Nick’s family has never welcomed her into the fold.When the three children next door are abandoned by their mother, Ivy and Nick take …

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Review: The Illusion of More by:Harris III

 About the Book:Is the grass really greener on the other side?  … Or is this the ultimate illusion?   The first man and woman were closer to God than any other creature on Earth. They had everything they could have ever wanted: healthy timeless bodies, an endless supply of food and water, and a beautiful garden …

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Review: The Homesick Texan’s Family Table Cookbook by:Lisa Fain

About the Book:From beloved food blogger Lisa Fain, aka the Homesick Texan, comes this follow-up to her wildly popular debut cookbook, featuring more than 125 recipes for wonderfully comforting, ingredient-driven Lone Star classics that the whole family will love. There are few things finer than a delicious, homemade meal shared with family and friends. Take …

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Review: Teen Study Bible,NIV by:Richards(editor) Zondervan Publishing

 About the Book:The bestselling NIV Teen Study Bible has an all-new updated design to appeal to the next generation of teens. Packed full of study features that help today s students learn more about God, the Bible, and how God s Word relates to their lives, this Bible includes the following features: We Believe unpacks …

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