Monthly Archives: January 2012

“On The Fringe” – A Ghost Story and A Love Story Combo

Book Review : On The Fringe by Courtney King Walker Spoiler Alert! Claire and Addie are best friends and their brothers, Matthew and Daniel are also best friends. As the annoying tag-alongs, Claire and Addie, would follow their brothers on … Continue reading

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“The 10 Habits of Happy Mothers: Reclaiming Our Passion, Purpose, and Sanity” – A Practical Approach To Joy

Book Review : The 10 Habits of Happy Mothers;                                                                    Reclaiming Our Passion, Purpose, and Sanity by Meg Meeker, M.D. Meg Meeker tackles the universal mystery of what makes us happy as human beings and specifically as mothers. She uses her … Continue reading

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“The Magnificent 12, The Call” – When Ordinary Becomes Extraordinary

Book Review : The Magnificent 12, The Call by Michael Grant Spoiler Alert! Mack MacAvoy has a serious case of mediumness. Medium looks, medium grades, in fact everything is medium expect for his many phobias. He is even has a … Continue reading

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“Aurelie, A Faerie Tale” – Not All Faeries Are Nice

Book Review : Aurelie, A Faerie Tale by Heather Tomlinson Spoiler Alert! Aurelie is the princess, but she has three dear friends as a child. Garin who has been fostered in Aurelie’s kingdom and is from the merchant country of … Continue reading

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Censorship vs Parenting

This is quite unusual because I am not reviewing a book. I was recently looking at a blog that said “Stop Censorship!” I have deeply considered what is their intent. I am opposed to government censorship as a principle, however, … Continue reading

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“No: Why Kids – of All Ages – Need to Hear It and Ways Parents Can Say It” – A Parenting Guide For Every American Family

Book Review; No: Why Kids – of All Ages – Need to Hear It                                           and Ways Parents Can Say It  by David Walsh, PhD Dr. Walsh provides an approach for parents to change their parenting techniques through anecdotes stories, purpose in … Continue reading

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“Michael Vey: The Prisoner of Cell 25” – The New Heros Are Geeks

Michael Vey : The Prisoner of Cell 25 by Richard Paul Evans Spoiler Alert! Michael Vey is small for being 14 years old, has Tourette’s, gets tortured by bullies, has a crush on the most popular cheerleader and has one … Continue reading

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