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Boisseau’s Emet Truth by Masika Ray

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

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Gary the Greater Gator by Je’Quita Zachary Johnson

  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,

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Parables and Secrets

My April Bookshelf: Parables and Secrets

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

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Successful Women Speak Differently

Book Review: Successful Women Speak Differently by Valorie Burton

  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

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February Bookshelf - All About Love

February Bookshelf | All About Love

  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 &

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January Friday Finds and Changes

January Bookshelf and Friday Finds Changes

  The way to may heart is books. I think I married my husband because his first gift to me was a copy of Paradise by Toni Morrision. Since then, he’s been a benefactor of sorts to my book addiction, even purchasing my 1st Generation Kindle and, more recently, a Kindle Paperwhite. A few years

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Like a Brother by Maurice M. Gray, Jr.

  Jeremiah McAllister lost his entire family before he turned eighteen, but was blessed with another one. As the oldest of more than a dozen young adults mentored by CC Dawson and her husband Thurman, Jeremiah takes his role as oldest brother within their chosen family seriously. To his siblings, he is confidante, emergency contact,

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