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In the World of Fiction: The Oldies but Goodies Are Back

Readers, 2017 has arrived. And the one thing that rises above all the other so-called ‘trends’ that publishers

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Volume 2 of Yes Sir, Yes Sir, 3 Bags Full! – You Do NOT Want to Miss This

What began in an unforgettable Volume 1—living Jerry Hall’s story and dealing with

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Nat Turner’s Mental and Military Motivations

Nate Parker’s movie has revived the question: What caused Nat Turner’s 1831 uprising?

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PEEP AND EGG: I’M NOT TRICK-OR-TREATING

TWO SIBLING CHICKS, ONE GREAT HALLOWEEN DEBATE

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Blue and Red Make Purple & Under the Moon: Jazz Standards and Lullabies

Two picture books with music are available this fall from The Secret Mountain

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Yes Sir, Yes Sir, 3 Bags Full! – A Book That Will Leave You Gasping

Book Review by Amy Lignor

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Richards Rocks!

Sandra L. Richards The “Rice & Rocks” Interview with Kam Williams

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Scholastic Announces Sales of More Than 3.3 Million Copies of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two script book

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Keep Walking in Prayer… Until You Can\’t Come Back

  Keep Walking in Prayer… Until You Can’t Come Back by Reverend Dorothy Scott Boulware Xulon Press Paperback, $10.99 104 pages ISBN: 978-1-4984-7454-2 Book Review by Kam Williams “By way of introduction, I’m a Baptist Methodist Pentecostal Evangelical non-denominational retired pastor, retired newspaper editor, former minister of music, former fingerprint technician, wife of 47 years, […]

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A Stunning Trilogy Comes to an End in Envoy of Jerusalem

Book Review by Amy Lignor

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