Banana Splits for Breakfast: 55 Ways to Spiritually Guide Your Preschooler
Blurb: Are you a Christian parent of a preschooler? Would you like some ideas on how to spiritually parent on purpose? If so, this book will help you to make the most of the time you have leading your child!
Dr. Susan Harrison shares personal stories and insights she has gathered from life with her own preschooler and over 10 years experience with families with preschoolers. Some examples include how to watch TV the right way, unique ways to read the Bible with your child and how to teach your child to share about Jesus Christ.
Reader review: Dr. Harrison has done a terrific job of compiling a list of purposeful and fun ways to draw children closer to God. This is a must-read for parents, grandparents, godparents, favorite aunts and uncles, teachers, or anyone who wants to be a positive spiritual influence on the children in their lives. Although it is targeted at preschoolers, many of the ideas may also be applied to older children. This is a book I will continue to reference for years to come. Bravo!
No-Knead Pizza Dough & More: From the Kitchen of Artisan Bread with Steve
Blurb: You’ll be pleasantly surprised with how easy it is to make pizza dough. Just mix… wait… and poof, you have pizza dough. And, once you have the pizza dough you can make pizza, calzone, breadsticks, and garlic knots.
Hi… I’m Steve. My YouTube channel is “Artisan Bread with Steve” on which I have a series of educational videos demonstrating how to make a variety of no-knead breads and these cookbooks support the videos giving me the ability to go into greater detail regarding the dynamics of making no-knead bread—a level of detail I couldn’t fit in a video—while they give my readers and subscribers a convenient vehicle for reading and using recipes. Even if you aren’t thinking about making bread you will find this and interesting book to read.
This cookbook includes… the detail and abbreviated recipe for country white (the most common no-knead bread), Basic No-Knead Pizza Dough, Thin Crust Pizza, Breadsticks & Bits, Pan Grilled Flatbread, and Yogurt Flatbread. Even if you aren’t thinking about making bread you will find this and interesting book to read.
Thanks – Steve
Reader Review: This book was excellent to learn from and Steve’s videos are so helpful to understand and follow. I will refer back to this book, and the videos to assist me in being better educated and feeling that I DON’T need to buy the canned dough as often (oops !). This book makes me feel more able and confident to make homemade without all the chemicals. Thank you.
Grandpa, Tell Us About Phi, the Golden Number: Explore the amazing connection between nature and math!
Blurb: This is a book for people from 9 to 90 who like surprises. And beauty. My intention is to show the beauty in both nature and mathematics, with some surprising connections that will make you stop and think. With this and future books, I want to foster curiosity, particularly in young people who might now see beyond boring or dull school subjects into a new world of science, physics, engineering, and math.
In this book, Grandpa and his grandchildren embark on an adventure into the fascinating connection between nature and a number called phi (ϕ). Phi is also called the Golden Number, the Golden Ratio, the Golden Section, and the Divine Proportion. It is an irrational number, like pi (π), and its value is approximately 1.618.
One of the interesting facts about phi is its relationship to the famous Fibonacci series and to the beautiful logarithmic spiral, one of the most beautiful shapes in nature. Grandpa and the children find Fibonacci numbers in the numbers of flower petals, the number of spirals on pine cones and pineapples, the shape of seashells, the genealogy of bees, how falcons attack their prey, the shape of soccer balls, and more. From the structure of a carbon crystal, to the spiral one sees in distant galaxies, phi is pervasive throughout nature. And over recorded history, it has had an effect on science, religion, astronomy, mathematics, art, and architecture.
I hope that this book results in a few young people realizing that the wonders of nature and mathematics are worth more exploration and that because of that, our society gains a few good engineers, physicists, and natural scientists.
8 5-star reviews, here’s one: My seven year old daughter and I read John Choisser’s “Grandpa, Tell is About Phi, the golden number” together. It’s a book you can take you time with and it’s broken down into easy to start, easy to finish short sections. It was so much fun to go out in the garden and actually see some of the things we learned in the book. It’s fun, easy to follow and a great introduction to science and math without even knowing it’s an introduction to science and math. Be sure to get this book for your kids or grand kids, you’ll be glad you did.
CLOCKWISE (The Clockwise series)
Blurb:A teenage time traveler accidentally takes her secret crush back in time. Awkward.
Casey Donovan has issues: hair, height and uncontrollable trips to the 29th century! And now this –she’s accidentally taken Nate Mackenzie, the cutest boy in the school, back in time. Awkward.
Protocol pressures her to tell their 1860 hosts that he is her brother and when Casey finds she has a handsome, wealthy (and unwanted) suitor, something changes in Nate. Are those romantic sparks or is it just “brotherly” protectiveness?
When they return to the present, things go back to the way they were before: Casey parked on the bottom of the rung of the social ladder and Nate perched high on the very the top. Except this time her heart is broken. Plus, her best friend is mad, her parents are split up, and her younger brother gets escorted home by the police. The only thing that could make life worse is if, by some strange twist of fate, she took Nate back to the past again.
Which of course, she does.
Reader Review: Adorable. Adventurous. Awesome. These are the words that came to my mind after finishing Clockwise. It was a book that had me rolling with laughter, catching my breath in suspense or anticipation, and reaching for a tissue as tears filled my eyes. It started off as a cute tale about the odd complications of the main character’s time-traveling habits, but it quickly turned into an adventure about growing up, being true to yourself, and making the best out of any situation. Plus it has time-traveling in it!
1) Characters: Casey is a realistic, loveable, and spirited heroine. She has to deal with her family, friends, school, and her unique ability to time-travel. She only wants to blend in and survive, but as the story unravels she learns important lessons about herself and growing up. I found it very easy to relate to her despite the unusual situations she found herself in. Her best friend Lucinda was hilarious and acted as a voice of reason (as a good friend should be). Casey’s love/hate interest Nate was also realistic and charming. He and Casey’s interactions are a important part of the story, but it’s more about their growing friendship and possible other feelings that an actual “romance” (which is some ways made it more realistic to me). And the Watson family that take in Casey and Nate in 1860 are so heart-warming. Though the story is not without its “villains”!
2) Plot: The basic plot of the book is a simple one: girl meets boy, girl can time travel, girl accidentally time travels with boy (several times), and then complications arise! But I felt the book was more about the characters’ journey and discoveries than a typical “adventure” tale. There were several unexpected twists arose that gave me goosebumps and made it giddy with anticipation.
Christian Mystery: Until Death Do Us Part
Blurb: When Reggie vowed until death do us part, she had no idea how close she’d come.
Newlywed Reggie Monroe struggles to find her happily ever after. As much as she loves her husband, she finds life to be overwhelming as she attempts to be the perfect farmer’s wife in rural Ohio.
When Dylan receives a mysterious message from his best friend, he knows trouble is brewing. To keep Reggie safe, he encourages her to visit friends, but keeping secrets from Reggie is never a good idea. It only makes her more curious—and everyone knows that curiosity killed the cat!
Until Death Do Us Part becomes more than words as Reggie struggles to stay alive and reunite with her husband.
Delaney’s Peace (McKenna’s Haven Book 6)
Blurb: The long-awaited sixth book in Lisa Crane’s McKenna’s Haven series!
All she wants is to be left in peace.
Delaney Miller’s mother was brutally murdered when Delaney was only 10 years old. Now, years later, the man who was convicted of killing her has returned to town, only to meet the same fate. Delaney is the prime suspect in the case.
At the request of the sheriff, his brother-in-law, a Fort Worth homicide detective, comes to help investigate the murder. But the closer he gets to Delaney, with her haunting gray eyes and her loving heart, the less certain he is that she’s guilty.
Everything about L’Amour James, from his bad-boy muscle car, to his bright green eyes, is another little disturbance in the peace Delaney so craves. How can he convince her that peace isn’t about places and things … while keeping her safe when the murderer comes after her next?
Reader Review:I’ve been a fan of this author for a few years now and can’t but be excited when a new book is released. I normally finish them in one sitting but something about this one beckoned me to take it slow. I am so glad I did! Lisa’s gift of storytelling has reached a new level. This story of Delaney and L’Amour has the same Christian romance element you love about Lisa’s stories. This one does not disappoint and does not lack in chemistry and delivers the right amount of heat. I absolutely loved the murder mystery element in this story. I can’t tell you which was more suspenseful – trying to determine the killer’s identify in time or if L’Amour could break through the walls around Delaney before it was too late. If you love the McKenna’s Haven series you won’t be disappointed. All your favorites are back plus a few surprises! Highly recommend this book! Take my advice… Take it slow, you will want to savor this one!!
Reader Review:Okay. I finished the series last night and I’m ready for #7. The series did not disappoint in any way. Terrific build of characters and different, not done before plots. This book specifically takes a turn toward murder mystery with your favorite people from the other books. Highly recommended but I would definitely start and read in order though they all would stand alone. Because I had a hard time figuring out the order since they are not on the covers, I’ll list them here. McKenna’s Prayer, Jace’s Healing, Jesse’s Heart, Colt’s Hope, Win’s Joy and Delaney’s Peace. Enjoy!
Billed as Christian, romance, mystery, suspense
Good Hater: George Henry Hoyt’s War on Slavery
Blurb: Massachusetts abolitionist George Henry Hoyt treated the Civil War as a John Brown raid on an epic scale. A young Boston lawyer who briefly represented Old Brown following the Harper’s Ferry Affair, Hoyt followed John Brown’s son back to Kansas, where he joined the Kansas Seventh Volunteer Cavalry, known contemptuously in Missouri as Jennison’s Jayhawkers. While rising from Second Lieutenant at the war’s beginning to Brevet Brigadier General at its end, Hoyt consistently treated the Union army as a mere tool for pursuing abolition through direct action. As the chief of the Red Legs – Kansas’ most feared and hated irregular outfit – Hoyt used the power of the Union to punish regular Missourians for the evils of slavery.
Reader Review: Good Hater is a fascinating look at an individual who seemed to be in the right place at the right time for a neglected history that few speak of; but then again, I went to public school.
I say right place at the right time, but the individual profiled, George Hoyt, was an accomplished and intelligent man who placed himself where he wanted to be through sheer strength of will. He was a lawyer who went to war despite his physical ailments which surely made his journey that much more difficult and impressive.
It’s also a fascinating look at how a country could become divided so quickly, and how good men seeking to accomplish good goals ultimately have to pick a side. Humans, when push comes to shove, are unable to maintain cognitive dissonance. Free speech, which George Hoyt once championed, went out the window when he gained the upper hand and led men out to kill. George Hoyt was rightly motivated by his righteous hate of slavery, but that seems to have also infected his soul. In the later part of his life, this lawyer-commander committed what we would today call war crimes. The book also reminds us, that in all these years, humans have not changed. Our partisan politics, although rancorous, are quite tame in comparison.
This book explores the fascinating pre and civil war environment, from John Brown’s trial to Bleeding Kansas to behind Union lines from the perspective of this interesting man.
The writing is of comprehensive professional quality, The writers’ style lends itself to a refreshingly neutral point of view that is quite rare in this day and age.
It’s a quick read, and well worth your time and money. For me, it certainly kickstarted an interest in the civil war’s less known battlefield. Not the front lines, but what was going on behind it.
Beyond the Clouds: Why I Became a Military Writer
Blurb: Mark Berent is a well-known author of many Vietnam airwar books and articles. In this article he recounts the people and events that motivated him to write. As he says:
“They’re out there now, somewhere beyond our eyes, beyond the clouds, rolling and soaring in towering cathedrals flying beautiful airplanes that need only the fuel of their love. These are the men I honor…
Reader review: This book is short and to the point.
For those of you who intent to read his “Wings of War” series please read this first. If you served, especially if you served back in the 60s or 70s, and even if you did not serve in that area of the world you will understand his feelings. Feeling about real life and real events.
I didn’t read this short book first but in his “Wings” series I knew exactly what he meant when he referred to arrogant civilian authorities having lunch in DC to pick not only targets but bomb loads and routes. Also understood his scorn for members of the media who trivialized the efforts and high price paid by those serving in our military, just as I felt then and still do. And today I feel that way towards the media with their treatment of those currently serving our Country. I am sure you will recognize the sections of his series relating to the movie female who made broadcasts from Hanoi calling our tortured POWs liars. And those bumper stickers are still in use.
In reading his “Wings of War” series I felt I understood exactly what LTC Berent was feeling. This short book was confirmation.
Other titles by this author (if not free, the price is listed):
ROLLING THUNDER: An Historical Novel of War and Politics (Wings of War Book 1)
Let’s Kill the Dai Uy (Short Story)
To War in Style (Short Story)
Rho Magna, the Laotian War Dragon (Short Story)
$3.99: STEEL TIGER (Wings of War Book 2)
$3.99: EAGLE STATION (Wings of War Book 4)
$3.99; PHANTOM LEADER (Wings of War Book 3)
Don’t Worry About The Mule Going Blind: Hazel’s Daughter
Blurb: Betty Tucker came of age in Belle Glade, Florida, infamous for its poverty and violence (e.g., see the Wikipedia entry and the 2006 documentary One Percent). Her childhood was one of debilitating poverty, borne of racism: exploitive migrant labor, multiple rapes and other abuse, chronic illness among her family and acquaintances … the list is long and bitter. Betty survived not only by sheer hard work but also by nurturing a nascent belief that she deserved better. She moved to California, earned her college degree, and raised a family. Then, in 1997, she began a long and eventually successful search for the twin girls she had given up for adoption thirty years earlier.
Fear, insecurity, sexual abuse, want, neglect: This memoir will look beyond the description of these difficulties in the author’s life to examine how they stifled her ability to shape her own life, how she acquired the tools she needed to take more control of her life, and what impact her choices, both intentional and unintentional, had on her life and those of her children.
Reader Review:Betty Tucker’s escape from a life of poverty and bigotry in the cane fields of south Florida has taken many detours. Leaving an unhappy childhood at the hands of an abusive mother, she found herself in a less than loving marriage.
No doubt the lowest point of her life was the unscrupulous taking of her twin girls at birth by the state of New York.
Some might have given up at this point. That was not the case with Betty. Stalwart and with undying determination, she searched for her children. After years of disappointing leads and false information, she succeeded in finding them.
Only by Betty’s perseverance was she and her offspring finally reunited.
Betty’s life has had many other stumbling blocks as well. The major obstacles along the way in addition to some of the lesser make up the intriguing story she has to tell.
Unlike some born to a life of hardship, Betty chose a path less traveled. With undying fortitude, she went on to receive her degree.
In later years, she chose to write. Thankfully for us, the readers, she chose to do so. Otherwise, we may never have heard this amazing story.
Jeff Breland, author of Some Other Time
Cross Cultural Doctoring. On and Off the Beaten Path.
Blurb: You will read why I decided at age 55 to leave my position, jump into the unknown and get off the beaten path. I will relate how my wife Anne and I accomplished this and how I kept working for various lengths of time in a number of different cultural settings around the world and how we travel extensively between assignments.
The book is written as a series of loosely connected anecdotes, some medical, some non-medical. Some are funny and some are not so funny. When appropriate I have added some reflections about our experiences.
I try to convey to the reader the excitement we have felt about our adventure. I hope that the book will inspire readers, medical and non-medical, to consider at some point of their careers to take the step to get off the beaten path. Anne and I certainly have never regretted our choices and have never looked back. Reading this book may also inspire readers to write their own story.
I hope that you will enjoy reading the book as much as I have enjoyed writing it.
I am not interested in making money from this book. I wanted to make the book available for free, but Amazon does not allow that. Thus the book is priced at the minimum of 99 cents. May I suggest that the reader make a charitable contribution to Hospital San Carlos in Chiapas, Mexico, in lieu of the usually accepted fee for a book of this nature. Their website is given on the first page of the book.
Reader Review: Doctor and his wife has travelled EVERYWHERE with aplomb. Even as a very young couple they made a hasty and difficult trip to the United States from Belgium for school quite brave couple. And they surely cope. After practicing and teaching for quite awhile, he retired and took up practicing medicine in needy places. Very needy, very isolate places with little in the way of help, instruments, medications, hospitals. They both took on the jobs with a winning, easy charm to great good effect for the locals who soon came to love them.
He practices in my town occasionally and is beloved, not only by patients but by nurses and physicians.
If you will read this, you will say “this is a good man”.
All My Georgias: Paris-New York-Tbilisi
About the Author
Son of the President of the first democratic Georgian Republic (1918-1921), Redjeb Jordania was born in Paris after his parents were forced into exile by the invasion of Georgia by the Red Army and its incorporation in the Soviet Empire. Redjeb studied international relations at the Ecole des Sciences Politiques and music at the Ecole Cesar Franck in Paris, and the Hochschule Fur Musik in Munich. He later came to the States, where he obtained graduate degrees from Yale and Rutgers universities. At various periods of his life Redjeb has been a professional pianist/composer, a professor of Maritime History, a boat builder/designer, a Visiting Scholar at the Harriman Institute. For the past 25 years he is a resident of East Hampton and Manhattan, and frequently travels to Paris and Georgia where he retains many ties.
blurb: All my Georgias is a book of memoirs structured as a compilation of real life stories that paint a vivid picture of the author’s lifelong journey through the hectic 20th century .
Redjeb Jordania is the son of the first president of Georgia, Noé Jordania, who along with his entire government, was forced to immigrate to France after the Soviet occupation of Georgia in 1921. Redjeb was born in Paris, where he grew up among the Georgian émigré colony. He later moved to the United States where he eventually settled in New York and East Hampton.
His very first occasion to visit the country of his ancestors came about in 1990. That fall and the following year he had the privilege of witnessing some of the tumultuous events that led to Georgia’s independence, the election of President Gamsakhurdia, and a few months later his ouster by an armed rebellion.
These stories are told in a masterful manner, fascinating, sometimes comical, with historical and cultural insights as background, including: life in the Georgian émigré colony in Paris, a delirious music lesson under the bombs during WWII, living without citizenship, a New York encounter with the KGB, Georgia’s road to independence, and much more.
Anyone interested in how people adjust to history – or just a good story – will find this book hard to put down
Sandro Kvitashvili. Rector,
Tbilisi State University
Reader Review:Well, it’s his story (and history), and Redjeb Jordania tells it his way: the narrative switches back & forth, and was clearly assembled over the course of many years; but it’s an absorbing account of a long life indelibly marked by his family’s exile from the Republic of Georgia (of which his father was President) in the wake of the Russian Revolution. He has a fund of anecdotes going all the way back to early childhood in Paris, and a distinctive & engaging way of telling them. He finally set foot in Georgia in late 1990, just as the Soviet Union was preparing to fall apart, and his eye-witness account of the events in Tbilisi in October-November of that year is especially fascinating.
This book radiates charm & insight.
PALEO SLOW COOKER: 65 Delicious Gluten and Dairy Free Paleo Slow Cooker Recipes
Blurb (partial, this author has a really long blurb): Cooking food for your family day in and day out can get tiresome and time consuming. That’s why Paleolithic Slow Cooker: 65 Gluten and Dairy Free Paleo Slow Cooker recipes gives you slow cooker recipes to help you minimize the amount of time you spend in the kitchen, while creating tasty, savory, just plain delicious meals. Just put all the ingredients in (usually in the morning), switch the slow cooker and get on with your day! It’s great during the summer, too, as you don’t have to heat up your kitchen to cook.
Reader Review: I am just getting interested in Paleo so I thought I would give the cookbook a shot since I am a slow cooker junkie.
Don’t know why but I never thought to make spaghetti sauce in the Crockpot. It was easy and delicious as was the whole roast chicken. Glad to know I can always learn a new recipe that my family will love. I’m looking forward to trying the Fish Chowder because I never really thought of fish in a slow cooker but the recipe looks mouth watering. I will not be trying the venison stew but that’s just a personal preference.
I think that if you are just starting out on the whole Paleo thing, this is a gentle, easy start. I know I don’t feel deprived at all with these recipes.
Paleo for Chocolate Lovers: Delicious, Decadent Chocolate-Filled Recipes
blurb: When you make the switch to the Paleo diet, you are bound to go through a transitional period. During that time you may start to think that the Paleo diet is too restrictive or that it means giving up all of your favorite foods. In reading this book, however, you will find that you can still enjoy all of your favorite tasty treats while still sticking to the Paleo diet.
This book is loaded with Paleo-friendly recipes designed with chocolate lovers like you in mind. So, what are you waiting for – get cooking!
Reader Review: This nifty little book is well worth the purchase price. It’s full of simple and delicious chocolate recipes with clear and concise directions.
NutriBullet Recipe Book Bible: 100+ Delicious Smoothies for Life Long Health (Easy to Make Under 3 Minutes)
Blurb:NutriBullet Recipe Book Bible is a recipe book with 100 different recipes for anyone to make with their NutriBullet or Smoothie Blender. All recipes are easy to make in 3 minutes or less! Learn the benefits of drinking smoothies! Included:
Protein Packed Recipes
Low Fat and Low Calorie Recipes
Dessert (Healthy) Recipes
Pre and Post Workout Recipes
All Green Recipes….
And MORE! Enjoy!
Gluten Free Diet for Beginners: The Ultimate Gluten Free Diet You Must Know About To Look Amazing
Reader Review: Well yeah, there are a lot of Gluten-Free Diet books out in the market but the question is whether or not all of these books contain the kind of information you need to get started or to get going. This book had given me the best and simplest explanation of gluten and what it does to the body. The foods to eat and not eat are explained well, not just the typical list we usually encounter. The benefits of this diet are outlined well. I like that this book doesn’t assume readers will find everything they want in this book and goes on encouraging them to read more about the Gluten-Free Diet as they get started. This book makes a perfect read for the before and during stages of the diet. Must read!
Mexican Cooking Dude Cookbook — Authentic Mexican Recipes from Mexico and the American Southwest
Blurb: This book contains real Mexican recipes, complete with photos and instructions. Recipes include pinto beans, tacos, enchiladas, chimichangas, refried beans, arrachera steak, fish tacos, and more. Many of the Mexican recipes include interesting stories about their origination and history. This is a perfect cookbook for beginners, those learning to cook, and experts who are looking for special dishes.
I love that the author sat down.. typed up some of the recipes that he is probably hounded for at every dinner party he gives.. right down to the quick breakfast he tosses together. I love that he was able to get “secret” recipes from various favorite local restaurants all over the Southwest region. OMG.. So , many recipes and variations to try.. It could take a very long time. Fantastic quick read.. A must for anyone who loves ordering Mexican.. but, doesn’t feel they could ever make a dish taste “restaurant” professionally made. With this unique cookbook.. you’ll be able to do just that!
Across China on Foot (Tales of Old China)
About the author: Edwin Dingle was born in 1881 and in the early 1900s was working in Singapore as a journalist. Looking for adventure, he traveled up the Yangtze River from Shanghai and then by foot southwest from Chongqing across some of China’s most wild and woolly territory to Burma. This book was published in 1911. Dingle was in Shanghai in the early 1920s, and was the proprietor of China and Far East Finance and Commerce, the predecessor publication of the Far Eastern Economic Review. In the mid-1920s, he headed to the United States, where he founded his own health and sex cult in 1927 around the concept of Mental physics, which kept him occupied until the ripe old age of 91.
Reader Reviews: Unique book on foot travel in China in those days when it was really uncivilized. Mr. Dingle has also done research
on the places where he is traveling and shares it with us, but the best part is when he simply describes both the
treacherous terrain as well as the treacherous people. He doesn’t try to come across as a saint but describes his
own anger at certain people who look down at him for being an obviously poor foreigner. The terrain gets tedious
after a while, but this book gives a pretty good picture of China before they built highways.
~This book is an incredible chronicle of a time past, when much of China was populated by primitive peoples on the edge of survival. Dingle’s descriptions of the backward provinces are detailed and fascinating. What is most interesting are the 100 years of progress and change since this account was written.
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