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Reviews of Books with 114 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 114 pages.

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Anung's Journey

by Aimee Jodoin

In clear, unadorned language, Carl Nordgren tells the story of Anung, an orphaned Ojibway boy who traverses the land to share with the greatest chief of the nations how all the men and women of his tribe cared for him when his parents... Read More

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by Colby Cedar Smith

McCandless describes actively turning toward trust and forgiveness in this eclectic collection about chronic illness and abuse. “Life is not a state of being; it is a process of becoming. This book is about the process,” states Beth... Read More

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How to Pray

by Melissa Wuske

Evangelist makes a case for concentration in prayer as a key to accessing the power of God. "How to Pray", by evangelist Leon Kabasele, is a Bible-based look at why a person should pray, how to pray effectively, and ways to pray.... Read More

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Move With Balance

by Sarah White

Tossing bean bags, moving like a dancer, and doing the hokey pokey might seem like silly exercises for adults, but Karen Peterson says they can be key to helping elderly people improve their coordination, prevent falls, and save their... Read More

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