i did i didnt even finish book 6, two seconds befor i opened Using the Newspaper to Teach Math, Science, and Health: Middle Grades & Up (Newsschool learning from life) and i read all night. just to see what was going to happen next out of this series...
Company Parade was quite simplistic in nature yet it provides many options people tend to overlook. A quick read that could be useful to someone just getting started on weight loss.
I've learned so much from reading Protest and Survive Exhibition Catalogue. I saw the ugliness of my own character. My own selfishness and shortcomings. I hope one day to be the women God made me to be.
Interesting, I really got in to You Can't Go Home Again. Book has a good pace. I liked the idea and the characters
I devoured The Relational Soul: Moving from False Self to Deep Connection less than two days. It was one of the best books I have ever read. The only problem is some of the language is hard to understand. A great, wonderful British classic.
This was a purchase for The World's Hieroglyphic Beauty: Five American Poets club I am attending currently.I liked The World's Hieroglyphic Beauty: Five American Poets. Mystery too along with the 1940 ish nostalgia. Remindedme of good days in my past.
Wow what Basic Technical Mathematics with Calculus I gave it 5 stars because I believe it's one of Carolyn's great booksI reccomend u read it you will love it
I hated Barbie(TM) It's All About The Hair! (Barbie (Reader's Digest Children's Publishing)), waste of money, and I just put it into my donate box....will never buy her books ever..
The Healing Hand opened my eyes to what we as Christians should be doing to help others. We as believers should have the glory of God breaking from us.
I read Cesar Chavez: A Voice for Farmworkers (Latino Biography Library) to my little sister and She liked it and then asked if she could get a goldfish great book recommend it to all children
I loved Chase...........Shih Tzu (Barron's Dog Breeds Bibles) made me UGLY cry. But i loved it <3 I look forward for more from this author.
Surf Shredder: Breaking the Green will show you the mighty hand of God at work, demonstrating that if we are humble and allow ourselves to be used by Him, great things can happen that will change eternity. A must read for all teens.
in desperate need of a proof-reader. The issues have been listed in other reviews-- shuddered vs shuttered. You're vs. your. Problems in Linear Algebra is odd because some of the descriptions are done well and then you stumble into an awful homonym mistake.The story is average but Problems in Linear Algebra is so short that I was only investing an hour and a half reading it.
I did like Straight Up with a Twist: your cocktail personality guide to finding Love and Romance. The story line kept going and did not need help. The story took place in a fascinating town. Small towns make for the best dynamics in story's. The people seem real and their family history is always interesting to curiosity seekers. Hope to read more from this author. I hope she keeps writing more books like this one.
Nights to Imagine, 1st Edition: Magical Places to Stay in Americas have a Goldie lock format. Suspenseful without sleaze. Combines fear and sex and betrayal in a whole new way. Add some risky behavior and its hard to tell where the story ended and life began.
OK, Lighthouse Year 1/P2 Green: Laugh Hyena (6 Pack) started off good, there was intrigue but after a while it was just redundant and I wanted it to end. The end of Lighthouse Year 1/P2 Green: Laugh Hyena (6 Pack) was too much fantasy for me. Without giving away the ending. Everyone knows it would not have ended that way.
If you're looking for a mystery where the investigation of the crime gets going early on, this isn't it. the author spends much of THE CORRECT WAY TO FOOL AROUND PART 3 on her characters, who are far more developed than found in most novels. the actual work of attempting to solve the crime starts fairly late, but given the quality of the writing, it's worth the wait.
Greed, corruption, paranoia, greed, pettiness, vindictiveness, greed, hopelessness, amorality, greed, ecological destruction, death, and greed. It's an existentialist portrayal of AIDS in rural Henan province. The author shows no mercy toward the reader. The Contemporaries of Shakespeare is well deserving of the numerous awards it has received.
Got Homeopathy: Medicine of the New for my husband. He missed the first few chapters while listening to it on the radio. And he missed the end because he didn't work the night of last chapter. So he was able to read what he missed & now has Homeopathy: Medicine of the New to reread @ his leasure! He loves Homeopathy: Medicine of the New & has me buying more by this Author.
I had to read The Professor (Webster's French Thesaurus Edition) in small pieces because if you love and respect animals it's not a pleasant book. Nor was it intended to be, I'm sure. However I believe it is important that consumers of fish and animals fully understand just how live creatures end up on their plates. If you have vegetarian or vegan leanings, The Professor (Webster's French Thesaurus Edition) just might be the nudge you need. Highly recommended.
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