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Cottonmouth and the River by C.S. Fritz

Title: Cottonmouth and the River
Author: C.S. Fritz
Publishing House: David C Cook
Publishing Date: May 1, 2014
ISBN: 9780781410335

Children’s Fiction

Meet Freddie Cottonmouth – A Boy Who Loves the River, Big Adventures, and a Furry Beast named Tug.

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Half Of A Yellow Sun / Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

In this novel, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie focuses on the Igbo tribe’s attempt to establish the independent republic of Biafra in southeastern Nigeria during the late 1960s. 315 more words

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Don't Let's Go To The Dogs Tonight : An African Childhood / Alexandra Fuller

Published in 2001, Alexandra Fuller’s Don’t Let’s Go To The Dog’s Tonight recounts her childhood in Africa. I am suspicious of memoirs such as this, as I question the worthiness of sharing one’s childhood memories with the rest of the world. 236 more words

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Whiskey Rebellion: Review

Rating: 3 Stars ***

The Plot

Addison Holmes is a high school history teacher with a lot of problems. Her fiancé cheated on her with her school arch-nemesis, she has to leave her condemned apartment complex soon and she doesn’t have the money to buy her dream house. 727 more words

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The Story of King Jesus by Ben Irwin - A book review

“It all began with God” are the first words of this delightful book, and God’s presence is found on every page. As the title suggests, this book tells the one big redemptive story of the Bible. 400 more words

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Revenge by Yoko Ogawa

A few weeks ago (immediately after blocks, I think) I went to the library after deciding that I’d read far too few books the past two years. 183 more words

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Miriam's Secret

Miriam´s Secret

Jerry S. Eicher

Harvest House Publishers

Jerry Eicher brought a new twist into the regular Amish romance scheme: Miriam inherits quite unexpectedly a huge farm and $2 million from an elderly English man she worked for. 182 more words

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