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March, 2013, update for Home School Book Review

      Home School Book Review ( http://homeschoolblogger.com/homeschoolbookreview/ ) is a weblog devoted to book reviews, primarily of children’s literature and books for teens/young adults, from a Biblical worldview by a homeschooling father.

      Some of the book reviews posted in February, 2013, include the following:

Feb 26th, 2013: Fool Moon Rising
Feb 25th, 2013: Super
Feb 24th, 2013: The Prisoner of Zenda
Feb 23rd, 2013: Memoir of a Revolutionary Soldier
Feb 22nd, 2013: Gabriela and the Widow
Feb 18th, 2013: The Fruitful Wife: Cultivating a Love Only God Can Produce
Feb 16th, 2013: The Moonstone
Feb 14th, 2013: Preachers and Preaching: A Comprehensive Study of the Church-Preacher Relationship
Feb 13th, 2013: Stranded
Feb 12th, 2013: The Prince of Peace: or The Beautiful Life of Jesus
Feb 11th, 2013: Baby Come Home
Feb 9th, 2013: I’ll Watch Down The Trail In The Twilight For You: An Anthology of Poems
Feb 8th, 2013: The Self-Propelled Advantage: The Parent’s Guide to Raising Independent, Motivated Kids Who Learn with Excellence
Feb 7th, 2013: Paula the Waldensian
Feb 4th, 2013: Night Buddies, Book 2: Impostors, and One Far-Out Flying Machine
Feb 2nd, 2013: Girl in Blue

     Each month we name a “Book of the Month” award winner.  Again, we have two this month, one for the young adult division and the other for children’s category. 

     Winner in the young adult division is:

Paula the Waldensian by Eva Lecomte.  Runner up is Night Buddies, Book 2: Impostors, and One Far-Out Flying Machine by Sands Hetherington.

Winner in the children’s book category is:

Fool Moon Rising by Kristi and T. Lively Fluharty.

     Some of the books which we are currently reading and will have reviews posted soon include:

The Case for a Creator by Lee Strobel;

When I Was a Slave edited by Norman R. Yetman

Captain’s Command by Anna Myers

Crushed Yet Conquering by Deborah Alcock

Leaf and the Long Ice by Jo Marshall

and The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas (Pere)

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