book review

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Does a feather remember it once was a bird? Does a book remember it once was a word? I’m fascinated about how short a child’s memory can be. My son is 9 1/2. While he […]

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A little red balloon sits on a toy store shelf in his box wanting desperately to be filled with helium so that he can be a big balloon, fly, make friends and see the world. […]

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I love to read. I spend countless hours pouring myself into any and every book I can get my hands on. However, none of the ones I have read have ever touched me like Shari […]

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Life can be hard sometimes. There can be a lot of worries, lots of disappointment, as well as many happy times. During the bad times, we struggle and often forget the saying “Give it to […]

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Although All That I Am by Anna Funder is a novel, it is based on the true story of four young Germans (Ruth, Dora, Hans, and Ernst Toller) who fled their country in order to […]

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If It Was Easy, They'd Call the Whole Damn Thing a Honeymoon

Ready to laugh? Jenna McCarthy (not to be confused with a similarly named Jenny) is ready to deliver almost 300 pages of gut-busting-laughter inducing insights in her new book whose title itself had me giggling […]

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Do you know the difference between wind and blows? Did you know they are friends and love to play in the trees? In Bethany Erin’s The Wind and The Blows, the mischievous Blows dance and […]

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Jennifer is in the Dominican Republic representing 5 Minutes for Mom with Compassion Bloggers. Make sure you check back all this week to read her daily posts. While she is away, I am filling in […]

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