Book Review: The Edge of Lost by Kristina McMorris

Tweet To survive, Shanley Keagan has to put aside his hopes and dreams for a normal life and do what he needs to do to get by. Orphaned at an early age, he is first under the care of a … Continue reading

Book Review: The Moon Sisters by Therese Walsh

Tweet As sisters, Jazz and Olivia Moon could not be more different. Jazz is practical and sensible, and since she’s the older sister she’s also had to be responsible for Olivia, a free spirit who tends to wander where her … Continue reading

Book Review: In Falling SNow by Mary-Rose MacColl

Tweet When Iris gets an invitation to attend a special dedication to the women who worked at a hospital in France sixty years before during World War I, she begins to remember her life there and events she would rather … Continue reading

Book Review: American Political Speeches by Terry Golway

Tweet Part of Penguin Books Civic Classics, American Political Speeches by Terry Golway should be on every American’s bookshelf. Here is a collection of speeches that many of us have heard of at some point during our schooling or in … Continue reading

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