Monthly Archives: May 2012

Finding Our Way Home

Finding Our Way Home by Charlene Baumbich is a nice book to read, with one caveat.  I would classify this book as wholesome, or inspirational fiction, rather than Christian fiction. The characters are very relatable and human. I especially enjoyed … Continue reading

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A Delightful Book!

Where Lilacs Still Bloom, by Jane Kirkpatrick, is a wonderful book of fiction based on the life of Hulda Klager. Hulda was born in 1863 and came to America with her family when she was two.  With only an eighth … Continue reading

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E-co-nom-ics: A Simple Twist on Normalcy by Kersten Kelly

I have always been fascinated by the study of economics, though not always motivated to learn and/or study the finer points. The book, E-co-nom-ics, by Kersten Kelly, allows the reader to get a more in-depth look without bogging down in … Continue reading

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