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Book Review: ‘The Storyteller: My Years with Ernest Thompson Seton’ by Leila Moss Knox

TheStoryteller

The love of animals and nature is evident throughout the stories in this book, and it was a delight to read from cover to cover. Read More »

Book Review: ‘An Unbroken Educational Apartheid Legacy’ by David E. Morgan, Ph.D.

AnUnbrokenEducationApartheidLegacy

An Unbroken Educational Apartheid Legacy should be read by educators and school administrators looking for real change. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Our Journey with Prostate Cancer’ by Judith Anne Desjardins

OurJourneyThroughProstateCancer

An authentic true story of an incredibly difficult and personal journey. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Struggle to the Top of the Mountain’ by Dr. Ernest D. Simela

StruggleToTheTopOfTheMountain

One man's memoir about his struggles to become a doctor in Zimbabwe provides a good mood boost. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Kendra Kandlestar and the Box of Whispers’ by Lee Edward Fodi

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An adventure series for young readers proves captivating and heartwarming. Read More »

eBook Review: ‘Brother’ by Jim Murray

brother

A fantastic thriller full of many twists and turns. Read More »

Book Review: ‘If You Were Me and Lived in…South Korea’ by Carole P. Roman

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A light-hearted and informative look at South Korea for the young reader. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Daniel Kossov: Pictures of an Outstanding Musician Part 2 – A Violin from Jerusalem’ by Rosemary Ellen Tingley

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A beautifully told story about a magnificent musician and his experiences while living in Jerusalem. Read More »

Book Review ‘Protecting America’s Students at School: School Safety Recommendations for 2013 and Beyond’ by Clarence Johnson, Ph.D.

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A handbook that will be of value to all school administrators and anyone who works with children and is responsible for their safety. Read More »

Book Review: Lie to Me, Dan by Longrin Wetten

LieToMeDan

“Lie to me. I’ll believe anything you say...” Seventeen year old Marylyn Zhasa is a very ambitious young girl who has her future all planned out. Read More »