Book Reviews

Silent Night Shadows Will be a Hit on any Gift List

Silent Night Shadows I confess that during my youth I spent an inordinate amount of time reading Harlequin Romance Novels. By the time I reached the tender age of 16, I had read enough of them to think that I, too, could write a decent Harlequin. The manuscript, typed on onionskin paper with my grandma’s old electric typewriter, lies in the bottom of a box somewhere in my basement. Harlequin has come a long way since the days of wilting…

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Shaken by Tim Tebow Delivers

Shaken, Not Just for Sports Fans A.C. Green penned the last sports celebrity book I read. I confess that I signed up to be in Tim Tebow’s book release team because of my students. Especially the boys who only want to read books about famous ball players (football, basketball, or baseball—doesn’t matter). Sure, I had heard about Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos—but mostly through my raving-Broncos-fan students back when Tebow played for Denver. The lure of a free book…

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Fairy Tales for Young Adults

If you’re looking for a graduation gift for a young reader, look no further! (Ok, I loved the book and I’m not exactly young). If you love fairy tales and medieval intrigue, you’ll love The Beautiful Pretender by Melanie Dickerson. If you’ve read The Huntress of Thornbeck Forest you’ll remember the mysterious Margrave of Thornbeck (Jorgen Hartman’s employer). You don’t need to read The Huntress of Thornbeck Forest first to enjoy The Beautiful Pretender. The reclusive margrave needs a wife and he needs…

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