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Home School Book Review news for August, 2015

Home School Book Review Blog ( https://homeschoolbookreviewblog.wordpress.com/ ) has over 3,100 book reviews, primarily of children’s and youth literature, all from a Biblical worldview.

The books that were reviewed in July of 2015 are as follows:

July 31, 2015–A Change of Habit: The Autobiography of a Former Catholic Nun

July 30, 2015–Leonardo da Vinci

July 29, 2015–Trapped by the Ice!: Shackleton’s Amazing Antarctic Adventure

July 28, 2015–Gladiator: Fight for Freedom

July 27, 2015–Statue of Liberty: Beacon of Promise

July 26, 2015–Hurricanes: Earth’s Mightiest Storms

July 25, 2015–Abide in Me: Our Lord’s Supreme Invitation to the Believer

July 23, 2015–The Boy in the Alamo

July 21, 2015–A Land of Heart’s Desire: The Seventh Child Series, Book 1

July 17, 2015–Studies in the Psalms: Essays in Honor of D. Phillip Roberts

July 16, 2015–It’s a Dog’s Life: Hank the Cowdog, Book 3

July 15, 2015–Fast-Talking Dolphin

July 9, 2015–Winners and Losers: The Pulkington Printouts

July 4, 2015–The Ghost That Came Alive

July 3, 2015–Mrs. Chippy’s Last Expedition: The Remarkable Journal of Shackleton’s Polar-Bound Cat

Each month we give a “Book of the Month” award; for July, 2015, it goes to:

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The Boy in the Alamo by Margaret Cousins.

Runner up is The Ghost That Came Alive by Vic Crume

The books that we are currently reading and will be reviewed soon include:

Sounding Forth the Trumpet by Peter Marshall and David Manuel

Why Johnny Can’t Tell Right from Wrong by William Kilpatrick

Do Not Annoy the Indians by Betty Baker

Sky Pioneer by Corinne Szabo

Lily’s Crossing by Patricia Reilly Giff

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