The Slope of Kongwa Hill

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This is a sponsored post. The Slope of Kongwa Hill, featured as the OnlineBookClub.org Book of the Day on March 28, 2017, is the debut novel of Anthony Edwards. In the opening of the book, we meet Edwards, as he narrates his story. Edwards’ parents live and work in Africa, and from a young age, it … Read more

Cancelled

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This is a sponsored post. Cancelled: The Ultimate October Surprise, a novel by author Michale Pinksy, is a surprisingly smart. It was featured as the OnlineBookClub.org Book of the Day on March 27, 2017. Cancelled follows the story of a fictional election year in the United States. Loose canon Austin Howard, businessman and political outsider, has shocked … Read more

The Plans I Have for You Bible

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Lately (you may have noticed), I’ve had an influx of study Bibles that were developed with children in mind. The latest in these is The Plans I Have for You Holy Bible. Based on the children’s book, The Plans I Have For You by author Amy Parker, this is a pretty cool variation. Parker’s storybook inspires … Read more

Once Upon a Time Holy Bible and Storybook Bible

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Last week, I received this beautiful set of books from Zonderkidz, the Once Upon A Time Storybook Bible and the Once Upon a Time Holy Bible. These are brilliantly illustrated books that let you share the Bible with children at two very different levels of reading readiness. The Once Upon A Time Storybook Bible is … Read more

Rapier

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Rapier is a really fun book by Doc Corea. Imagine combining the best parts of space travel with the best aspects of pirate stories. Now, add in an element of honor… and some bad guys with no honor at all. I was delighted recently to read Rapier, a fast-paced, science fiction, swashbuckling novel from R.A. … Read more

Playing Hurt

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This is a sponsored post. Playing Hurt is a sometimes fascinating novel by author Gerald Nardella. The book was featured as the “OnlineBookClub.org Book of the Day” on March 23, 2017. The story takes place in a small town, over the course of the 1960-1961 school year. The reader is plunged into the story from the first moments, which take … Read more

Ripley’s BOARD BOOKS…? Believe it or Not!

As I’ve posted previously, books from Ripley’s Believe it or Not and Eye-Popping Oddities are very popular in this household. It’s extremely common for me to look up from my coffee in the morning to see the op of someone’s head, bent low over a book, toast in hand. When I ask, “What are you … Read more

Achieve Your Dreams: Why You Don’t and How You Can

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I’m an avid reader of self-help books. It’s less that I’m concerned about improving myself than that I’m always so interested in how others approach becoming closer to what they want to be. I invite you to check out my OnlineBookClub review of Achieve Your Dreams: Why You Don’t and How You Can by Scott Hughes. … Read more