Welcome to the Release Day Celebration for Consumed (Barren 2) by Elizabeth Miceli presented by Swoon Romance! Be sure to enter the giveaway found at the end of the post!   Happy Book Birthday, Elizabeth!     Stacey Lorenzo has finished treatment, but is still devastated by her past as she enters college. With drugs and alcohol so readily available, so much freedom, and barely any supervision, Stacey falls back into old h...

  I Hope My Non-Christian Friends Will Bear With Me This Next Month as I Review/Interview Those Books & Authors of a Religious Nature. I Will Still Be Reviewing/Interviewing Others as well, Along With a Few Wonderful Blog Hops and Other Giveaways! Be Sure to Check My Blog Daily & Enter All the Giveaways as well.!!   He Knows my Name from Ron Brough – A John Lyde film Screenplay by Sally Meyer Little Rebekah is fascinated by the m...

    I hope I do not offend other wonderful authors by stating Marcia Lyn McClure is a favorite and I believe is incapable of writing anything but awesomely romantic, clean stories. ‘The Secret Bliss of Calliope Ipsich’ is just another one of her amazing stories. I am honored to Host this Book Blast presented by… The Secret Bliss of Calliope Ipswich by Marcia Lynn McClure “Oh! Do link arms with me, Calliope,” Blanche whispered...

     This Book Blitz Presented by YAReads Tours is of a New Young Adult  Book… About the Book: Stone of Thieves by Diane J Reed Published May 8th, 2014 Published by Bandits Ranch Books, LLC Genre: New Adult Romance Kindle Link: http://www.amazon.com/Stone-Thieves-Robbin-Hearts-Diane-ebook/dp/B00K7SL392/ref=la_B0071FXGOE_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1400770055&sr=1-3 Synopsis for Stone of Thieves, book 2 in the ...

Either one of these hunks could be a thief of my heart! Gypsy Thief is the first of the Talisman Trilogy for YA. It gets slightly sensual in parts but I would be willing to let my YA read it. I would then discuss certain situations with them afterwards. Laura is an ordinary student beginning her Senior year of High School. She feels it will be lie every other year..boring. However, this year is definitely different. There is a new boy at schoo...

What a delightful story of intrigue, adventure and romance this was! It reminded me of a different popular series but with a few different twists – of course, any weird fantasy with two romantically involved beings would have the same affect on me. This tale was centered on a young college girl- Jazz – drawn into a totally different type of friends group… so different than her current one. It includes a mysterious young man -...

For Love or Loyalty is a good title for this touching historical romance novel.  It relates to more than one instance. The serene appearance of the cover is also a good choice.  It is very descriptive of the female main character and the background hints at the storyline. It is light enough to be eye-catching and dark enough to set the verve of the story. The characterization was solid and the reader felt a definite connection to each. I love ...

‘The Cutting Edge’ is a great story of a model who finally “hit the Big Time” but at what cost?  Was it really worth the sacrifices she would be making? She decided to go back home where she would discuss it with her father,  realizing it was not only her life this decision would be affecting. She arrived late at night, deciding to spend the night in a motel rather than awaken her parents…a hotel she never made it...

Cami Checketts is an amazing author! Her new, exciting,  story of a courageous young, single mother is a “must read”! In this fast-paced, suspenseful – yet, romantic – new adventure novel, a single mother’s life is nearly ended because of her successful blog information center. Check back here on Monday for a scant Biography and my personal Interview with Cami Checketts!  Oh, and do not foget to enter on the Raffl...

Surprisingly, this second book of the Starlet’s series was better written than the first. Liana Marie Michaels is truly discovering who she is and Manuel is likewise finding who he is. The question is; Will this discovery allow them to stay together or direct them into going separate ways? Marie Michaels makes a major decision for her future. That decision leads us to the next book of the series in an effective way. There was not the obs...

  This was a difficult book for me to “get into”.  It seemed very repetitive and  to drag through most of the book.  Carla Hanna generously donated it in exchange for an honest review and this is.  I really hate when I cannot lend a firm support to new authors. This is my “take ” of the story. One:  This is meant to be a Young Adult book. I suppose it would be listed as a “New” YA book. (I think that &#...

‘Author You’ by Dr. Judith Briles – Book Review by LAWonder10

When I contacted award-winning author/business person/publisher, Dr. Judith Briles, and she said she would send her book, ‘Author You’, for review, I thought,”Okay….This should be interesting.  It WAS! It was GREAT!  For all authors, it is a must!  Whether you are a casual author or a serious one, this book has key points and creates an awareness in all that is involved in becoming an author. It is presented i...

‘The Cutting Edge’ – by Ace Collins – Book Review by LAWonder10

‘The Cutting Edge’ is a great story of a model who finally “hit the Big Time” but at what cost?  Was it really worth the sacrifices she would be making? She decided to go back home where she would discuss it with her father,  realizing it was not only her life this decision would be affecting. She arrived late at night, deciding to spend the night in a motel rather than awaken her parents…a hotel she nev...

INTERVIEW WITH AUTHOR, BRAE WYCKOFF & CEO OF LR PUBLISHING!

I am so pleased, Brae, that you accepted my request for this interview.  Brae Wyckoff, is not only a talented author, but is, also, the knowlegable,                   CEO of LR Publishing, who exhibits high integrity.   Hey, but that isn’t all!……. He also hosts a radio show, Broadcast Muse Radio Show, plus, he and his wife, Jill, share a site on Facebook and has recently opened a blog on ‘The Greater News Inte...

‘Winter Shadows’ by Casey Bond – Book Review by LAWonder10
Edifying , Young Adult Books / October 18, 2013

We live in a world where it is hard to trust others.  Will this lack of trust become necessary in the future years? This story’s setting is in the United States of America, in future years and, frighteningly, could very easily happen in the not-so-distant future.  It is a very realistic story with an unexpected ending. The story mysteriously opens and the reader is not certain which “direction it is headed in”. It s...

‘Spell’ by Janell – Book Review by LAWonder10

Whether you are “into” Halloween or not, this is a great, clean book to fit in with the holiday festivites. There were several key characters which permiated the book. The main character would be Pastor Walter Goodman, beloved pastor to all who knew him…to some more beloved than to others. The characters have very distinct personalities. The author has portrayed them in a way the reader feels a definite connection. ...

Introducing Donalisa Helsley – A bright, new, Award-Winning Children’s Book author!
Children's Books , Uncategorized / October 16, 2013

  It is my pleasure to introduce Award-Winning Children’s Author, Donalisa Helsley! 1.  Donalisa, each of your delightful books pinpoint some area of   challenges children often face.   In your first book,                ‘The Day No One Played Together”,  it was about Compromise.     ‘I Love You Better Than Chocolate Chip Cookies’, was about the importance of expressing love…is that correct?  Yes.  I want children to have fun r...

‘The Chamomile’ by Susan F. Craft – Book Review by LAWonder10
Uncategorized / October 15, 2013

The Chamomile is a wonderful historical romance story that has it all! There is action, adventure, romance,  drama, intrigue, etc., yet it is very “cleanly” written.  I read this in July when I had several major disasters so I failed to review it. I remembered I held it at a Five Stars rating so read it again to be sure I didn’t miss any details. It is an ideal story for family discussion and for Book Clubs. The tim...

‘My Warp Speed Mind’ by Donalisa Helsley- Book Review by LAWondr10
Children's Books / October 15, 2013

What an outstanding book!  Donalisa has once again created a marvelous educational book for children, parents and instructors. Kalpart did an equally amazing job of effectuating Donalisa’s words with bright, colorful illustrations.  What an incredible team! Have you ever known of anyone who act obnoxious in class or act out of control?  Perhaps they suffer from ADHD.  Perhaps they just do not know how to restrain themselves. Th...

MEET CAMI CHECKETTS!
Uncategorized / October 15, 2013

Below is a Brief Bio of Cami but the “really good stuff” is in my Interview with her below the Bio! Cami Checketts is married and the proud mother of four future WWF champions. Sometimes between being a human horse, cleaning up magic potions, and reading Bernstein Bears, she gets the chance to write fiction. Cami graduated from Utah State University with a degree in Exercise Science. She teaches strength training at her l...

‘Stones: Data’ by Jacob Whaler – Book Review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / October 14, 2013

Stones is the first book of a new, exciting futuristic series.  The beginning setting takes place in the latetwenty-first century.  Matt and Jennifer have been friends for years. Matt’s feelings are strong towards Jessica and he wants to take their relationship to the next level. Jessica seems to feel the same for Matt, for him, yet, she has allowed him no intimacies. The story opens with Jessica and Matt texting.  He is on the slope...

Book Tour and Giveaway! Cami Checketts’ ‘Blog This!’

Cami Checketts is an amazing author! Her new, exciting,  story of a courageous young, single mother is a “must read”! In this fast-paced, suspenseful – yet, romantic – new adventure novel, a single mother’s life is nearly ended because of her successful blog information center. Check back here on Monday for a scant Biography and my personal Interview with Cami Checketts!  Oh, and do not foget to enter on...

‘Gently Awakened’ by Sara Joseph – Book Review by LAWonder10

Gently Awakened is highly recommended reading for any artist or literary person. I also would recommend it for the “lay” person as well. It is a very uplifting, motivational book. The author is not only talented in her writing ability, but in art, poetry, knowledge and wisdom, too. I thought I was quite well-versed in the bible. Some thoughts and quotes she brought out put a “new light” on scriptural reference...

‘Mr. Tilly and the Halloween Mystery’ by Noreen Leighton – Book Review by LAWonder10
Children's Books / October 10, 2013

This is a delightful story for toddlers and early elementary age. Mr Tilly is a dog who was adopted and now a devoted pet. He does all he can to bring joy and service to others. In this episode, Mr. Tilly tries to aid a friend in her loss and in searching for answers, he runs into a very scary situation.  He uses all his resources to find answers. What the result is seems simple but comical. A mild Halloween tale that won’t sca...

‘Annie’s Christmas Wish’ by Barbara Cameron – Book Review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / October 10, 2013

This is a slightly unusual Amish story.  It is published just in time to welcome the upcoming Holiday Season. Unlike most Amish girls, Annie’s main goal was not to be a wife and mother – although she would not discount that entirely – but her heart was set on becoming a writer.  Now at age twenty-one, her goals were still the same. Would anything change them?  She felt sure nothing would quell her desires – ob...

‘The Magic Word’ by Sherrill S. Cannon – Book Review by LAWonder10
Children's Books / October 5, 2013

What better month is there to introduce “Magic” anything than October?  October is here but that is not the “magic” we speak of in this delightfully, rhyming story of a rude little girl.  In a world where rudeness is so commonplace, this is a very picturesque way of attempting to change that. Sherrill is very good at presenting important issues through rhyming and storytelling.  The only problem I found with t...

‘Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims: Time-Travel Adventures with Exceptional Americans’ by Rush Limbaugh
Children's Books , Young Adult Books / October 4, 2013

OK, so you may not be a fan of the arogant Rush …regardless, this is still an accurate record of our forefathers which has greatly been lost in our school systems.  It is an injustice to early patriots who sacrificed so greatly , not to honor them for all the good they did for this nation, that we can enjoy freedoms we do. I am anxious to get theses for my grandkids to enjoy and learn from.  It is a book the whole family can di...

‘The Soul of the Rose’ by Ruth Trippy – Book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / October 4, 2013

This is a great historical drama. It is a book you can  read and relax with. Celia had experiencded an upsetting crisis in her hometown.  Her parents arranged for her to work for good friends in another town. Her employer also provided her room and board. Celia loved books so she was more than content to work in the Chestley’s book store.  Her literary talent bloomed and expanded within the small community, where she also made ...

‘Closet’ by Eric John Swanson
Adult Books , Uncategorized / September 29, 2013

At first, it took a lot of concentration to follow the story. It started with a prologue about a man who is out of work and depressed, but loves books.    He stopped in a used book store while shopping with his wife and felt compelled to read an old book. Against his wife’s wishes he purchases it though he didn’t really have the money to do so. While his wife was cleaning up the supper dishes and getting ready to put thei...

‘Adam Was A Punk! And Other Lessons From The Bible’ by R.m. Green – Book Review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / September 29, 2013

 The author of this delightful book, truly knows her scriptures! R.M. points out important elements all Christians should know and implement into their lives.  It is not just enough to say you’re a Christian.  Do you truly know what that means? Are you truly willing to be a Christian? This is a short, but very profound, book that all Christians, whether practicing or not, should read and ponder.  R.M. offers her own story of `s...

‘When the Clouds Roll By: Till We Meet Again’ by Myra Johnson – Book Review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / September 26, 2013

‘When the Clouds Roll By’ is a s very touching, bittersweet story about how war affect everyone’s lives…not just those who are called to fight. It describes some of the physical, spiritual, and emotional battles which are fought even when the war has ended. This tale takes place at the very end of WW1, mostly in a small community in Arkansas. Annemarie and Gil have been childhood friends, then sweethearts, sin...

‘Cintani Bird: Search for the Assassin’ by J L Cash – Book Reviewed by LAWonder10
Young Adult Books / September 26, 2013

Cintani Bird is a tale about Sophie and Lucca, lifelong childhood friends, and their ensuing relationship and the adventures they experience. Lucca and Sophie went on a bike ride and picnic, in spite of her mother’s objections to the impropriety her, alone with Lucca, and no chaperone.  Lucca had a special excursion planned, plus, an accompanying surprise.  They rode through a village and down a path, while Lucca recited to her all t...

‘Unlimited’ by Davis Bunn – Book Review by LAWonder10 & GIVEAWAY!
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / September 19, 2013

Davis Bunn’s ‘Unlimited’ is an action-packed book, based on actual events. This is a fast paced story of a young man who was compelled to go to Mexico to assist an ex-professor, Dr. Vasquez, with a high-tech experiment they had worked on. The professor needed Simon’s genius to complete the invention they had worked so hard developing well over a year before… Simon owed it to him. Shortly after crossing t...

‘Dora Deane’ by Mary Jane Holmes, Judith Quinlan – Book Review by LAWonder10

Dora Deane was but twelve years of age when she became an orphan.  Her dad died first, then a few years later, her mom died. She was left with only a widowed aunt with two daughters, and an uncle somewhere in India.  Her Uncle Nat had left for India after his brother married the girl he had been in love with for years.  His brother was closer to her age and they fell in love.  He could not bear seeing her with any other man so fled t...

Featuring ‘Unclaimed Legacy’ + the whole ‘Time and Again Trilogy by Deborah Heal and Mug Giveaway!!
Adult Books / September 16, 2013

I have not had the privilege of reading Deborah Heal’s new book, ‘Unclaimed Legacy’, but I trust it will be equally as great as her other writings.  I am so eager to get my copy and read it. This is an opportunity you must not miss!   The Rafflecopter giveaway entry form is below, but first let me tell you about Unclaimed Legacy. Those who have read Time and Again know that Abby Thomas is a college student on a summ...

‘Peter and the Whimper-Whineys’ by Sherrill S. Cannon – Book Review by LAWonder10
Children's Books / September 15, 2013

Have you ever felt grumbly and complaintive?  Do you like being around people who are that way?  What about someone who whines a lot, do you ever want them to just stop it?  Well, Peter’s mother was very tired hearing his complaints, whining and throwing fits.  One day she could stand it no longer so sent him to his room early and to bed. Peter’s mother had often told him if he did not stop his behavior, he would end up i...

‘South of Charm’ by Elliot Grace – Book Review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / September 10, 2013

Wayne, Sheryl, Danny and Katie Kaufman lived a life of struggling financially, yet seemed close.  At least Danny thought so.  He and his mom were a lot alike and shared walks after dinner…snuggled and talked together often.  Four year old Katie and her dad spent hours together playing with her toys, laughing and cuddling.  Mom loved both of them but it was always her daddy who Katie clung to.  Whereas, Danny wasn’t certai...

‘Why Kimba Saved the World’ by Meg Welch Dendler – Book Review by LAWonder10
Children's Books / September 10, 2013

For cat lovers everywhere, you must read this book!  This is a very cute story of how Kimba an Hiro had to decide with whom their loyalties should lie and with whom were they to trust  This decision could change the world. Kimba & Hiro were found in an alley nearly dead.  Their eyes were not even open yet.  They were taken to a warm place and given nourishment to sustain them. This story continues into the care they were given th...

‘The Sky Devil’ by L. Ron Hubbard – Book Review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / September 7, 2013

‘The Sky Devil’ was the main novella, however, included in the book on CD were also: ‘Buckley Plays A Hunch’ and ‘Medals for Mahoney’. ‘The Sky Devil’ was a good action drama.  It portrayed Vic Kennedy as an American pilot who helped a group fight a war in Greece.  He chose the losing side.  The French refused to let him land and the British refused to let him stay.  He was able to get ...

‘The Sacred Search’ by Gary Thomas – Book Review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / September 6, 2013

Do you wonder why your marriage isn’t what you thought it would be?  Are you single and cannot seem to find the “right one”?  Are you in a relationship that doesn’t seem to be going anywhere or has you confused?  How about, you are sure this must be true love and want to take it to the “next step”. If you fit into any of these scenarios, then this is the book for you.  Even if you do not fit into t...

‘Branded Outlaw’ by L. Ron Hubbard – Book Review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / September 5, 2013

Are you a fan of Gunsmoke, Big Valley, Rawhide, etc.? If so, you will enjoy L. Ron Hubbard’s books and audio books.  What?  You have never heard of theses?  Well, you are in for a clean, fun treat! In ‘Branded Outlaw’, a young man returns home after being away for six years.  He received an urgent letter requesting him to come home.  His mother had died when he was but twelve years old and his dad is all he had left...

‘We’re Done’ by Judy Irwin – Book Review by LAWonder10
Young Adult Books / September 5, 2013

I have “mulled’ the title over in my mind and cannot come up with a relationship to the book’s content.  I am sure the author had her reasons but I have not been able to cipher them out. The novella, as a whole, was quite good. The main subject line was bullying in school and different types of bullying. Thirteen-year-old Luke was best friends with Jon since grade school.  They both attended a private school. This w...

‘Quiet’ by Mary Martinez – Book Review by LAWonder10
Adult Books / September 4, 2013

The third book, ‘Quiet’ of the Beckett Series, is baffling to me.  I cannot truly relate the title to the story plot.  It could refer to a small portion of the story but not to the main content.  If you missed reading Book #1 of the series, you have missed the main foundation of the characters.  Although, this book briefly describes the other characters and situations, the reader will not get the full impact of the story ...

‘Innocent’ by Mary Martinez – Book Review by LAWonder10
Adult Books / September 4, 2013

‘Innocent’ is book #2 of the Beckett Series.  If you missed reading the first one you missed out on most of the foundation of the characters of this series.  They are described briefly here but you miss the full effect. This novel leaves off at the last of Book #1 then delves into the traumatic experiences of Jessica (youngest of the Beckett family).  Being a High School teacher, you wouldn’t think there would be th...

‘Disappear’ by Mary Martinez – Book Review by LAWonder10
Adult Books / September 4, 2013

The Beckett family is indeed an interesting and ideal family. The personalities of the group are strong, yet, very individual. The “Elders” (Mom aka Martha]  & Dad aka Fred) Beckett, raised their children to be independent and strong.  Tyler is a FBI agent.  Christine is an Attorney at Law.  Matthew is a business man and computer “geek”.  Jessica is a High School teacher.  All have strong patriotic, family...

‘Signs and Wonders’ by Alex Adena – Book Review by LAWonder10
Adult Books / August 23, 2013

What an honest, wonderful book concerning how sometimes good intentions can begin right but end up very false and dishonest.  It is also a very controversial novella. Reverend Grace discovered special gifts in his very young daughter – gifts he could commercialize on.  But before he was able to exploit them, they seemed to disappear.  Nevertheless, he decided to build his ministry on this premise anyway.  His daughter, Annie, t...

‘Fable: Edge of the World’ by Christie Golden – Book Review by LAWonder10
Young Adult Books / August 22, 2013

The beginning of this book was quite confusing.  It did not give a solid “lead” into the actual story.  It took me reading it a few times too just ignore the first few pages and continue reading.  It isn’t until the very end it somewhat connects.  As I continued to read, the plot began taking form.  It continued to improve as I got deeper into the actual story. There were several key characters but primarily King of...

‘Heroes, Mentors, and Friends’ by John Dowd, Jr. – Book Review by LAWonder10
Adult Books / August 19, 2013

John share with his readers the profound lessons he has learned through Heroes, Mentors and Friends he has known or known of.  He shares important thoughts on acquiring true success and happiness. We often wish we could put our life’s learning and wisdom into another’s head, but unfortunately we cannot.  However, if through writing and sharing these types of things, the author even helps one person to avoid “pitfall...

‘Embrace’ by Jessica Shirvington – Book Review by LAWonder10
Adult Books / August 19, 2013

I really like the new cover on this book better than the old.  It has a greater affect on the imagination, plus, it is more colorful. Embrace is a really far-fetched fantasy/paranormal.  The key characters are “Dad”, Violet, Lincoln, Steph, and Phoenix…at least for the most part. Violet had lost her mother at birth.  Her dad never fully recovered from the loss of his wife.  It had only been him and Violet from then ...

‘Night of the Purple Moon:The Toucan Trilogy Book1’ – Book Review by LAWonder10
Children's Books , Young Adult Books / August 17, 2013

Abby and Jordan and Baby Toucan moved to an Island town near Portland Maine with their father.  Their mother would join them as soon as she could get a job in Portland.  Abby hated moving from her Massachusetts home but there was nothing she could do about it.  Her brother, Jordon – a year younger than she – was happy living on the island, spending time with his dad. At school, the day of the purple moon, there was plenty...

‘Gimme-Jimmy’ by Sherrill S. Cannon – Book Review by LAWonder10
Children's Books / August 16, 2013

Do you know anyone who has a problem with sharing?  Do you know anyone who seems selfish?  If so, this is the perfect book for them. Jimmy is nicknamed, by the kids at school, Jimmy-Gimme because whatever he wants, he just says Gimme!  He then takes it from wherever it is at OR from whoever has it! His daddy tried to talk to him about it but Jimmy did not listen nor obey. However, one day Jimmy encountered a big problem…then bi...

‘Sagebrush’ by William Wayne Dicksion – Book Review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / August 15, 2013

When but a twelve year old lad, Michael was sleeping in the back of the covered wagon when suddenly their small wagon train were attacked by Comanche Indians. While trying to get away, his father was struck through the chest  with an arrow, another Indian pulled his mother – kicking, fighting, screaming -away from the wagon. The wagon hit a small boulder, which tipped  it upside down, knocking Michael out in the process. The ho...

‘Wait a Lonely Lifetime’ by Leigh Verrill-Rhys – Book Review by LAWonder10
Adult Books / August 12, 2013

Although the action is limited, this is a story the reader will find difficult to quit reading, until it is the end. I am, although,  unsettled on my review of the book cover.  It does have an illusion of vastness which can symbolize loneliness, but this is a love story so needs something to symbolize that, also. The story is of a woman and man who never really got to know each other well, yet, both fell in love with the other.  The ...

‘Anatomy of a Poet’ By CJ Heck – Book Review by LAWonder0
Adult Books / August 7, 2013

CJ Heck writes a book of sensuous thoughts and longing of love from an earlier time. In real life, CJ lost her husband to the war in Viet Nam.  The pain, void and deep longing is very cohesive in most of her writing.  She also writes of children and grandchildren and of homeless men.  Her thoughts are very poignant and beautiful. She writes with more prose than poetry.  Some of her prose is done very well, others are lacking in rhyth...

‘The Runner (Bk. 1 in Michael Knight series’ by A. Wayne Gill – Book Review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / August 6, 2013

If this is the first of the Michael Knight series then I can’t wait to read the next one! Michael Knight was from a long line of Preachers.  It was expected, by all who knew him, that he would follow in his father’s and brother’s footsteps.  How could he tell them all that his isn’t his dream?  Even his sweetheart he had grown up with expected this of him.  If he got accepted into law school, how would he brea...

‘Christmas Stalking’ by Margaret Daley – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / August 6, 2013

Christmas Stalking is a story of Ellie –  who is a professional body guard.  She is assigned to go undercover to protect a high profile widow who would be be doing a presentation at a very big event. An unexpected arrival of the widow, Winnie’s, grandson who is a marine biologist, put the whole house in an uproar. Winnie has to intervene between the two to prevent ongoing conflicts. Someone is threatening the life of Winn...

‘Adrift (the Last Selkie #1)’ by Elizabeth A. Reeves – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / August 6, 2013

This novel was an art of fantasy, suspense, romance, plus, cleanly written. This is great reading for YA as for Adults.  It arouses a sensuality, yet, with ministrant strong morals. Left alone after the death of her father, a young woman finds herself broke and traveling away from her home, not knowing where she is going nor where she will end up. The last of her money spent, she is on a ferry in Canada heading toward a place she has...

‘The Short Straw Bride’ by Karen Witemeyer – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / August 6, 2013

What a cleanly-written, delightful story! There is plenty of drama, humor and action. The story reminds me somewhat of “Seven Brides For Seven Brothers”.   it began full of action and humor, within the first part, but the it died out momentarily while the story was slightly ‘driven into the ground’. Even after the momentum increased toward the end, although the  action increased, the rest was quite predictable...

‘To Die For: A Novel of Anne Boleyn’ by Sandra Byrd – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / August 5, 2013

Amazons Synopsis: The story of Meg Wyatt, pledged forever as the best friend to Anne Boleyn since their childhoods on neighboring manors in Kent. When Anne’s star begins to ascend, of course she takes her best friend Meg along for the ride. Life in the court of Henry VIII is thrilling at first, but as Anne’s favor rises and falls, so does Meg’s. And though she’s pledged her loyalty to Anne no matter what the test, Meg just might lose...

‘The Heirs of Southbridge’ by Jennie Hansen – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / August 5, 2013

Amazon Overview:  When tragedy strikes Southbridge plantation, young Clayton and his brother, Travis, are forced from the only home they’ve ever known. Fleeing the drunken rage of their grandfather, with bounty hunters and horse thieves thick on their trail, the boys and their father try to eke out a lonely life as fugitives and cowboys. As Clayton nears adulthood, his greatest desire is for a strong and stable family, but his father...

‘Belonging’ by Robin Lee Hatcher – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / August 5, 2013

Belonging is a tale of three siblings from Chicago who, upon their mothers death, were sent to a Dr.’s orphanage, to be placed in homes out west. Although the three siblings tried to stay together, each was sent in a different direction. This is a story about the now grown Felicia, the middle child of the dying mother.  She finally, at age 26, receives her desired opportunity to become a school teacher. She makes friends, becom...

‘Betrayal’ by Robin Lee Hatcher – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books / August 5, 2013

This is a wonderful and cleanly-written book of the eldest and only son of a dying mother, who gave her deathbed wish that he would contact a Dr. who ran an orphanage that place orphans in homes out west.  He also promised to keep the family together and see over his two younger sisters. He was unable to keep these promises through no fault of his own. Eighteen years later he is trying to keep at least part of his promise and find hi...

‘Confessions of a Prodigal Daughter’ by Sarahbeth Caplin – Book Review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / July 29, 2013

Sarahbeth was raised Jewish all her life… albeit not strictly Jewish. She had experiences in her young life which made her want to avoid Christians.  She held little regard for them. However, she attended public schools so was exposed to many Christian attitudes and traditions. She decided at seventeen she would become a Jewish Rabbi and was determined to do so even into college.  During her college years she had experiences wh...

‘Get a Life: Clearwater Crossing #1’ by Laura Peyton Roberts – Book Review by LAWonder10
Young Adult Books / July 29, 2013

This is a great YA book! There were places in the story, however,  where one felt he/she had slipped into a different story.  The author attempted to set the stage of several individuals and his/her family’s separate interchanges.  In doing so, there was not a smooth transition between scenes and, at times,  one felt a little lost. However, the author was able to bring the reader back into the story. This novel is the first of ...

‘The Complex’ by Cathy E. Zaragoza – Book Review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / July 26, 2013

OK… Attention all YA!  This is worth your time, I PROMISE!!! The Complex is 367 pages of fast moving dialogue.  Really, the author could not have cut it much more without ruining the story.  When I first received this I thought I would mentally prepare myself for some rambling…. It wasn’t there.  I couldn’t believe I had finished it so fast and not once became bored! This is the first in the new Linx series by...

‘On a Quest for Christ’ by Lisa Are’ Wulf – Book Review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / July 25, 2013

On a Quest for Christ: tracing the footsteps of your spiritual journey, is a works which does just as it states – traces footsteps of one’s personal journey.  This is more than simply a book.  The author has presented this self-help book in story form then developed it into a personal history and self evaluation documentation. The author gives examples and thoughts, then makes it very easy for the reader to develop his/he...

“Finding God, Creating Me’ by Julie Pfeifer – Book Review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / July 24, 2013

This was a very well-written booklet. The author reminisces about a very special friend in her earlier years…a friend she lost contact with after she married and began having children… a friend who died. This booklet describes the relationship from the very beginning through the struggle the author had with her faith and understanding. She questioned what she truly believed. Steve was the best friend she ever had, helped ...

‘Ashes Ashes’ by Julie Coulter Bellon – Book Reviw by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / July 19, 2013

Julie Coulter Bellon’s exciting Hostage Negotiation series continues in this second novel of ‘Ashes Ashes’. Colby’s experience in the Marines as a sniper provided him with the qualifications he needed as a sharpshooter/detective for the local police Hostage Negotiations task force.  He loved his job… most of the time. He usually felt like he could really aid in the saving of lives and in saving others fr...

‘The Aedyn Chronicles: Flight of the Outcasts’ by Alister McGrath – Book Reveiw by LAWOnder10
Children's Books / July 17, 2013

‘The Aedyn Chronicles: Flight of the Outcasts’ is the second in the series. I didn’t have the time to purchase the first one before this review but the second book was fairly explanatory of what occurred during the first. (I still highly recommend reading ‘The Aedyn Chronicles: The Chosen Ones’ first) This was a tough one to accurately rate. The story line was very good yet at times a narrative would app...

‘Love’s Rescue’ by Tammy Barley – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Historical Fiction / July 16, 2013

This is a great, well-written and clean novel about tragedy, adventure, relationships and romance. The time frame is during the Civil War. Jess’s beloved brother and best friend is disowned by his father for turning away from their new western home and family business to defend their home and property in Kentucky by fighting for the Confederacy. Jess maintains close contact with him until suddenly the letters stop. In desperati...

‘The Rancher’ by Kelli Ann Morgan – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / July 14, 2013

This is a clean, delightful historical romance! It was not totally predictable. There were a few twists the author incorporated. The family of male main characters were very masculine,  individual, and alluring. The story was about two individuals from a strong family foundation, yet from very different circumstances. There was some slight humor and quite a bit of action. It never dragged on. Those Redbourne’s were a strong, de...

‘The Planet-Girded Suns’ by Sylvia Engdahl – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books / July 14, 2013

‘The Planet-Girded Suns: History of Human Thought About Extrasolar Worlds’ is just what the title claims. The author has done a massive amount of research on his subject. In her updated version, she has brought to light much documentation that was not available in earlier editions of her book. It astounds me how she obtained so much information! The author has gone to extensive research to aid others in knowledge and stud...

‘Angel Falls’ by Connie Mann – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books / July 6, 2013

I just finished reading and amazing book with a very captivating story. The only negative points of the story was its somewhat repetitiveness and it dragged out slightly. There was some sexual content but nothing explicit. I would feel comfortable in allowing an older YA to read it. The story centers around a young nurse raised in Brazil, educated in the United States, then returned to Brazil to run an orphanage created by her benefa...

‘Tnetnok: A Special Star’ by Gary L. Fox, Jr. – book review by LAWonder10
Children's Books / July 5, 2013

Such a clever and different story this is! A new, and wonderful twist on the Christmas Star. It is great at the Holiday time of year but also during the year.  It is a great teaching tool for building a feeling of individual worth in things pertaining to God. This is a perfect bedtime story for pre-elementary and elementary age. It is also great reading exercise for slightly advanced readers. For a good religious study book for very ...

‘A Greater Love’ by Rachael Ann Nunes – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / July 5, 2013

“A Greater Love’ is a very touching story at the Holiday time of the year or at anytime. This is a touching, bittersweet tale of a couple, who after several years of marriage are childless – one by choice, the other because of the spouse’s choice. It causes a major problem in their marriage. This is also a story about two young children, orphaned through the death of their parents and given to an alcoholic aun...

‘The Prairie Prince’ by Marcia Lyn McClure – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / July 1, 2013

‘The Prairie Prince’ is just one of Marcia Lyn McClure’s many literary masterpieces. This is was extremely talented author. Through her writings, she causes intense emotional, passionate feelings to arise within her reading audience without explicit details. It is very “cleanly” accomplished. This is a romantic, historic fiction drama with some added action.  It is a story of two specific families: A dys...

‘It’s Nothing Personal’ by Kate O’Reilley (Sherry Gorman) – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books / June 28, 2013

WOW! What a tremendously talented writer Sherry Gorman (alias Kate O’Reilley) is! This was a bittersweet and powerful story of an anesthesiologist who lived through two years of a nightmare. Through the acts of a selfish, ruthless individual, the repercussions affected the lives of many innocent people, including Dr. Jenna Reiner. It is the amazing account of the impact society and some of the evils of power and money can have ...

‘Never Stop Holding Hands’ by Shara Grylls – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books / June 28, 2013

This was a fun and meaningful book.  It addresses several issues couples sometimes fail to do to maintain a solid marriage relationship foundation. Inside these pages are valuable ideas to keep the “love light glowing” for years after some of the “bliss” fades through life’s trials.. All newly wedded and engaged couples should read this. What a great engagement present. It is full of words of wisdom in a...

‘Love Simplified’ by Terri J. Haynes – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / June 28, 2013

OK This story was very predictable but what a great Chick lit, It creates warm ‘fuzzies’ all over. One experiences a barrage of emotions throughout this well-written, romantic but clean story. Tempest Day was a known love professional but realized she had never been in love. She had dated but they all ended leaving her feeling unfulfilled. She was successful with getting others together, why not herself? On a national int...

‘Against the Odds’ by J. Adams – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / June 28, 2013

Raine was a successful model who made a lot of money but she wasn’t happy.  Things had not been  good with her husband Jerome for awhile. To “top off” the whole situation, her husband admitted to cheating on her and that was the last straw. She felt she had to get away.  Raine called her best friend, Caroline, who  insisted (along with her husband, David) she come and stay with them on the ranch as long as she wishe...

‘Children’s Favorite Bible Stories’ by Thomas Nelson – book review by LAWonder10
Children's Books / June 28, 2013

This Children’s Favorite Bible Stories book is not just a cheap copy of bible stories. This is a nice printed copy on quality paper, is hard-bound, and has full page color illustrations by Natalie Carabetta. It, also, contains ideas to encourage pondering and deeper thought. Within these pages there are little prayers at the end of each story to assist little ones in learning to pray, including praying about what they have lear...

‘Ryan’s Crossing’ by Carrie Daws – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / June 28, 2013

This was a sequel to ‘CROSSING VALUES’. The story was well-written. The momentum kept building to the end but the intensity left one slightly disappointed. After years of searching, Ryan’s parents have found his sister Amber. Furthermore, she is getting married.  Still angry with her for abandoning him years ago, he loves her deeply. He needs to be there for her and make sure the man she is marrying is OK. When arri...

‘Crossing Values’ by Carrie Daws – book review by LAWonder10

Yes, this was quite predictable. Yes, this was almost too good to be true. Yet, this was so totally uplifting and well-written, it would benefit all to read and enjoy this novella. This was a totally uplifting novella of a forlorn young woman,  with tragedy and no stability in her young life. She was out of money, again, and wondered into a small tourist town.  It seemed doubtful she would find work on their off-season but she had to...

‘A Wolf Pup’s Tale’ by Rachael Yu – book review by LAWonder10
Children's Books / June 25, 2013

This was a slightly unique story about the wolf pup’s adventures.  He got separated from his mother which led to some exciting, and sometimes frightening, adventures. Delight your “little” ones with this fun story about the wolf pup’s efforts to find his mother again.  The illustrations are very colorful and expertly done. The  book would be a good reading practice for an advanced elementary student.  It would...

‘Finishing Touches’ by LK Hunsaker – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books / June 25, 2013

Jenna was only 24 when cancer took her husband. He was a very successful young artist.  She was content to just be his wife and put her own talents and desires “on hold” so she could totally support him. Her parents and best friend were against her marriage but she was happy with this decision anyway. The storyline was a little difficult at first to follow, as the author fluctuated between past and present.  She, however,...

“Never Ending Spring’ – by Darrell Case – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / June 25, 2013

The first part of this story was slightly difficult to follow but as the story progressed, so did the writing quality. The remaining pages were very well-written. This is a bittersweet tale of a family’s experience of the sudden death of loved ones, in a manner many of us will not have to directly experience. Still, there are enough of the events which many of us do experience, or have done, that we can emphasize with the chara...

‘In Her Name Empire’ by Michael R. Hicks – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books / June 25, 2013

OK. I had determined in the first half of this book I really could not justify even a solid three star rating. It seemed repetitive and lacking in content. There was also profanity, and I wasn’t at all impressed with the writing…there were also a lot of typographical errors. This is a story of a cruel warring planet who is feared by confederations and all who dwell within. It is also a story about a young boy who repeated...

‘Paint Me True’ by E.M. Tippetts – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / June 25, 2013

‘Paint Me True’ is a novel about a twenty-nine year old woman who has dated a “Nerd” for six months. She had recently moved to Oregon and didn’t know many people. She was a professional painter and was house-sitting for her new stepmother. She hadn’t dated much and Len (the “nerd”) was always nice to her. When he asked her out, she did not want to hurt his feelings and it was “jus...

‘Castles in the Sand’ by E. M. Tippetts – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / June 22, 2013

The novel is the first of E.M. Tippetts’ new series, ‘Shattered Castles’, therefore she was setting up a story foundation that at times was distracting to the reader. The first part of this book was a little slow. Madison lives in a small town and is a part of a dysfunctional home-life. Her best friend, Kaillie, are opposite in most ways.  Kaillie is more “messed up” than anyone and is from a worse dysfu...

‘Nobody’s Damsel’ by E.M. Tippetts – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / June 22, 2013

This is the second of Ms. Tippetts’ Fairytale series. The first, ‘Somebody Else’s Fairytale’, set the stage. Now Cloe has her Master’s degree and has been miraculously hired by Jason’s and her home town as a forensic scientist. Will the separate types of lifestyles and all the negative media destroy the ties between Cloe and Jason? Can their love survive with so much against them? These two books o...

‘Robby’s Quest for Seed’ by D.C. Rush & Daniela Frongia -book review by LAWonder10
Children's Books / June 21, 2013

This short story consisted of a group of birds migrating for the winter. Unable to settle in their location of choice, because of circumstances, they had to quickly find a new place to settle.  With food supply scarce and other detriments facing them, Robbie feared for the worse.  He was responsible for their safety.  He must not fail! There were good points on being responsible, trustworthy, persevering, and optimistic.  It also emp...

‘The Rebels of Cordovia’ by Linda Weaver Clarke – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / June 20, 2013

Linda Weaver Clarke has, once again, created an intriguingly wonderful story. This is a different twist on a tale you will surely recognize.  It is in a historical setting…After King Arthur…”Merry Men”…..Have you guessed yet?  It is a beloved tale! Cordovia was once an ideal peaceful country. An evil man took over leadership and now the people are beginning to rebel.  The two key people, Marie and Daniel...

‘Beautiful, Magical, Amazing Ballet’ by Mary Lee – book review by LAWonder10
Children's Books / June 20, 2013

In my review of this book, I find it to be written in a very creative manner! The illustrations are very simple, cute and colorful.  This alone would entice most any young girl to want to read it.  However, that isn’t all there is to this very clever story.  There are creative thoughts and good comparisons  expressed within these pages. This book can aid in cognitive development. I highly recommend it. What a great book for tod...

‘Mrs. Claus and the School of Christmas Spirit’ by Rebecca Munsterer – book review by LAWonder10
Children's Books / June 20, 2013

Enjoy Christmas in July with your little ones!  “Christmas Spirit” can be encouraged anytime of the year. This was a well-written, creative story which broadens the positive meaning of Christmas. It puts a different twist on the usual Christmas stories, and adds in the building up of the Christmas spirit in young ones! I would recommend this for older elementary age students and for advanced elementary reading. With this ...

No Exit: The Apple Grove Gang (Volume 1)’ by Hamilton C. Burger – book review by LAWonder10
Children's Books / June 20, 2013

This is a great book for Summer Reading programs. This elementary chapter book places importance on friendships, working together to solve problems, and in offering positive support within a community. By utilizing individual talents and capabilities, much can be accomplished. Portrays good and bad in life. This book offers mystery/suspense, adventure and unity. My book review for ‘No Exit: the Apple Gove Gang’ offers a F...

‘Dead Running’ by Cami Checketts – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / June 16, 2013

Cami Checketts is a talented writer yet I am a little confused as to where she came up with this title. I have a couple of vague ideas but I feel she could have come up with a better title. Regardless, this was a delightful story of a woman in her mid-20’s living with her grandmother after the loss of her parents killed in an accident in Mexico. After the Prequel, the story unfolds with grumbling by Cassie, and it is soon disco...

‘Johnny Came Home’, by Tony Breeden – review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / June 15, 2013

First, although this is a totally honest book review, I must acknowledge this book was sent to me by the author for a review. It has been on of the most difficult book reviews I have ever done. I have very mixed feelings on the subject matter vs. literary content. It is a  very well written novel.  Breeden has effectively captured an array of strong characterizations yet, has brilliantly intermingled them in an interesting way. Johnn...

‘At the End of Our Journey’ by Jack R. East, Jr. – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / June 12, 2013

My daughter won this in a giveaway.  I found the title and subject matter interesting so borrowed it from her. This was a very inspiring account of a spiritual journey of  Jack R. East, Jr.  The basis of this journey was in two consecutive dreams he experienced at the latter part of 2010. He presents this without overbearing preaching, nor in presenting his views and experience as absolute gospel. Jack effectively ‘shares’...

‘Madison Morgan:When Dogs Blog’ by Pam Torres – book review by LAWonder10

This is a fun Chapter Book for older elementary age children. Madison is beginning sixth grade in Middle School. She is not very excited about it and decides she just wants to appear invisible.  Her best friend, Paige, is excited to start Middle School.  She has gotten interested in fashion and boys…boring. They have been friends since first grade.  Now,  Madison hardly recognizes Paige with her new attitude and interests. Then...

‘Starlet’s Run’ by Carla Hannah – book review by LAWonder10
"New" YA Books , Young Adult Books / June 10, 2013

Surprisingly, this second book of the Starlet’s series was better written than the first. Liana Marie Michaels is truly discovering who she is and Manuel is likewise finding who he is. The question is; Will this discovery allow them to stay together or direct them into going separate ways? Marie Michaels makes a major decision for her future. That decision leads us to the next book of the series in an effective way. There was n...

‘Finding Her Way’ by Leah Baniki – Book Review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / June 8, 2013

For all Historical Fiction fans, this is the first in a series of this highly recommended series. This s an adventure of a young woman’s difficult journey from Boston to Oregon  to join her father.  Three years previously, she was a spoiled Kentucky girl who, after her mother’s sudden death, refused to go West with him.  At that time, she was Fourteen and mad at her father for selling their beloved home.  It was a home fu...

‘Warring Spirits’ by April W. Gardner – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books / June 8, 2013

WOW! What a profoundly moving piece of Literature! This is a tremendous Historical Romance of which a man would probably enjoy as much as a woman. There is plenty of action, adventure, drama, romance and suspense within the pages of this novel. The setting is in the early part of the 1800’s;  a time when there were many land wars between the American Indian, Mexico, and the U.S.A. The story unfolds with a Mulatto slave woman, p...

‘Starlet’s Web’ by Carla J. Hanna – Book Review by LAWonder10
"New" YA Books , Adult Books / June 1, 2013

  This was a difficult book for me to “get into”.  It seemed very repetitive and  to drag through most of the book.  Carla Hanna generously donated it in exchange for an honest review and this is.  I really hate when I cannot lend a firm support to new authors. This is my “take ” of the story. One:  This is meant to be a Young Adult book. I suppose it would be listed as a “New” YA book. (I thi...

‘Buyer’s Remorse’ by Traci Tyne Hilton -Book Review given by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / May 27, 2013

I love this title!  It hilariously fits the story! Mitzy was a successful Realtor who, after having a traumatic kidnapping experience, decided to take some time off her job to recover.  She sold her condo,  was in the process of picking up the last of her cleaning supplies from it, when she discovered the dead body of a woman who surprisingly looked a lot like she did.  The Mafia had threatened her, earlier, when she testified and pu...

‘Millicent Marie is Not My Name’ by Karen Pokras Toz – Book Review given by LAWonder10
Children's Books / May 27, 2013

How many of you children really like your name?  If you do, you are lucky.  Often our names result in much teasing in school from our peers.  Millicent Marie was determined nobody would know her full name.  Read the story and discover what happened.  This is a very well-written story.  I would suggest the age group interest of this book would be early elementary.  However, this is a fun chapter book the older elementary age will sure...

‘The Worry Glasses’ by Donalisa Helsley – Book Review given by LAWonder10
Children's Books / May 27, 2013

This tale is of a little girl with all sorts of anxieties. It is a very entertaining, cute story.  I highly recommend this book to teachers, parents and reading groups for children.  It is an excellent book to help with parenting skills and in assisting children who need to cope with anxiety and anger issues.  Children will become more aware of their own challenges with ideas on how to manage them.  This is very well-written.  The e-...

‘Someone Else’s Fairytale’ by E. M. Tippetts – book review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / May 27, 2013

I bought this book over a year ago but decided to read it again.  I enjoyed it just as much as the first time I read it.  Once again, I stayed up all night until the story ended. This is a very well written, very cute story.  It kept my interest throughout each page.  This tale brings out some of the craziness one experiences in life.  Often our sadness is caused by our own foolish choices.  Sometimes when situations in life has gone...

‘Beyond The Pond’ by Jennie Samuel – Book Review by LAWonder10
Children's Books / May 27, 2013

This is a well-written story – written in sections.                                                                Its content is geared toward the older elementary age or for young teenagers. It is slightly confusing in the first part of the book as to what this story was really going to be about. I felt I was reading a story for two different age groups –  for the younger  group, it was lacking in illustrations. There w...

‘The Forever Stone’ by Gloria Repp – Book Review by LAWonder10
Adult Books , Young Adult Books / May 27, 2013

  The author sent me a complimentary copy of her book in exchange for an honest book review. What neither of us realized is that I had already downloaded and read her e-book. I drew my conclusions of my book review before I even received it.  I was curious about this book and I am not disappointed after reading it. This is a story about a woman who had been in a abusive marriage.  Now, after the death of her husband, has an oppo...

‘Number Zoo’ by Petra Craddock – Book Review given by LAWonder10
Children's Books / May 17, 2013

This is a great teaching book for numbers 1 to 9. Toddlers will love it. The illustrations are simple but colorful. It is good for an early reader. The only objection I have is petty. …Why did the numbers not go through the number 10? My book review for this book offers a solid Four Star () rating. Buy this book now from Amazon [raw] [/raw]

‘The Five Mouse Brothers’ by Rachel Yu – Book Review given by LAWonder10
Children's Books / May 17, 2013

I  recommend this to an advanced elementary reader. This book reviewer feels this is somewhat of an unique book.    Through illustrations and other means of emphasis, the reader fills in the blanks. The illustrations are good. It is definitely a different approach to reading than most. The book aids in identifying objects and words. Because of all the above reasons I review this book giving it a Five Star BUY THOS BOOK NOW FROM AMAZO...