Reviews by HappyGoStuckey
On 6/28 HappyGoStuckey wrote: The only problem I ever have with any of Shauna's books is that they end too soon. No matter the length of the book, I gorge on the first half and then pace myself with small microscopic bits until I come to the sad conclusion that I've read it all. She has an especially beautiful way of writing. Shauna ... Exquisite daily reminders to thoroughly enjoy being alive!
On 3/4 HappyGoStuckey wrote: I am planning early and planning to take our "Easter" with us. That way wherever we are in the days leading up to and after Resurrection Sunday, we can have the tools we need to be purposeful in teaching our children and in preparing our own hearts. I am happy to have a few neat, creative tools to assist ... Great Fun and Interactive Tool!
On 11/14 HappyGoStuckey wrote: The Legend of the Candy Cane by Lori Walburg tells an inspirational story of a little girl named Lucy who discovers the joyous meaning of the candy cane when she meets Mr. John Sonneman and his candy store. Mr. Sonneman moves to town and turns an old building into a wonderful candy store full of all ... Sweet Story with Beautiful Illustrations
On 9/17 HappyGoStuckey wrote: Just reading the subtitle, How Christians Can End Extreme Poverty In This Generation, and feeling my heart immediately ask that telling question, "End?" "Does it say END extreme poverty?" I immediately recognized my problem was that of so many others in my generation. We just don't think we have it in ... Reads like a Coffee Shop Chat with an Impassioned, Well-traveled, Close Friend.