Friday, February 17, 2012

Reading Journal - February 17: The Resolution for Women & More

The Resolution for Women by Priscilla Shirer

This is a book for all women in all ages and stages of life. I found that there were parts of the book I already applied to my life, but then "pow" there was a small nugget that would convict and give me a lot of food for thought. My favorite parts were the sections on marriage, children and leaving a legacy.

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The River Queen: A Water Wheel Novel by Gilbert Morris

I have enjoyed many of Gilbert Morris' previous books, but I found this one lacking. Morris' strength is his descriptive writing, but I found the plot shallow and the heroine a brat!

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Family Grandstand by Carol Ryrie Brink

From the author of Caddie Woodlawn, Family Grandstand tells the story of the Ridgeway children who live in the mid-west and love college football. This was a cute story, though not as charming as Caddie.

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The Children of the New Forest by Frederick Marryat

This was our literature selection for our current term. We read ahead and finished it a few week early. I will be reviewing this fun story next week.

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