Tag: books

Children can engage mentally and physically with the books they read through motion-oriented books like Mona’s Mitten: A Story to Move to by Orliczky. But for other stories that are... Read More

Real Prison Real Freedom, Rosser’s book on the transformation of a notorious Texas inmate, tells the heartbreaking and inspiring life story of Rickie Smith during a time of significant turmoil... Read More

Being a servant of God will not always be easy. Sometimes God calls you to what appears to be the most challenging thing in your life. However, you must persevere.... Read More

Reading travel books can help spark your excitement in a solo traveling expedition. Grab a copy of Faces And Places In The World by Monique Yvette Elias. Monique features... Read More

For instance, looking at Scott Harral’s Moon Luck as an example, it’s evident that the story’s main point isn’t plausible. People can’t live on the moon. They have tried and... Read More

In Sun-Lion, Charlene Turner, with the help of Lily Jacobs, teaches her readers the transformative effect of loving oneself, despite how others may see them, turning their self-hatred into confidence... Read More

Choose from three levels of art classes. Artist training, Art4Fun and Art4Healing!! Artist training is a weekly class [includes a discount when paid monthly] or you can focus on... Read More

In Rediscovering the Wisdom of Human Nature: How Civilization Destroys Happiness, Chet Shupe illustrates with deductive acuity and analytical sharpness how the general misfortunes of humanity are self-afflicted. What is... Read More

An author named Gerald Brence described in his book, “Ox In The Culvert,” Texas rangers Ray Andrews and his best friend and fellow ranger, Tom Jerkins, joined a shooting... Read More

Alcohol is the most widespread toxic and psychoactive substance in the world, with many societies including it as typical fare in social and cultural routines. In Margaret J. Moschak’s My... Read More