Reviews by Brenda Coats
On 8/16 Brenda Coats wrote: The Same Kind of Different As Me, by Ron Hall and Denver Moore is a true story (told in two voices) of friendship, loyalty, and heartbreak. Denver grew up as a sharecropper, but eventually turned away from it and landed on the streets of Fort Worth. By the time he meets Ron and his wife, Debbie, he's ... book review: the same kind of different as me
On 6/7 Brenda Coats wrote: Buried Alive, by Roy Hallums, is a true story of an American contractor working in Iraq, kidnapped by Iraqi insurgents. He was help captive for 311 days. Most of those days were spent in a concrete tomb, infested with sand fleas, where he was poorly treated - to put it mildly. Hallums not only shares ... book review: buried alive
On 1/7 Brenda Coats wrote: If you love U.S. History, God, and America, get this book! One of my goals in life is to tour Washington D.C., but until then, this book served as a sneak peek of what I will find when I finally make the trip. Beautiful photography by Newt Gingrich's wife, Callista, is all throughout the book, giving ... Sneak Peek of Washington D.C.
On 12/1 Brenda Coats wrote: Fear is something we all experience, and I am not immune. In fact, I have welcomed fear in my life numerous times, and under numerous situations. In Fearless, Max Lucado addresses the very real, and sometimes ominous presence of fear in our lives ... from fear that God is not real, to fear of violence, ... Fearless Review
On 8/12 Brenda Coats wrote: This Read and Share Toddler Bible is graced with adorable illustrations (by Steve Smallman), and easy to understand stories for your little ones (by Gwen Ellis). It begins with the Old Testament, followed by the New Testament - an excellent way of helping parents get their toddlers accustomed to the ... Great Way to Start Toddlers Off Right!