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     This is a book review weblog, devoted mainly to children’s and youth literature, from a Biblical perspective by a homeschooling father.  New books are added almost every day.  You can search by title and/or author’s name, or check out the different categories.

     Some of the books reviewed during August, 2012, were as follows:

Aug 31st, 2012: Vin and the Dorky Duet
Aug 30th, 2012: Discoveries in the Shriver Family Attic: How a Woman and Her Children Dealt with the Battle of Gettysburg
Aug 28th, 2012: Surviving Your Adolescents: How to Manage and Let Go of Your 13-18 Year Olds, 3rd Edition
Aug 27th, 2012: Miracle on 34th Street
Aug 26th, 2012: Spring Rose
Aug 25th, 2012: Chocolate by Hershey: A Story About Milton S. Hershey
Aug 22nd, 2012: If I Had as Many Grandchildren as You
Aug 21st, 2012: Banished: The Riddled Stone, Book One

Aug 19th, 2012: The Labyrinth
Aug 18th, 2012: Good People Everywhere
Aug 17th, 2012: The Princess and the Goblin
Aug 16th, 2012: The White Isle
Aug 15th, 2012: Ka-Boom!
Aug 14th, 2012: The High-Skies Adventures of Blue Jay the Pirate
Aug 13th, 2012″ Liberty’s Children: Stories of Eleven Revolutionary War Children
Aug 12th, 2012: Seven Men Who Rule the World from the Grave
Aug 10th, 2012: Little Britches: Father and I Were Ranchers
Aug 9th, 2012: Blood on the River: James Town 1607
Aug 8th, 2012: Planet Tad
Aug 7th, 2012: The Journeys of John and Julia in Chapter One: Genesis
Aug 5th, 2012: The Scarecrow: A Story That Teaches in This World You Don’t Have to Be Alone

     Each month we give one book a “Book of the Month” award.  For August, 2012, it is….

The Princess and the Goblin (Puffin Classics)

The Princess and the Goblin by George MacDonald.

     The runners up are

Spring Rose by Casey Head;

Banished: The Riddled Stone, Book One by Teresa Gaskins;

The White Isle by Caroline Dale Snedeker;

and The Scarecrow by Max Elliot Anderson

(a lot of GOOD books this past month!)


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