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Moral Fibre

by Vivian Turnbull

The historical novel "Moral Fibre" follows a pilot and his love interest as they confront racism and cultivate bravery. Helena P. Schrader’s rich historical novel "Moral Fibre" follows a World War II bomber pilot, and those he cares... Read More

Book Review

Long Way Home

by Vivian Turnbull

Lynn Austin’s poignant historical novel "Long Way Home" highlights the heroism of those who lived through WWII. Gisela’s family becomes unsafe as Germany turns hostile toward Jewish people. They secure spots on a boat bound for Cuba,... Read More

Book Review

The Adventures of Big Dog

by Vivian Turnbull

"The Adventures of Big Dog" is a fun chapter book in which siblings are determined to prove themselves ready for a pet. In Donald R. Draayer’s chapter book "The Adventures of Big Dog", siblings who yearn for a dog pet-sit for the first... Read More

Book Review

Sea Glass Cottage

by Vivian Turnbull

In Irene Hannon’s Christian romance novel "Sea Glass Cottage", two hearts rekindle a spark that both thought was extinguished forever. Jack is content with his life in cozy Hope Harbor, so when Christi—the girl who shattered his... Read More

Book Review

Scrumptious

by Vivian Turnbull

In Jennie K. Brown’s novel "Scrumptious", a charming, talented middle school student enters a cooking competition. Petunia loves cooking more than anything. It’s a passion that was instilled in her by now-departed Grammy Joanne. So... Read More

Book Review

Oathbound

by Vivian Turnbull

Victoria McCombs’s young adult novel "Oathbound" is filled with danger, romance, and a good dose of piracy. Emme is running out of time. Sick with the same disease that killed her father, her only hope lies in retrieving the Elmber Nut... Read More

Book Review

In the End

by Vivian Turnbull

In the spiritual adventure novel "In the End", twelve friends are faced with heartache once their world collapses. In Ken Saik’s spiritual novel "In the End", twelve teenagers face death together, choosing to stick with one another... Read More

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