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July 2001

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published July 2001.

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Massachusetts (Hello USA)

Massachusetts is a small state. In fact 70 states the size of Massachusetts could fit inside Alaska, the country’s largest state. But Massachusetts makes up for its size with a great variety of landscapes and natural attractions. The... Read More

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Deceived by Shame, Desired by God

by Ben Johnston

Christianity and psychiatry in recent years have taken cautious steps toward an alliance. Crossing a chasm of mutual distrust hasn’t been easy. The author, who has served as a Christian counselor and therapist at the Minirth-Meyer... Read More

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Philo T. Farnsworth

by Ron Kaplan

People nowadays take the simple act of turning on the television for granted. Some young people can’t even fathom life before cable, VCRs, or remote controls. (Heaven forbid some slothful viewer should have to get up to change the... Read More

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Blue Wolf

by Mark Terry

When Alix Thorssen was a little girl she encountered a wolf while working on her aunt’s sheep ranch. Years later, as an art gallery owner in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Alix receives, from the eccentric but talented painter Queen Johns, a... Read More

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Yankees on the Doorstep

by Linda Salisbury

Diaries are personal outlets for many teens, a place to record secrets and observations. Sometimes they become a part of history, such as the one kept by Anne Frank. As a young woman in the American South, Sarah Morgan also kept a now... Read More

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Plain Living

“Plain Living is a spiritual journey of discovery, a path to be followed, not a goal to be achieved.” So begins this gentle guide to living life from the spiritual center. The author, a practicing Quaker, focuses on what seems to... Read More

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How to Write Funny

“What one person finds funny another person finds deranged,” states Robin Hemley, whose essay, “Relaxing the Rules of Reason,” opens this collection of works by humor writers, designed to help authors incorporate wit into all... Read More

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