Veil of Winter: A Book Review by Kathryn Dover

Melanie Dickerson’s novels are usually adaptions of fairy tales such as “Beauty and the Beast” and “The Little Mermaid,” and Veil of Winter is no exception. It is part of a new series, Dericott Tales, which Dickerson began after completing her intriguing Hagenheim series. … More Veil of Winter: A Book Review by Kathryn Dover

JACK vs. THE TORNADO: A Book Review and Giveaway by Tween Guest Blogger, Josie Murdock

REVIEW Jack vs. the Tornado by Amanda Cleary Eastep is the first book in the series, The Tree Street Kids, and tells the story about ten-year-old Jack Finch. He has to leave his home on a farm and move to the suburbs so his dad can find a better job. Unhappy about this change and dreaming … More JACK vs. THE TORNADO: A Book Review and Giveaway by Tween Guest Blogger, Josie Murdock

Happy Birthday, Christmas Child, A Counting Nativity Book by Laura Sassi, reviewed by Kathy O’Neill

Sharing Christmas books such as Happy Birthday, Christmas Child with little ones is a wonderful way to provide time to treasure the true story of Christmas. … More Happy Birthday, Christmas Child, A Counting Nativity Book by Laura Sassi, reviewed by Kathy O’Neill

Book Review & Interview with Author Vanessa Fortenberry

Why do we think it is strange for young children to want to praise the Lord? Author Vanessa Fortenberry turns this idea on its head in her book Grandma, Granddad, We Want to Praise God. … More Book Review & Interview with Author Vanessa Fortenberry

Inside the Ten-Foot Line by Lori Scott: A Review by Guest Blogger, Amanda Moyer

Behind the Story of Inside the Ten-Foot Line Inside the Ten-Foot Line by Lori Scott broaches issues such as life goals, God’s leading, and relationships, but also deeper relevant subjects like eating disorders, grief, and physical abuse. All these themes grow together to create a riveting and profound narrative cloaked in a setting that’s relatable no … More Inside the Ten-Foot Line by Lori Scott: A Review by Guest Blogger, Amanda Moyer

Ribbit! The Truth about Frogs, A Book Review by Kathryn O’Neill

Annette Whipple’s “Ribbit! The Truth About Frogs” is perfect for kids who love to learn about the wonders of this world and its creatures. … More Ribbit! The Truth about Frogs, A Book Review by Kathryn O’Neill

The Lost Bard of Taliyaven: A Book Review by Kathryn Dover

The Lost Bard of Taliyaven by Helena S. George is a Christian fantasy novel that follows the story of Masha, a villager who is forced to flee her hometown when a neighboring country invades. … More The Lost Bard of Taliyaven: A Book Review by Kathryn Dover

Until Leaves Fall in Paris: A Book Review by Kathryn Dover

Sarah Sundin is one of my favorite authors, and her latest novel, Until Leaves Fall in Paris, does not disappoint. Until Leaves Fall in Paris is a stand-alone novel that loosely connects to Sundin’s previous novel, When Twilight Breaks. … More Until Leaves Fall in Paris: A Book Review by Kathryn Dover

Jaime Jo Wright’s Novels: A Review, Part 2 by Kathryn Dover

In my last post, I gave a brief overview of Jaime Jo Wright’s novels and a review of her most recent one, The Souls of Lost Lake. I also mentioned two of her other novels, Echoes Among the Stones and The Haunting at Bonaventure Circus, which I have read recently. … More Jaime Jo Wright’s Novels: A Review, Part 2 by Kathryn Dover

Jaime Jo Wright’s Novels: A Review, Part 1 by Kathryn Dover

I have read nearly all of Jaime Jo Wright’s novels and enjoyed them, especially her most recent one, The Souls of Lost Lake. … More Jaime Jo Wright’s Novels: A Review, Part 1 by Kathryn Dover