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Yellow, the Noble Color, is for Emperors and Empresses

by Joyce Audy Zarins

This is a review of two books with different target audiences that have one mission: to share some of the treasures and history of the Forbidden City in China with the world. 1,128 more words

Children's Books

My Top 10 Books of 2015 (random genres/random order)

I didn’t keep track of exactly how many books I read this year, but I read 3.5 while my kids were on Christmas break if that gives you an idea :) 315 more words

Keeping It Real

Review: Sandcastle and Other Stories - Justin Bog

I received this book in exchange for an honest review.

SYNOPSIS: These twelve literary, psychological, and suspense tales are nothing short of an adventure through a roiling sea of emotion. 512 more words


Life Itself (The Living Cell)

In “Deluded By Darwinism” Martin Down has simplified the issue between science and faith for the general reader. Deluded by Darwinism has 176 pages divided into 29 short chapters that deal with the relationship between faith and science. 1,352 more words


Book Reviews: Samurai Santa, Gingerbread Pirates and Zombelina

by Alison Potoma

The best part of being an auntie is sitting down with my nephews and nieces and reading a good book together before bedtime. 601 more words

Children's Books