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Read my reviews of books for all ages. Many genres are represented here, from picture books and young adult novels to murder mysteries and biographies.

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Racist Man Demands That A Woman Stop Speaking Spanish On A Plane, Passengers Troll Him By Speaking Spanish Too Racial Diversity, Brand Building, Jersey Girl, How To Speak Spanish, Public Relations, How To Find Out, Novels, Book Reviews, Plane

Review of The Steadfast Series by Nancy Moser

Surviving a plane crash changes one's life forever. So can the consequences of the decisions one makes afterwards. Follow some crash survivors as they decide how to go on with their lives in these Christian suspense novels.

Wouldn't you love to be able to learn about a person's character traits by analyzing handwriting? Handwriting analysis is a fun hobby. Handwriting Samples, Learn Handwriting, Handwriting Analysis, Teaching Credential, Character Trait, Learning To Write, Book Images, What Is Like, Work On Yourself

Reviews of My Favorite Graphoanalysis Books

Wouldn't you love to be able to learn about a person's character traits by analyzing handwriting? Handwriting analysis is a fun hobby. Why not try it?

Adversity and Imagination: Two Book Reviews – Bookworm Buffet Obsessive Compulsive Behavior, I Am Amazing, Seven Years Old, Friends Are Like, All The Way Down, Book Reviews, Get Over It, Memoirs, Book Worms

Adversity and Imagination: Two Book Reviews – Bookworm Buffet

Adversity has many faces. In the true memoir Rough Road Home, a young Army widow with young children, one mentally disabled, struggles to start a new life on an old farm. In the novel Valencia and Valentine, a woman with OCD spends a lifetime straddling the line between reality and her imagination.

Best Books Read in 2018 and First Books in 2019 – Bookworm Buffet Good Books, My Books, Best Track, Murder Mysteries, Im Trying, Book Reviews, Memoirs, Book Worms, Thoughts

Best Books Read in 2018 and First Books in 2019 – Bookworm Buffet

Of the close to 200 books I read in 2018, these are the ones that meant most to me. I have linked to their reviews. I'm trying to keep better track of the books I'm reading in this new year. Here are the ones I've read so far in 2019 with some brief thoughts about them.

Do you know a hoarder you care about? Do you suspect someone you know is a hoarder? If so, you might want to read these two memoirs of women who grew up with hoarding parents and later tried to help them. Murder Mysteries, Heart And Mind, Together We Can, Book Crafts, Book Reviews, Memoirs, Nonfiction, Daughters, Writers

Hoarders' Daughters Tell Their Stories: Book Reviews

Do you know a hoarder you care about? Do you suspect someone you know is a hoarder? If so, you might want to read these two memoirs of women who grew up with hoarding parents and later tried to help them.

Come to the Quiet: The Secrets of Solitude and Rest Solitude, The Secret, This Book, Book Reviews, Books, Rest, Reading, Livros, Libros

Come to the Quiet by Denise George: A Book Review

Are you always tired, longing for rest, never having time to relax? This book will lead you to the quiet place of peace for body, mind, and spirit.

Dear Mad'm (Women of the West): Spend a delightful evening enthralled by the true and captivating experiences of this city lady who at age 80 spent one full year on her mountain mining claim and faced the challenges of a vastly different life. Large Dream Catcher, Book Review Blogs, Nonfiction Books, True Stories, My Books, This Book, About Me Blog, Author, Reading

Dear Mad'm by Stella Patterson: A Book Review

What would possess an 80-year-old-woman to move to a wilderness cabin alone with no modern conveniences? That woman explains in this book.

The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh: A Book Review Foster Care System, Family Budget, Language Of Flowers, Economic Times, Do It Yourself Projects, Garden Crafts, Book Worms, The Fosters, Love Her

The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh: A Book Review – Bookworm Buffet

Victoria, abandoned by her mother at birth and raised in the foster care system, finally becomes the foster child of Elizabeth, a vineyard owner who teaches her the language of flowers. She uses this language to later build a career, but will it help her find the love she seeks?

In Between – Not Just a Title but Also the Theme Lessons Learned, Life Lessons, Moving On In Life, Young Adult Fiction, From Where I Stand, I Want To Know, Girl House, Foster Care, Book Worms

In Between - Not Just a Title but Also the Theme – Bookworm Buffet

We meet 16-year-old Katie in her social worker's minivan enroute to her new foster home with the Scotts in the Texas town of In Between. Her mother is in prison for selling drugs. Katie freaks out when she learns her new foster dad is a preacher. How will she adjust to that?

The Apple Orchard - (Bella Vista Chronicles) by Susan Wiggs (AudioCD) I Love Books, Great Books, Books To Read, Amazing Books, Bella Vista, Apple Orchard, Reading Lists, New York Times, Book 1

The Apple Orchard (Bella Vista Chronicles Book 1)

The Apple Orchard (Bella Vista Chronicles Book 1) - Kindle edition by Wiggs, Susan. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Apple Orchard (Bella Vista Chronicles Book 1).

Would you deal with the Devil to marry the person you love? Darcy had to decide in this variation of Pride and Prejudice after he had alienated Elizabeth and she sent him away. Robin, Stephen King Books, Deal With The Devil, Pride And Prejudice, Free Kindle Books, Romance Novels, Jane Austen, Book Worms, My Books

Understanding Elizabeth by Robin Helm: A Review

Would you deal with the Devil to marry the person you love? Darcy had to decide in this variation of Pride and Prejudice after he had alienated Elizabeth and she sent him away.

Legacy of a Pack Rat by Ruth Bell Graham. A compilation of thoughts and poems written by Mrs. Graham over her lifetime. A lovely read with a biscuit and a cup of tea. It is one of my favorite, read again books. Used Books, Books To Read, My Books, Billy Graham Books, What Is Like, My Love, Collection Of Poems, Rats, This Book

Legacy of a Pack Rat by Ruth Bell Graham: A Book Review

Looking for a book with short doses of inspiration and spiritual insight? Try this!

Buy The Curious Naturalist: Nature's Everyday Mysteries by Sy Montgomery and Read this Book on Kobo's Free Apps. Discover Kobo's Vast Collection of Ebooks and Audiobooks Today - Over 4 Million Titles! The Heavens Are Telling, Books For Moms, Film Books, Middle School Science, What To Read, History Books, The Ordinary, Books To Read, Mystery

Nature's Everyday Mysteries: A Book Review

Let Sy Montgomery show you more about the mysteries of nature you pass by often without really comprehending. They are fascinating.

Want to get middle schoolers interested in science? Introduce them to the mysteries in this book! That's Weird, Middle Schoolers, Handbags Michael Kors, Book Reviews, Ancient History, Mystery, The Past, This Book, Novels

Book Review: That's Weird! Awesome Science Mysteries

Want to get middle schoolers interested in science? Introduce them to the mysteries in this book!

Find out why children continue to love Mr. Bear Squash-You-All-Flat after 67 years. It's now a classic picture book you should give to your favorite child. Murder Mysteries, Kids Corner, Together We Can, Picture Books, Book Crafts, Book Reviews, Nonfiction, Squash, Adventure Travel

Meet Mr. Bear Squash-You-All-Flat: A Book Review

Find out why children continue to love Mr. Bear Squash-You-All-Flat after 67 years. It's now a classic picture book you should give to your favorite child.

How does a woman move on after a painful divorce? Debbie Macomber tackles this subject in her new novel. Debbie Macomber, New Friendship, Girl Guides, Book Reviews, Helping Others, Feels, Books, Livros, Libros

Book Review: Debbie Macomber's A Girl's Guide to Moving On

How does a woman move on after a painful divorce? Debbie Macomber tackles this subject in her new novel.