Reviews by alison
On 7/6 alison wrote: Then Sings My Soul provides the history of some of the most popular and well-loved hymns. It includes songs from hundreds of years ago up through today. The histories of each hymn are just a page or two in length, providing a deep yet concise bit of information about the hymns.This book was such a joy ... Then Sings My Soul by Robert J. Morgan
On 1/13 alison wrote: I love football. L-O-V-E it. I couldn't wait to read this book, thinking it might give me an inside view on what it's like to actually play the sport. That said, this wasn't the most enjoyable book to me, I had a hard time staying focused while reading it.I did appreciate the stories from Mr. Flynt's ... The Power-Based Life by Mike Flynt
On 10/20 alison wrote: I was excited to read this book to my 19 month old son, but I wasn't prepared for how GREAT of book it would be! We both enjoy the great illustrations in the book. The stories are clever enough for adults to smile when reading them, and have that sing-songy quality that make kids want to read it over ... Really Woolly is Really Great!
On 10/4 alison wrote: Having never read the Bible cover to cover (even though I've been a Christian nearly my whole life), I was excited to read 66 Love Letters - thinking it would give me some insight and a basic summary to each chapter. My first impression was that the book was very long, and I was intimidated about ... 66 Love Letters by Dr. Larry Crabb
On 10/4 alison wrote: I was excited to read this book since I follow Pete's blog, but was admittedly going into reading it with a bit of a "so what" attitude. I thought this book was strictly for people who were up against a huge plan B situation - sudden death of a loved one, an unexpected illness, or the like. Little ... Plan B by Pete Wilson