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  • Alynn Baker

    a book worth reading!

  • Ashley F

    Kisses from Katie by Katie Davis - Definitely worth reading!

  • Morgan George

    Kisses from Katie by Katie Davis (Uganda, Africa) This book will change your life! The story of how Katie Davis said yes to Jesus leading her to Uganda and all the beautiful journeys and testimonies along the way (adopting a house full of beautiful girls, watching God heal and deliver in the most remarkable ways, establishing a ministry that brings food, education, and Jesus to the people of Uganda!) By far, my favorite book thus far!

  • Ruth R.

    Kisses from Katie - This book has been very impactful for so many young women with a heart for missions.

  • Tonya Crouterfield

    Kisses from Katie by Katie Davis & Beth Clark. Beautiful, amazing, TRUE story.

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Tim Tebow's book... i really want to read this! I just have to finish the other 3 books i have started! haha

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Great author.... Glad I have convinced my kids to give his books a try. Now they love him too.

one of my favorites

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  • MrJenkinsWatsonshire.

    Great expectations. *As the name implies. Dream killer. watch out* Never read the hobbit. Movie was good enough and not huge enough LOTR fan to read. Bible.. mm.. Im considering it. Though being an atheist im still interested in the stories. I had moby dick once.. but i was to little at 7 to read it. I only read small good parts. luckily everyone knows moby dick well enough to get the gist of it, so i wont miss out.

  • MrJenkinsWatsonshire.

    i WANT the old man and the sea. i seen catch 22 around some places. I should consider reading it. 1984 was great. But animal farm which he made after to reflect the moral better is, Better. To kill a mocking bird is a classic i have wanted for some time. As i stated before. War and peace i have read. It is truly a work of literate art. I read the oddessy. Good book. Though it sounds like hes having an acid trip sometimes. Deffs want ulysses. Crime and punishment i own and will read.

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This is not a book but a blog of a young woman who lives in Uganda and is a foster mom to 13 kids. Amazing!

2.) Heaven is for Real By: Todd Burpo Completed: April 18, 2011 158 Pages (It was a very good book. I found it to be a real quick read, and a Christian storyline about a little boy that got extremely sick, and almost died, but went to heaven and tells his family about his experience in little bits over time.)

  • Ann Berven

    Amazing journey for him and the lives he has touched because of his heaven experience.

  • Myra Westerhoff Chandler

    A great book, my grandson dealt with the death of his loved one easier after having read it together.

  • erma parish

    I have this book I make my kids read for encouragement

  • Mahalie Bland

    i love this book like love

  • Celia

    Mahalie have u looked at the symbolism behind that monster logo at all?

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