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101 Ways to Have Fun

101 Ways to Have Fun

On 6/17 Amanda Klopping wrote: This book is a super cute gift idea for a preteen or teen girl at the start of the summer.  The title says it all - it's page after colorful page of ideas for things to do when you're bored.  It's in an easy-to-read magazine format.Chapter Topics:  Just for You, Have a Blast with Your ... 101 Ways to Have Fun, from the Editors of Faithgirlz and Girls' Life magazine

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4 Stars

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Siren's Song

Siren's Song

On 5/10 Amanda Klopping wrote: Siren's Song  is the third book in a fantasy trilogy.  I did not realize it was part 3 of a trilogy when I picked it up to read.  Obviously, it would be much better to read parts 1 and 2 first!The writing was solid, but I struggled to get through the book.  This isn't the first time ... Siren's Song, by Mary Weber

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2 Stars

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Mermaid Moon

Mermaid Moon

On 2/14 Amanda Klopping wrote:      In Mermaid Moon, we meet Mallory, who must return to her Maine hometown after the sudden death of her father.  Shortly after arriving, she realizes that her father may have been murdered.  She is joined in this theory by Kevin O'Connor,  a local game warden who is an ... Mermaid Moon, by Colleen Coble

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3 Stars

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The Other Side of the River

The Other Side of the River

On 2/4 Amanda Klopping wrote:      Halpert has written a work that discusses Stonewall Jackson and the faith that inspired him.  It's an interesting concept, as I've never read anything that handles this subject matter.      Unfortunately, the style of the novel made it difficult to read.  It ... The Other Side of the River, by Robert D Halpert, MD.

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2 Stars

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The Girl From the Train

The Girl From the Train

On 1/25 Amanda Klopping wrote:      The Girl From the Train is a delightful journey that I simply did not want to end.  It is a must read for anyone who likes historical fiction from the 1940s and 1950s     Gretl is a little German girl who escapes a train bound for Auschwitz.  Jakob is ... The Girl From the Train, by Irma Joubert

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5 Stars

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Horse in the Wilderness

Horse in the Wilderness

On 12/27 Amanda Klopping wrote: Horse in the Wilderness, by Debbie Eckles, is a story about a man named Brent who moves to a small mountain town in order to reinvent himself after his wife's unfaithfulness and subsequent death.  While there, he meets Autumn, a woman who loves horses almost as much as she loves God.  The two ... Horse in the Wilderness, by Debbie Eckles

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3 Stars

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Falling Like Snowflakes

Falling Like Snowflakes

On 12/16 Amanda Klopping wrote: I think this is the first book in the romantic suspense genre that I've reviewed.  But I was in the mood for some chick lit this holiday season.  I'd read another of Denise Hunter's books, Barefoot Summer, and liked it well enough that I thought I'd give Falling Like Snowflakes a try.This book ... Falling Like Snowflakes, by Denise Hunter

Amanda Klopping's Rating:

4 Stars

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Biff and Becka's Stupendous Vacation

Biff and Becka's Stupendous Vacation

On 10/19 Amanda Klopping wrote:      Biff and Becka's Stupendous Vacation, by Elaine Beachy, is a sweet little story that is probably best used as a read-aloud between parent (or grandparent) and child.  Essentially, it's about a family who for financial reasons needs to scale their annual vacation back to a staycation.  ... Biff and Becka's Stupendous Vacation, by Elaine Beachy

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3 Stars

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The Berenstain Bears' Harvest Festival

The Berenstain Bears' Harvest Festival

On 10/11 Amanda Klopping wrote:      The Berenstain Bears' Harvest Festival, by Mike Berenstain, is a sweet little anecdote about everyone's favorite family from Bear Country.  It is one of the recent Berenstain Bears faith stories, written by the son of the series creators.     Papa, Mama, and the ... The Berenstain Bears' Harvest Festival, by Mike Berenstain

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3 Stars

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Willie Out West

Willie Out West

On 8/10 Amanda Klopping wrote: Willie Out West is a children's read aloud about a young walrus who is asked to save a town from a villain.  The illustrations are adorable, and are the saving feature of the book.As a teacher, I read many children's books, but this one just didn't make much sense to me.  The plot tends ... Willie Out West, by Rhonda Walker

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2 Stars

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101 Things Every Girl Should Know

101 Things Every Girl Should Know

On 8/10 Amanda Klopping wrote: I chose this book for my daughter to read, and it was a good choice because she's already run off with it!  It's basically a girls' magazine in book form - very fun, visually pleasing format.  Like a magazine, it's chock full of tidbits that tweens and younger teens would be interested in. ... 101 Things Every Girl Should Know, by the Editors of Faithgirlz!

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4 Stars

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Motivate Your Child

Motivate Your Child

On 6/18 Amanda Klopping wrote:      After years of searching, I have finally found the parenting resource I've been looking for.  Motivate Your Child is the first tool I've seen that finally acknowledges that the conscience of a child needs to be trained before your child is expected to know right from ... Motivate Your Child, by Dr. Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller

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5 Stars

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Women are Scary

Women are Scary

On 3/30 Amanda Klopping wrote:      Women are Scary is ostensibly a book about how to find, make, and keep female friends while managing to be a mother at the same time.  What it ends up being is a humorous memoir about the difficulties that mothers have trying to maintain adult friendships.  Which, as most ... Women Are Scary, by Melanie Dale

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3 Stars

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Jesus Swagger

Jesus Swagger

On 3/25 Amanda Klopping wrote: Jesus Swagger: Break Free from Poser Christianity is probably a good book for brand-new Christians who are looking to become something more than Sunday Morning Christians.  The book's premise is the importance of living a Christ-like life at all times, not just for an hour on the weekend.  And ... Jesus Swagger, by Jarrid Wilson

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2 Stars

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10 Ultimate Truths Girls Should Know

10 Ultimate Truths Girls Should Know

On 3/12 Amanda Klopping wrote:      There are so many powerful messages for girls in this book, it's impossible to list them all in an appropriately-sized review.  However, the 10 truths that are discussed in this book are certainly important for every girl to know.  The book steers girls middle school and ... 10 Ultimate Truths Girls Should Know, by Kari Kampakis

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4 Stars

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Messy Beautiful Love

Messy Beautiful Love

On 12/25 Amanda Klopping wrote:      This is a book that is well worth the read.  Darlene Schacht, creator of the blog "Time Warp Wife," has done a fantastic job of showing what God can do through one woman.       The book discusses what it is to be a wife in a God-honoring marriage.  More ... Messy Beautiful Love, by Darlene Schacht

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5 Stars

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Palace of Darkness

Palace of Darkness

On 11/11 Amanda Klopping wrote: Palace of Darkness: A Novel of Petra, is the third book of Higley's that I have read, and this novel did not disappoint!  This is a tale of a woman who has to make a life for herself and her son after her husband's death.  Her journey takes her to Petra (you may recognize the city carved out ... Palace of Darkness, by Tracy L. Higley

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4 Stars

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Bug Swamp's Gold

Bug Swamp's Gold

On 10/6 Amanda Klopping wrote:      Bug Swamp's Gold, by Billie H. Wilson, is a memoir of a young girl's experiences growing up during the 1930s and 1940s in rural South Carolina.  I appreciated this book for the great gift that it must be to the author's family.  There are so many fantastic stories of the ... Bug Swamp's Gold, by Billie H. Wilson

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3 Stars

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7 Ways to Be Her Hero

7 Ways to Be Her Hero

On 8/21 Amanda Klopping wrote: Seven Ways to Be Her Hero is a self-help book on marriage written specifically for men.  It offers advice on various topics essential to a good marriage - listening, putting your wife’s needs on high priority, putting aside pride, and shepherding your wife’s heart.Every piece of advice in this ... Seven Ways to Be Her Hero, by Doug Fields

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3 Stars

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Samantha Sanderson On the Scene

Samantha Sanderson On the Scene

On 7/15 Amanda Klopping wrote: This is the second book in a middle grades Christian series about Samantha Sanderson, a seventh grade reporter.  I didn’t like the first book because I thought the characters had questionable values.  But I wanted to try this second one because I did like the basic premise. This book ... Samantha Sanderson: On the Scene, by Robin Caroll

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3 Stars

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Samantha Sanderson At the Movies

Samantha Sanderson At the Movies

On 7/12 Amanda Klopping wrote: This middle grades book for Christian girls is the first in a series about Samantha Sanderson, a seventh grader with a passion for journalism.  In this installment, Samantha tries her hand at investigative reporting as she tries to solve the mystery of who planted a bomb at the local movie theater. ... Samantha Sanderson: At the Movies, by Robin Carroll

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2 Stars

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The Butterfly and the Violin

The Butterfly and the Violin

On 7/6 Amanda Klopping wrote:   The Butterfly and the Violin surprised me with its beauty.  It is a poem in an otherwise prosaic world, a work of art that should not be missed. The plot is wonderfully woven, telling two stories across time.  The first is that of Adele Von Bron, a Christian violinist who is sent ... The Butterfly and the Violin, by Kristy Cambron

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5 Stars

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The Queen's Handmaid

The Queen's Handmaid

On 7/2 Amanda Klopping wrote: The Queen’s Handmaid is Tracy L. Higley’s finest work yet.  She has taken the history of the era of Herod the Great and Cleopatra, and woven a compelling fictional adventure throughout. Lydia is valued servant to Cleopatra - but she is forced to flee Egypt with Herod to protect herself and ... The Queen's Handmaid, by Tracy L. Higley

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5 Stars

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Smart Money Smart Kids

Smart Money Smart Kids

On 5/18 Amanda Klopping wrote:      Smart Money, Smart Kidsis well worth the read, no pun intended. Speaking as an educator with an undergrad degree in business administration/accounting, I think this book is excellent on two fronts.  First, I think the authors' program for teaching children financial responsibility ... Smart Money, Smart Kids, by Dave Ramsey and Rachel Cruze

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5 Stars

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Daisies Are Forever

Daisies Are Forever

On 4/30 Amanda Klopping wrote: Daisies are Forever is a story of an American in Germany during World War II.  It is a story of survival, of a group of innocents trying to flee the Soviet occupation of Berlin in the final days of the war.  It is based on the lives of two women - Ruth Lippert, who led a group of ten people ... Daisies Are Forever, by Liz Tolsma

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3 Stars

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The Devil Walks in Mattingly

The Devil Walks in Mattingly

On 4/19 Amanda Klopping wrote: The Devil Walks in Mattinglyis an exploration into the lives and regrets of a small town sheriff and his wife.  Both of them are dealing with guilt from their involvement in the twenty-year-old death of a high school classmate. The exact nature of their involvement remains a mystery almost until ... The Devil Walks in Mattingly, by Billy Coffey

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4 Stars

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Daughters in Danger

Daughters in Danger

On 2/23 Amanda Klopping wrote: Daughters in Danger, by Elayne Bennett, is purportedly about how we can protect our daughters from the threats of our culture.There can be no doubt that the girls of today face serious obstacles to their health and well-being.  When I picked this book up, I was hoping for a book that would address ... Daughters in Danger, by Elayne Bennett

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2 Stars

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Love & Respect in the Family

Love & Respect in the Family

On 1/5 Amanda Klopping wrote: Love and Respect in the Familymight just be Dr. Eggerichs' best work yet.  I'd been impressed by his Love and Respect, but this volume is more geared toward families with children. It's chock full of guidance on keeping a family on the right track.Dr. Eggerichs offers his ideas about what he calls ... Love and Respect in the Family, by Dr. Emerson Eggerichs

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5 Stars

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31 Days To Happiness

31 Days To Happiness

On 11/11 Amanda Klopping wrote: Suffice it to say, this was not the book I thought it was going to be, based on the title.  So much for judging a book by its avatar!  I was pleasantly surprised by David Jeremiah's book.  I thought I was getting a fluff piece on the Magical Happy Land some people think we're entitled ... 31 Days to Happiness, by Dr. David Jeremiah

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5 Stars

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Jesus on Every Page

Jesus on Every Page

On 9/18 Amanda Klopping wrote: Jesus on Every Page - 10 Simple Ways to Seek and Find Christ in the Old Testament is a thought-provoking book that links the New and Old Testaments in a way that is not often done in the modern church.I will say, this is not the book I was expecting to read. When I first opened this book, I thought that ... Jesus on Every Page - 10 Simple Ways to Seek and Find Christ in the Old Testament, by David Murray

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5 Stars

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Reclaiming Love

Reclaiming Love

On 7/27 Amanda Klopping wrote:      Reclaiming Loveis nothing short of an amazing book.  I so admire Ajith Fernando for the time and prayerful thought that he must have put into writing this book.  He takes the definition of love that Paul gives in 1 Corinthians 13 and turns these few words into an in depth ... Reclaiming Love: Radical Relationships in a Complex World, by Ajith Fernando

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5 Stars

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Intentional Parenting

Intentional Parenting

On 5/14 Amanda Klopping wrote: Intentional Parenting is by far one of the best parenting books that I have read.  And it's no wonder, since the authors have vast experience at a family counseling center.  So, not only have they been to the circus, they've been the lion tamers as well - so to speak.In all seriousness, though, ... Intentional Parenting, by Sissy Goff, David Thomas, and Melissa Trevathan

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5 Stars

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The Christian Mama's Guide to the Grade School Years

The Christian Mama's Guide to the Grade School Years

On 3/21 Amanda Klopping wrote: The Christian Mama's Guide to the Grade School Years, by Erin MacPherson, is a humorous account of what it is like to usher a child into the first few years of school.  It is a book geared toward prayerful parenting, and one that many parents would enjoy reading.  It has great ideas, and is ... The Christian Mama's Guide to the Grade School Years, by Erin MacPherson

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4 Stars

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Accidental Pharisees

Accidental Pharisees

On 3/19 Amanda Klopping wrote: Accidental Pharisees is a pretty clever name for an important topic.  The premise of this book is a discussion of overzealous faith and how to avoid it.  By using the Pharisees and their lack of understanding about the spirit behind doctrinal laws, author Larry Osborne tries to show Christians ... Accidental Pharisees, by Larry Osborne

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3 Stars

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Confessions of April Grace: Chocolate-Covered Baloney

Confessions of April Grace: Chocolate-Covered Baloney

On 3/11 Amanda Klopping wrote: Chocolate-Covered Baloney: Confessions of April Grace, by KD McCriteApril Grace Reilly is a sixth-grade girl who definitely knows her own mind.  And in her topsy-turvy world, that's a very good thing.  She's got a grandmother who's dating a pastor from a neighboring church, an annoying sister ... Chocolate-Covered Baloney: Confessions of April Grace

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5 Stars

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House of Mercy

House of Mercy

On 1/13 Amanda Klopping wrote: House of Mercy, by Erin Healy, is a story of charity, forgiveness, and redemption.  Its main characters are members of a Rocky Mountain ranching family who are trying to succeed despite personal conflicts and pending financial ruin.I was excited to read this book because I had read Healy's The Promises ... House of Mercy, by Erin Healy

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3 Stars

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Starring Me

Starring Me

On 8/13 Amanda Klopping wrote:            Starring Me is a YA book about seventeen-year-old Chad, who has been a pop star since winning a major television talent competition.  He's trying to break into acting with his own show - but, his parents insist that his female co-host ... Starring Me, by Krista McGee

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2 Stars

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Garden of Madness

Garden of Madness

On 8/11 Amanda Klopping wrote:            Garden of Madness is a story that was inspired by characters in the Biblical book of Daniel.  Tracy L. Higley tells the story of a Babylonian princess who both literally and figuratively races to save her family and her country from a ... Garden of Madness, by Tracy L. Higley

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5 Stars

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This Scarlet Cord

This Scarlet Cord

On 8/1 Amanda Klopping wrote:            In this interesting twist on the five chapters of the Book of Joshua that discuss Rahab, we get a glimpse into Jericho as it might have been before and during its fall.  Rahab is a young Canaanite woman who in this story falls in love ... This Scarlet Cord, by Joan Wolf

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3 Stars

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Spirit Fighter

Spirit Fighter

On 7/4 Amanda Klopping wrote:             In this tale of adventure, 13-year-old Jonah and his sister Eliza are part-angels on a mission to save their mother from the forces of evil. Their mother, a nephilim half-angel, has been kidnapped by fallen angels. Jonah and his sister, ... Spirit Fighter, by Jerel Law

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4 Stars

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The Founders' Key

The Founders' Key

On 7/3 Amanda Klopping wrote:            The Founders' Key is largely a historical discussion of the link between the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution.  It brings to light the intentions of the Founding Fathers as evidenced by outside sources such as the ... The Founders' Key, by Larry P. Arnn

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3 Stars

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Heart of Gold

Heart of Gold

On 2/11 Amanda Klopping wrote: Heart of Gold, by Robin Lee Hatcher, is the story of a young woman who moves with her minister father from the Confederate South to Idaho. Her southern sympathies are challenged as she meets people with differing viewpoints. She finds that she must better know her own mind as she makes a place for herself ... Heart of Gold, by Robin Lee Hatcher

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3 Stars

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The House On the Corner

The House On the Corner

On 1/21 Amanda Klopping wrote: The House on the Corner, by Michael Rains, is a novel about a boy who goes on a quest ostensibly to fight against a corporation that is controlling people's minds. He joins a group of people who are also working together toward this end.Honestly, I was very confused throughout much of this book. The ... The House on the Corner, by Michael Rains

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1 Stars

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Beyond Molasses Creek

Beyond Molasses Creek

On 1/21 Amanda Klopping wrote: Beyond Molasses Creek, by Nicole A. Seitz, is ultimately a story of finding peace and spirituality.  Along the way, Seitz takes the reader on two parallel journeys - that of an American woman trying to find a place in her life's future, and a Nepalese woman trying to find the true story of her past.I ... Beyond Molasses Creek, by Nicole A. Seitz

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4 Stars

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Your 100 Day Prayer

Your 100 Day Prayer

On 1/8 Amanda Klopping wrote: This is certainly one of the best daily devotional books I've seen. As the title states, the book guides the reader through 100 days of Bible study, reflection, journaling, and prayer. The idea is to bring the same issue before God for 100 days, practicing persistence in prayer as Christ taught.I admit ... Your 100 Day Prayer, by John I. Snyder

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5 Stars

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The Bone House

The Bone House

On 1/7 Amanda Klopping wrote: The Bone House, by Stephen R. Lawhead, is an interesting foray into the realm of speculative fiction. The main character, Kit, and his allies must travel through different parallel dimensions on a quest to find The Skin Map.  The Skin Map charts the different dimensions of this "multiverse," but ... The Bone House, by Stephen R. Lawhead

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4 Stars

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Cherished

Cherished

On 9/2 Amanda Klopping wrote: Cherished  is a novel that is ultimately about the choices we make in life and the consequences that follow. More importantly, it is a novel about forgiveness and redemption. It inspires the reader through several different story lines about a St. Louis family and their friends.I think that what ... Cherished, by Kim Cash Tate

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3 Stars

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Stained Glass Hearts

Stained Glass Hearts

On 8/22 Amanda Klopping wrote: Stained Glass Hearts, by Patsy Clairmont, purports to discuss the feelings of brokenness - the sense that life must be something more - that many of us have.  The book is advertised as showing the reader how to see her life in a new way. The reader is to be led to see her life as a work of art.I ... Stained Glass Hearts - Seeing Life from a Broken Perspective, by Patsy Clairmont

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3 Stars

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Why God Won't Go Away

Why God Won't Go Away

On 7/31 Amanda Klopping wrote: Why God Won't Go Away: Is the New Atheism Running On Empty? by Alister McGrath, is a thought-provoking book about the flaws of the New Atheist movement. While the title is a bit misleading - McGrath states in the final chapter that this book isn't the forum to explain why humans continue to be drawn ... Why God Won't Go Away: Is the New Atheism Running on Empty? - Alister McGrath

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4 Stars

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God's Love Letters to You

God's Love Letters to You

On 7/5 Amanda Klopping wrote: As the title says, this book is a devotional that was designed to be read over forty days. It focuses on ridding our minds and souls of the negative thoughts that bombard us from all directions in a fallen world. The author seeks to remind us of the positive thoughts that are sent to us by God through ... God's Love Letters to You: A 40-Day Devotional Experience, by Dr. Larry Crabb

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5 Stars

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The Seraph Seal

The Seraph Seal

On 6/24 Amanda Klopping wrote: The plot of this apocalyptic novel is a simple one:  The end of times is upon the world. The few remaining faithful have a short amount of time to decipher clues that indicate that, yes, the end of the world is here, so that they can adequately prepare as many people as possible for the final day. ... The Seraph Seal, by Leonard Sweet and Lori Wagner

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2 Stars

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No He Can't

No He Can't

On 5/16 Amanda Klopping wrote: The title of this book says it all: McCullough is not a fan of Obama's policies, and the book is devoted to listing specific offenses. It is divided into sections on the economy, domestic and foreign policy, and morality. I was looking forward to reading this book because I felt that it would provide ... No, He Can't: How Barack Obama is Dismantling Hope and Change, by Kevin McCullough

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2 Stars

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Lead. Serve. Love.

Lead. Serve. Love.

On 4/26 Amanda Klopping wrote: This book would make an excellent gift for a Christian in any stage of the journey. It would also make a wonderful Bible study for teens and adults alike. The book is a compilation of three-word phrases designed to help the Christian lead a more Christ-like life. Relevant Bible verses accompany each ... Lead, Serve, Love, by Gregory E. Lang

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5 Stars

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Max On Life

Max On Life

On 4/18 Amanda Klopping wrote: What proof do we have that the resurrection really happened? Do people who have never heard of God get to go to heaven? Why do bad things happen to good people? How can you teach a child humility without destroying his self-esteem? And what's really permissible in the Christian marriage bed?These are ... Max on Life, by Max Lucado

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5 Stars

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Johann Sebastian Bach

Johann Sebastian Bach

On 4/15 Amanda Klopping wrote: Three out of five starsThe premise of this book is a discussion of Johann Sebastian Bach and the influences that inspired his music. As biographies go, it is short and a quick read, offering a glimpse into the man who himself had a wide impact on the musical world.Of Bach's great many works, the one ... Johann Sebastian Bach, by Rick Marschall

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3 Stars

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The Final Summit

The Final Summit

On 4/11 Amanda Klopping wrote: Four out of Five Stars                             The Final Summit tells the continued story of David Ponder, who has been called by the archangel Gabriel to lead a ... The Final Summit, by Andy Andrews

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4 Stars

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Unsinkable

Unsinkable

On 4/4 Amanda Klopping wrote: Four out of Five StarsThis is the semi-autobiographical account of Abby Sunderland, the sixteen-year-old American who attempted to sail solo around the world in 2010. The book is written partly in Sunderland's first-person voice, and partly in third person to describe her background, the preparations ... Unsinkable: A Young Woman's Courageous Battle on the High Seas, by Abby Sunderland and Lynn Vincent

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4 Stars

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A Conversation with God for Women

A Conversation with God for Women

On 3/19 Amanda Klopping wrote:             Essentially, this book is presented in a FAQ-style format. It poses questions that many Christians have about their faith and what God expects from us. It answers these questions in the first person, as though God, Christ, or other people ... A Conversation with God for Women, by Marcia Ford

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5 Stars

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The Promises She Keeps

The Promises She Keeps

On 2/26 Amanda Klopping wrote: 5 out of 5 starsThe Promises She KeepsErin HealyThomas Nelson (2010)ISBN 978-1-59554-751-4The Promises She Keeps is a deeply compelling story about love and the decisions we make about what we do with the time we have in this life. The back of the book almost makes it sound like a romance, but instead ... The Promises She Keeps, by Erin Healy

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5 Stars

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