“Our Young Guardians: Seven & Two” by Rodi Szoke

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Our Young Guardians: Seven & TwoOur Young Guardians: Seven & Two by Rodi Szoke
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This book gives a mysterious tale wrapped in riddles. While enjoyable at times, much like the cavern scene in The Hobbit, the unfortunate circumstance in this case is the reader’s connection to the narrator, in which it reads much like a manuscript discovered, with the riddles saved for the audience. Continue reading

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“Jews Don’t Need Jesus. . .” by Avi Snyder

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Jews Don't Need Jesus. . .and other Misconceptions: Reflections of a Jewish BelieverJews Don’t Need Jesus. . .and other Misconceptions: Reflections of a Jewish Believer by Avi Snyder
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Being a former Christian and Messianic Jew and now a practicing Orthodox Jew, I thought this book would be perfect for me to read and review. In fact, I acquire an advance reader copy of the text when I was leaving the evangelical fold for Judaism. This book did not do anything to reconcile my concerns and issues I found within the Jesus camp. Continue reading

“Maverick and Me” by Katherine Schwarzenegger

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Maverick and MeMaverick and Me by Katherine Schwarzenegger
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This story is sure to melt your heart. This tale is based on the true story of the author’s care for animals that are alone in the world. A very real need in the animal community today is animal adoption, the theme of this book. Continue reading

“The Story Travelers Bible” by Tracey Madder

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The Story Travelers BibleThe Story Travelers Bible by Tracey Madder
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is an adventure-packed title that children ages six to ten are sure to enjoy in Christian households. Continue reading