Book Review: Women Making America by Heidi Hemming and Julie Hemming Savage

Tweet I’ve been reading a book called Women Making America by Heidi Hemming and Julie Hemming Savage and I think many of you would find it both interesting and useful. First, it’s a great resource for finding information and ideas … Continue reading

Book Review: The Pages In Between by Erin Einhorn

Tweet In The Pages In Between, Erin Einhorn has written a memoir about what she finds when she searches for the Polish family that sheltered her Jewish mother during World War II. When she was growing up in Detroit, Einhorn … Continue reading

Book Review: Memo to the President Elect by Madeleine Albright

Tweet When I’m not reading for one of my mother-daughter book clubs or reviewing books for this blog and my Web site, I’m reading for a book discussion group that I’m in with my husband, Randy, and three other couples. … Continue reading

Book Review: West with the Night by Beryl Markham

Tweet West with the Night, a memoir by Beryl Markham, is one of my all time favorite books to read. Both for the glimpse it gives into life in Africa during the early decades of the 20th century, and for … Continue reading

Book Review: Stolen Voices, Edited by Zlata Filipovic and Melanie Challenger

Tweet My seventh-grade daughter, Catherine, and I read this collection of war diaries from World War I to Iraq for our book club. We read it aloud together, and I’m glad we did. It gave us a chance to talk … Continue reading

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