Reviews by Lee Ann Perez
On 11/24 Lee Ann Perez wrote: Riley provides us with unexpected inspiration in this delightful and happy book. After her own devastating diagnosis, Riley has gone on to share her love of children with the world. Ever feel uninspired, like you are down on your luck? This book, Riley Unlikely, by Riley Banks-Snyder, will help turn ... Book Review- Riley Unlikely
On 8/18 Lee Ann Perez wrote: Amish books have been my favorite form of fiction for many years now, and Amy Clipston has been one of the authors I look for. In her latest novel, The Courtship Basket, the notion of love at first sight comes to life. As Rachel and Mike work together for the good of his brothers education and well ... Amish Love at First Sight
On 7/15 Lee Ann Perez wrote: Writing this book review is a little odd- how does one go about reviewing the Bible? Well, it's certainly not about content or writing style. In this review of American Woman's Bible- NKJV, from Thomas Nelson publishers, I have had the opportunity to look at the bible from a different perspective. ... Perfect Addition to Home School Curriculum
On 6/24 Lee Ann Perez wrote: We love all things Amish and that now includes this terrific book of four novellas from publisher Thomas Nelson. An Amish Market is a compilation of stories from some of the best Amish writers. Amy Clipston , Kathleen Fuller, Kelly Irvin, and Vannetta Chapman each write about the trials and romance ... Trials and Romance in An Amish Market
On 1/22 Lee Ann Perez wrote: Christmas may be over, but it is always a great time to read a good Amish book. This collection of three novellas, An Amish Christmas Gift, by Amy Clipston , Ruth Reid, and Kelly Irvin bring to life the hope, faith, family and community that makes the Amish culture so unique. While I have enjoyed each ... It doesn't have to be Christmas to enjoy these stories!
On 1/16 Lee Ann Perez wrote: True music lovers know there is much more to a song than the words and notes on a written page or what is being sung. In this detailed and historically accurate book, Andrew Gant delves into the history of 21 of our favorite Christmas Carols. From Hark, The Herald Angels Sing, to Jingle Bells and Away ... interesting, geared toward history/music buffs