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Treasuring Emma

Treasuring Emma

On 8/2 barbara pierce wrote: This latest novel by Kathleen Fuller is a great insight to an Amish community. This was my first venture into this series, and I certainly plan to read the others. Emma is a tragic character who has experienced tremendous loss in her life; parents, grandfather, first love. Ms. Fuller presents her such ... Treasuring Emma

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4 Stars

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The King and Dr. Nick

The King and Dr. Nick

On 7/6 barbara pierce wrote: This book offers an interesting perspective about the last years of Elvis and the circumstances around his death. The doctor and his family became very involved with Elvis and his downward spiral. The doctor's take on things isn't always what was released in the media. There are even contradictions between ... The King and Dr. Nick

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3 Stars

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Think and Make It Happen

Think and Make It Happen

On 1/3 barbara pierce wrote: Dr. Augusto Cury's book 'Think and Make It Happen' started out as a difficult read for me. I just couldn't seem to connect to the content. But, suddenly by the 2nd chapter, I was engrossed. His explanations and applications were right on target for my life. Dr. Cury shares simple principles by using ... Think and Make It Happen

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3 Stars

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House of Dark Shadows

House of Dark Shadows

On 12/14 barbara pierce wrote: just read book 1 in the series by Robert Liparulo called House of Dark Shadows. This is classified at juvinile fiction. This genre of mystery and time travel is not particularly my cup of tea, but I know that middle school aged children would thoroughly enjoy the edgy action packed story Liparulo tells. The ... House of Dark Shadows

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My Little Girl

My Little Girl

On 12/2 barbara pierce wrote: I recently enjoyed the new book by Tim McGraw and Tom Douglas. It's a sweet picture book that would be a great read aloud to a young girl up to about age 8 or so. It tells the story of Katie and the special day her dad has planned for them to spend together. Katie thinks they may attend a ball or travel ... Tim McGraw's My Little Girl

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