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With Brother Nibley, it was the work he published and taught that would have been the most important to him. Yet most of those who have read and studied him through the Collected Works, either never met him or really didn’t know much about the man behind the books. Until now.
The great thing about books is the personal connection they can give an individual. By picking up that book again and again, or placing it in a centralized location for motivating reminders, can help encourage the best in all of us! The following books do just that!
It’s almost June and June is traditionally the time for romance, engagements, and weddings. Today’s reviews include Heart of the Enemy by Heidi L. McKusick which is billed as a Regency Mystery and A Torn Allegiance by Jen Geigle Johnson with its own hint of intrigue.
Graduation time is upon many ages of kids and adults. Kids could be graduating from kindergarten, elementary school and all the way to high school and college. This is a terrific time to give books for encouragement, guidance, motivation and direction. Here are a few great suggestions.
Some books educate the reader. Others merely entertain. Still others bore the reader to sleep. The books I chose to review today are ones that encourage the reader to think, to consider their values and expectations. They also entertain and educate with little to no areas that invite boredom.