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  Ok, so I know it has been forever since I’ve been on here and I apolagize for that.  With the holidays, English papers, the flu, etc. things have been a little crazy, but I’m coming back (oficially) with a bang!  There shouldn’t be anymore prolonged abscences from me (at least I hope not, sometimes things are out of your control).  So without further ado, I present to you, reviews!

  Author: Claudia Chandler (http://claudiascustomcreations.com/)

Review:

  Ralphina, the Roly-Poly by Claudia Chandler is a wonderful children’s book.  Children will learn many facts about Roly-Polies as they read this book.  Children will also learn about the power of friendship.  Claudia Chandler, as well as being the author, is also the illustrator of this book.  She has filled this book with wonderful, colorful pictures that will catch the eyes of little ones everywhere.  This book should be available for all pre-schoolers and early readers to enjoy.

Author:  J Lou McCartney

Review:

  De Marco Empire by J Lou McCartney, set in London, England, is a book filled with drama, love, malice, corrumption, and many other exciting things.  Katie Saunders and Lucy Carmichael get jobs at the hottest new club, Club La Pregheira.  Little do they know that working at there will change their lives.  The owners of the club, the de Marco brothers, live a life of crime, and soon, Katie and Lucy are entangled in their events.
  I found this book exciting, but not really very appropriate for me.  There was some language and some suggestive content that I did not feel entirely comfortable with reading.  Other than that, I found this to be a good book and I wish this author all the best!

 

Author:  Tim ‘Dr. Hope’ Anders (www.thestrengthofasparrow.com)


Review:

  The Strength of a Sparrow by Tim ‘Dr. Hope’ Anders is based on the true story of his mother and father.  Bouvette Sherwood, a successful producer and actress of New York Broadway, meets Hughie Hewitt, a Catholic priest.  The two soon fall madly in love.  There is just one problem though, Hughie, due to him being a Catholic priest, is unable to marry and start a family.  Will Huighie and Bouvette be able to work things out?
  This is a wonderful book.  I enjoyed it immensly.  The true story of the author’s parents pulls you in and makes you wonder what will happen next.  This book is inspiring, it sends the message that you should never give up on what you want the most.  Included in the back of this book are pictures of his mother and father.  The pictures really help you connect with the story.

 

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One Comment

  1. I’ve missed you! Sorry you were sick, glad you’re doing better now!


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