Tag Archives: Book Review

Book Review: The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott

by Kelly O’Connor McNees Amy Einhorn Books Published by G.P. Putnam’s Sons April, 2010 My Rating: A+ When I was a girl, Little Women was a favorite among my friends and I. We read it numerous times. We talked endlessly … Continue reading

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Visiting the Town of Lumby

To read The Lumby Lines is to approach a book in a different manner. Reading this book is equal to a visit to a special place and a special group of people. It’s not your typical page-turner and I mean … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Lonely Hearts Club

by Elizabeth Eulberg Published by Point, an imprint of Scholastic, 2010 My Rating: B Penny Lane is a junior in high school who has just had her first major heartbreak caused by a boy she has known and trusted her … Continue reading

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Book Tour: If The Church Were Christian

Rediscovering the Values of Jesus by Phillip Gulley Harper One, 2010 My Rating: A Before I tell you about this book, you should know that I am a Christian. Except for the past decade, I’ve been an active church member. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Eternal on the Water

by Joseph Monniger Gallery Books, 2010 My Rating: A Eternal on the Water is a beautiful love story. It’s not a romance novel. And, yes, there is a difference. There is no silliness in this story. It’s a beautiful adult … Continue reading

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Book Review: Britten and Brulightly

Written and illustrated by Hannah Berry Macmillan Publishing, 2009 My Rating: A Britten and Brulightly is a mystery set in rainy London. The title refers to a partnership of two private investigators. Britten prefers the term “researcher.” Brulightly is the … Continue reading

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Harlem Renaissance: Ethel Waters

Welcome to today’s stop on the Classics Circuit. During the month of February, the Circuit is celebrating the Harlem Renaissance. We are featuring books, authors and others associated with this time period – roughly around the 1920’s and 1930’s. The … Continue reading

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Book Review: Harlem Stomp

I signed up for the February Classics Circuit featuring the Harlem Renaissance. I realized I didn’t know a lot about the subject, but figured this was a good reason to educate myself. One of the books recommended was this book. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Vanishing Act

by Fern Michaels Kensington Publishing, 2009 My Rating: C+ This hardly ever happens to me but, I was on my way to a dental appointment and realized I didn’t have a book with me. Arghh! I hate to be stuck … Continue reading

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