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Pathways to the Soul

by Sharon Flesher

For those who have a gnawing sense that they should be engaged in a spiritual discovery practice, but are overwhelmed by the dizzying array of books, teachers, techniques and methods available, Warter offers a good place to start. The... Read More

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Prayers to Sophia

by Sharon Flesher

This volume of fifty short prayers is not likely to cause more than a ripple in the ongoing dispute between conservative Christians and advocates of Sophia, who, as described by Rupp, is the feminine aspect of the divine found in the... Read More

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More Charlotte Mason Education

by Sharon Flesher

The growth in popularity of home schooling in recent decades has produced an explosion in the quantity and variety of curriculum options available to home educators, leaving many parents to wonder if the hardest decision is not whether... Read More

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While You Were Sleeping

by Sharon Flesher

This counting book has few words to mar Butler’s exquisite illustrations. In the first book that he has both written and illustrated, Butler has chosen his words well, but the value of this book comes from the paintings that are so... Read More

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Raggedy Ann and More

by Sharon Flesher

Arguably one of the most famous dolls in history, yarn-haired Raggedy Ann has been around for forty years longer than the overly fashion-conscious Barbie. When the Malibu princess debuted in the late 1950s, eventually becoming the... Read More

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The Power of Now

by Sharon Flesher

“Enlightenment” is a word so casually and frequently used these days that it is sometimes less meaningful than at other times. Thankfully, Tolle, a German-born spiritual teacher now residing in Vancouver, provides a clear definition... Read More

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Collection by Design

by Sharon Flesher

Any owner of this paperdoll book is almost guaranteed to have the most extravagantly dressed dolls in town. The costumes, drawn from the Jerry Silvermann/Shannon Rodgers Collection at the Kent State University Museum, accurately... Read More

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