London & Sydney are two sisters who love to explore the world and want to share what they learn with other little boys and girls everywhere. This first adventure is from the state of Texas.
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It’s back to school time. YAY! Fall—my favorite season—is just around the corner. I’m excited to see the colors change on the trees from beautiful greens to shades of red, brown, and orange. The fall foliage is a plus to living in Georgia, and I get to say goodbye to these hot summer days.
Her Secret Life by Tiffany L Warren Warren’s Her Secret Life is the sobering tale of Onika Lewis, a young woman who can’t seem to escape her past. A smart and beautiful liar, Onika excels and earns a full scholarship to the prestigious Robinson University. Determined to leave her drug addict mother and bible-thumping
Boisseau’s Emet Truth is about an autistic man, Andre, who is falsely accused of raping his niece, Dora. Alexandre and Andre Boisseau are twin brothers. Before dying, their mother encouraged Alexandre to take care of his brother because of his diagnosis. When Andre is accused of raping his niece, society’s pressure forces Alexandre to allow
The symbols > and < can often be very confusing. Gary the Greater Gator was written to help children remember these symbols. Gary the gator picks the number that’s greater. If you don’t know what to do look at Gary he will show you! Buy Gary the Greater Gator. Interview with Je’Quita Zachary Johnson,
Spring has sprung! My April bookshelf is filled with parables and secrets. Last month, I read Debbie Macomber’s newest release If Not for You. You will have an opportunity to read my review in the May issue of the Midwest Book Review. I’m taking a leadership course that is reading intensive. It has really cut
I’ve been following Nigeria on social media for quite some time now. She is a woman who inspires. Nigeria Lockley possesses two master’s degrees, one in English secondary education, which she utilizes as an educator with the New York City Department of Education. Nigeria’s debut novel, Born at Dawn received the 2015 Phillis Wheatley Award
“If Not for You” by Debbie Macomber was given to me by the publisher via NetGalley to review. All opinions are my own. Ballentine Books | ISBN-10: 0553391968 | ISBN-13: 978-0553391961 | March 2017 | $29 | 384 pages “If Not for You” by Debbie Macomber is a love story, family drama and coming of
Can you believe it’s already March? It seems like only yesterday I was celebrating the New Year with my family. Now, the end of the 4th quarter is weeks away. Last month’s bookshelf was challenging. So, I’m still working on Unshakeable by John Eckhardt and Tears We Cannot Stop by Michael Eric Dyson. This
While mindlessly scrolling through Facebook, I noticed a post from a friend that urged her friends to read Successful Women Speak Differently: 9 Habits That Build Confidence, Courage, and Influence. Always a sucker for a book recommendation, I switched to my phone’s Kindle app and one-clicked. I’m glad I did. Seeing this book reminded me
From romance to Black History, February is all about love. This month, my books, while not all sappy love stories, explores the different parts of what makes us human—our relationship with God, our relationships with the people we love—and have loved, and our relationship with the world. All About Love Non-Fiction – Religion &
Frank Herbert’s Dune is arguably the best science fiction book of all time. The novel is a love story and it challenges the ideology of science, politics and religion—especially when they are mixed. From Amazon: Here is the novel that will be forever considered a triumph of the imagination. Set on the desert planet