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Rose's Jungle

by Linda Salisbury

Happy are the children of working parents who look forward to their daycare experiences. A day away from home is especially wonderful when it involves using imagination and creative play. In exuberant verse, Barbara Rogenmoser tells the... Read More

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Passage Rites

by Linda Salisbury

“Regrets are for those who have surrendered or given up striving, who have chosen to cower in the ‘face of adversity,’” writes Michael Crabtree, who faced life-changing legal problems when he was a young man, in Passage Rites... Read More

Book Review

God Speaks

by Linda Salisbury

God is known to speak in mysterious ways, often using surprising people to communicate his messages. In biblical times, the Word of God might come through a shepherd, or a virgin, or a hermit who ate locust and honey. By the time these... Read More

Book Review

Shame Heirs

by Linda Salisbury

“HUMAN BEING is pathologically persistent in his yearning for unhappiness,” writes Russian-born author Anna Ilyina. And based on the characters she brings to life in Shame Heirs, it must be true. They succeed in finding unhappiness,... Read More

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Isaiah 6:8

by Linda Salisbury

Carol Hughes begins her inspirational story by admitting that she’s not a writer but invites readers to envision sitting across her kitchen table as she relates the life-changing events in her life. Widowed with five children at age... Read More

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