Reviews by Janet Trieschman
On 8/31 Janet Trieschman wrote: One Hand, Two Hands by Max Lucado doesn’t disappoint. Upon arrival, I sat down and read it with my daughters. My eldest being in second grade, it was age appropriate for her reading level. While reading, she was able to make a lot of personal connections to the writing and she loved the illustrations ... One Hand, Two Hands
On 8/19 Janet Trieschman wrote: Change Your Church for Good is a solid plan for change. Although I was hoping for radical or new ideas, what was presented was good. The information is usable as an outlined plan for change for those not knowing where to start or how to change. For those looking for something more than typical ... Change Your Church for Good - Book Review
On 5/19 Janet Trieschman wrote: An adorable book!Great size - 7.1 x 5.2 x 0.4 inches Fantastic for gift giving – Reading level - Ages 9-12 God's Promises for Girls is written by Jack Countryman and Amy Parker, illustrated by Rachelle Miller and published by Thomas Nelson Publishers. The content is grouped together in section like ... Book Review - God's Promises for GIrls
On 5/7 Janet Trieschman wrote: Do you know someone who just got promoted? How about a recent college graduate, or possibly a career change? Classic Wisdom for the Professional Life by Bray Curtis would make a wonderful gift for any of these situations. Classic Wisdom for the Professional Life is a collection of quotes by famous and ... Book Review - "Classic Wisdom for the Professional Life"
On 4/24 Janet Trieschman wrote: One of four volumes, How Should a Christian Live? Word of Promise Next Generation Devotional is a devotional guide directed towards youth. Each volume includes an MP3 CD, a devotional guide and a journaling section. When I requested this title for review, I wasn’t aware its focus was on youth. ... How Should a Christian Live? - Book Review
On 3/22 Janet Trieschman wrote: I knew Rick & Bubba were my kinda folks when their first choice for “Where we Eat” section of the book was the Church Supper! Followed up by “Where we Eat – Part II”, and first place went to the Cracker Barrel. This is a book you don’t have to read from cover to cover, you can enjoy reading ... Book Review - "Rick and Bubba's Big Honkin' Book of Grub"
On 3/12 Janet Trieschman wrote: I recently received "The Flowering Cross" by Beth Ryan to review. I read it to my girls, age seven and four, tonight at bedtime. The girls were excited by the reading. They were engaged, entertained and easily followed along, understanding the meaning of the story. "The Flowering Cross" is an Easter ... The Flowering Cross