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The Book of Comforts: Genuine Encouragement for Hard Times – Faires, Faires, Wernet, and Wilder

The Book of Comforts is a very special book. Whether you use it for short daily readings or simply read it, the power of God’s promises are beautifully shared. This book would make a wonderful gift for a family member or friend who is dealing with difficulties.

While this complimentary book was provided for review […]

Finish First: Winning Changes Everything – Scott Hamilton

Finishing First focuses on the importance of not being afraid to fail. It actually details why it is so important to fail…So you can learn how to pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and try again. Written in a conversational tone, Hamilton’s book is a quick enjoyable read that packs a strong punch of wisdom.


The Library Book – Susan Orlean

The Library Book is a fascinating book. It details the terrible fire that consumed the Central Branch of Los Angeles Public Library in 1986, but it also serves as a love letter to libraries. It introduces the reader to a variety of different librarians from the past to the present and provides insight regarding how […]

The Better Mom Devotional: Shaping Our Hearts as We Shape Our Homes – Ruth Schwenk

Popular blogger Ruth Schwenk has just released a new devotional. No matter what stage of motherhood you may find yourself, this devotional is a wonderfully uplifting and encouraging resource. Each devotion includes scripture, a short narrative, a prayer, and a couple of questions for further thought and reflection. This one is a winner!

While this […]

365 Devotions for a Thankful Heart – Zondervan

365 Devotions for a Thankful Heart is a lovely little book that provides an encouraging and uplifting devotional for each and every day of the year. Each entry includes a Bible verse, a short reading, and a closing prayer. This little gem would make a lovely Christmas gift!

While this complimentary book was provided for […]

A Light So Lovely: The Spiritual Legacy of Madeleine L’Engle – Sarah Arthur

A Wrinkle in Time captured my imagination as a child and was a favorite. As a result, I was very eager to read this book. It did not disappoint! Although the author does include quite a bit of biographical information about Madeleine L’Engle, the primary focus of the book is detailing the powerful impact and […]

Dear Girl, – Amy Krouse Rosenthal

Dear Girl, is truly a delight. It is a terrific reminder for every girl, no matter what her age, of her worth and her potential. I really liked this one a lot!

Title: Dear Girl, Author: Amy Krouse Rosenthal, Paris Rosenthal, Genre: Juvenile Fiction Publisher: HarperCollins Release Date: December 26, 2017 Pages: 40

Look Out!  It’s a Dragon! – Jonny Lambert

Sweet, kind Sapphire the Dragon finds it difficult to make friends at first, but soon the animals discover that her dragon-nature is not what they originally expected. This lovely story is beautifully illustrated and would make a terrific read-a-loud for young learners as well as more experienced ones.

Title: Look Out! It's a Dragon! Author: Jonny Lambert


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The Better Mom: Growing in Grace between Perfection and the Mess – Ruth Schwenk

The Better Mom is a wonderfully encouraging book for moms. It includes helpful tips and stories that you cannot help but relate to as a mother. Ultimately, Schwenk explores how God uses motherhood as a means to shape us into who He wants us to become. This one is an easy, enjoyable read that will […]

Nerdy Birdy Tweets – Aaron Reynolds

Nerdy Birdy is back with a great new story. He has been introduced to social media and becomes a bit “over-connected”. He has to learn the hard way that real friends you can talk to and share adventures with are the most precious friends. This book has a very powerful message and could be used […]