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Black is Brown is Tan by Arnold Adoff

Like others, I am thankful for this book because it was the first book in the United States that put an interracial family on the page. 265 more words

Mixed

Of Monsters and Madness, by Jessica Verday

I received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Annabel Lee has recently lost her mother and has now left her beloved Siam where they lived with a missionary group, to go stay with her grandfather and father. 315 more words

Stuck Together, by Mary Connealy

Publisher’s Summary:

When a lawman who values order gets stuck with a feisty crusader who likes to stir things up, there’s going to be trouble in Texas!  676 more words

Christian Fiction

Destination America~ MISSOURI~by rldubour

Monday, our weekly tour through America with the help of poetry! Historical, Educational, trivia in alpha order today is the great state of:

 

MISSOURI

The state and river named the same. 349 more words

Poetry

{Book Review} A loose and carefree viscount and an uptight lady meet in the woods ...

After my just-okay historical romance read of last week, which I reviewed on NetGalley and not the blog, followed by a historical romance that I ended up DNFing in a case of I’m-sure-it’s-just-me-and-not-the-book, I was happy to dig into a book — do I need to say it was a historical romance? 541 more words

Romance

Holding On to Our Heritage

Anyone who knows me well knows that I love trains. Real trains, model trains, amusement park trains – doesn’t matter. If it runs on rails, I want to see it, watch it, and ride it if I can. 417 more words

Historical

Pier at these

If you are on a staycation, here’s two books with the lowdown on English seaside piers.

Remember Louisa Musgrove’s fall  during a walk along Lyme Regis’  239 more words

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