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review 2018-09-12 02:00
The Hope Jar, Wanda Brunstetter
The Hope Jar - Wanda E. Brunstetter

This is a mixed clean Amish and Englisher type story that really pulled me in fast. I received this book for free and I voluntarily chose to review it. I've given it a 5* rating. It stirred up all kinds of feelings but it centers on the remarkable things about forgiveness. It really touched my heart.

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review 2018-09-09 20:00
September 12th: We Knew Everything Would Be All Right
September 12th: We Knew Everything Would Be All Right - H. Byron Masterson Elementary School,M.O. Kennet

September 12th: We Knew Everything Would Be All Right is such powerful book written and illustrated by first graders. We are reminded that even after the horrific events that took place on September 11, 2001 the world still continued the next day. This would be an outstanding book to use in the classroom when speaking about the events that took place on September 11th. It would be a great book to introduce the message of hope. Students could write about things that bring them hope or what makes them proud to be an American. It would also be a great book to introduce the word patriotism and how the students in the text displayed love for their country. 


Guided Reading level: H

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review 2018-09-06 19:04
Welcome back Brad!
Keeping Hope Alive - Dawn Kopman Whidden

Three bodies are discovered in the woods, two recent and one half a century old. The question is; who are they and how did they come to be there? Is there a connection between them?
Plus, of course, the traumatic opening chapter, with a girl trapped, bound and naked in the dark. The book's title hints as to who she might be, but we don't know for sure until later in the narrative.

I was happy to spend a few more hours in the company of Jean Whitley, Marty Keal, and Marty's fiance, Hope. It was also lovely to reconnect with Brad, the young boy who we met in the first book of the series. For the last four years he's been living in a correctional facility and his case has finally come before the court, requesting that he be released into the hands of his grandparents. Brad was a powerful character in the first book, but we'd heard little of him in the interim.

The resolution of the mystery cleverly combines all the characters into a complicated plot that I would never have guessed at. I had to listen to the explanation of the murders' motives a couple of times to really grasp it. I think this was complicated by the fact that people were sometimes referred to by first names and sometimes by surnames, a real challenge for my poor brain.

This is currently the last book in the series, though hopefully there will be more in the future. I found this to be the most violent of the four, probably because the target is a character who we have got to know and love through the preceding volumes. Again the narrator Amy Deuchler, does an excellent job; I forgot she was there at all.

I'm now looking forward to more episodes in the not too distant future. Marty and Hope have yet to get married and Gracie isn't going to stand by and wait too long for that to happen :)

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text 2018-09-06 08:10
Release Boost - Unstable


Unstable by Kristen Hope Mazzola is AVAILABLE NOW!


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It’s finally my time… I am an outlaw. The proud right-hand man to the president in the Unacceptables MC. I wasn’t prepared for the curveball life was about to throw at me. But if there is one thing I have learned from being in my organization: you have to be ready for anything. When Ryder showed up on my doorstep, I wasn’t sure if I could handle it. I didn’t know how to be a father. I am Holt Walsh, and this is my story.


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About the Author:


Bestselling author, Kristen Hope Mazzola, is a Florida native that has found herself loving a North Carolina life. She writes contemporary romance ranging from steamy romantic comedy, sexy erotica, angsty new adult, all the way to sports romance – with dirty bikers, hot military men, and swoon-worthy rockstars in between. A portion of her royalties is donated to the Marcie Mazzola Foundation.


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text 2018-09-02 19:56
Halloween Bingo - Baker Street Irregulars
Goldie Vance Vol 4 - Hope Larson,Jackie Ball,Sarah Stern,Elle Power

The moment I saw the Baker Street Irregulars square, I knew I'd be reading the next Goldie Vance book for it. The main character, Goldie, is a 16 year-old assistant detective at the hotel where she works. The latest volume brings another mystery for Goldie to solve and her girlfriend and their friends all assist with the crime solving, so their are plenty of teens involved in it.


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