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June 15, 2007

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published June 15, 2007. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in June 2007.

Book Review

The Experience of Being Human

For author retired minister and poet Michael Alan Paull to be human is to accept oneself with all one’s imperfections and become sensitive to the stirrings of desire in one’s spirit that mark the urge to grow and discover oneself and... Read More

Book Review

The Experience of Being Human

For author retired minister and poet Michael Alan Paull to be human is to accept oneself with all one’s imperfections and become sensitive to the stirrings of desire in one’s spirit that mark the urge to grow and discover oneself and... Read More

Book Review

The Experience of Being Human

For author retired minister and poet Michael Alan Paull to be human is to accept oneself with all one’s imperfections and become sensitive to the stirrings of desire in one’s spirit that mark the urge to grow and discover oneself and... Read More

Book Review

The 7 1/2 Habits of Highly Humorous People

“To think my wife cheats on me just because she sometimes comes home at 6 a.m. and hasn’t had sex with me in two years is just silly” Jacobson writes. This hypothetical example of humorous self talk is a great example of the... Read More

Book Review

A Bull in a Glass House

“In a nutshell corporate survival is about competence and relationships just like the Marines” author José Astorga writes. “If I were to come up with a very short recipe for survival or success it would have to be: Competence... Read More

Book Review

Stories That Words Told Me

Here is E.L. Alban’s paean for the complexity and richness of words those “filigrees of language …. like seedlings on the furrows of a field / that blossom into gardens / on the expanses of the soul.” Alban presents twenty-one... Read More

Book Review

Gnome Chronicles

Here’s a tall tale of forest-dwelling creatures who groove on kitchen gardens embrace routine and eschew change. “It’s not that they didn’t enjoy the occasional adventure just as long as they didn’t make a habit of it.” Then... Read More

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