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(Book review) Nighty night and good night

Reviewed by: Ceil Carey, retired librarian and long-time Book Club leader.   Introduction Title: Nghty night and good night  Author: Michael W. Smith Publisher: Zonderkids Publication Date: 2018 Format: Hard cover Length: 22 pages OVERVIEW After his good night prayers, one night Ben just cannot fall asleep. His fluffy friends try to help him with various […]

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(Book review) The Sea before Us (#1 in the Sunrise at Normandy series)

The tension that existed during the preparation and plans leading up to the D-day invasion are always in the background of this novel.  Good character development, some unexpected plot twists, and attention to historical detail are strong elements in this first novel of a new series called Sunrise at Normandy.

 

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(Book review) Logic’s End

Logic’s End plot and message play off each other seamlessly, conveying a powerful lesson about retaining a sense of  curiosity and about nurturing all one loves and holds dear and hopes for.

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(Book review) The Armoire

Maxine has spent her entire childhood wondering what her grandmother kept hidden in her armoire. Years later, as a college student, Maxine inherits the heirloom and discovers its extraordinary contents, which then take her on a divine journey to discover her purpose.

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