Category Archives: BOOK CELEBRATIONS

#31DaysOfBooks 2018: Paulette Harper

              Paulette Recommends:   The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts by Gary Chapman Although this book is for married couples, I believe any single person who’s desiring to be married

#31DaysOfBooks 2018: Charley Williams

              Charley Recommends:   The Buffalo Soldier by Chris Bohjalian   The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander   The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream by Barack Obama    

#31DaysOfBooks 2018: Dawn Kopman Whidden

              Dawn Recommends:   The Natchez Burning Trilogy by Greg Iles Excellent look into the racism of the south and how evil is still so potent.   Where can you find Dawn? http://dawnkopman.wixsite.com/dawnkopmanwhidden

#31DaysOfBooks 2018: Leslie Hauser

              Leslie Recommends:   Words in Deep Blue by Cath Crowley Great characters, it is a book about a love of books.   Where can you find Leslie?

#31DaysOfBooks 2018: Betsy Aldredge and Carrie DuBois Shaw

  Betsy & Carrie Recommend:   The Pros of Cons by Alison Cherry, Lindsay Ribar, and Michelle Schusterman The Pros of Cons by Alison Cherry, Lindsay Ribar, and Michelle Schusterman is a fun, quirky read about three girls who end

#31DaysOfBooks 2018: Corinne Demas

              Corinne Recommends: Ox-Cart Man by Donald Hall A moving story about an early-American family–their hard work and joys, and the cycle of seasons.   Owl Moon by Jane Yolen A poetic tribute to

#31DaysOfBooks 2018: R.R.Noall

              R.R. Recommends: The Book Thief by Markus Zusak The description is vivid and it is an amazing example of well-written work.   My Therapist is a Couch: Poetry & Whimsy by Joe Barca

#31DaysOfBooks 2018: Julie Eshbaugh

Julie Recommends:             Crossing The Line by Meghan Rogers This is a great spy thriller–something YA doesn’t have enough of–with a strong female main character. It’s full of action, but it’s also full of heart.

#31DaysOfBooks 2018: Tamarah Mack

Tamarah Recommends:             Living Successfully with Screwed Up People by Elizabeth B. Brown Living Successfully with Screwed Up People is a highly recommended book to read because it helps you overcome distractions and roadblocks that

#31DaysOfBooks 2018: Lindsay DeRollo

              Lindsay Recommends: Harriet and the Spaghetti Snake by Tracy Kushwaha The illustrations are adorable, and it’s a fun and creative idea for a story that teaches kids a valuable lesson at the end.