Readers are guided beautifully and creatively through this classic fairy-tale. Subtle details and description are always dropped at just the right moment, and never detract from the story’s forward movement.
The Story of Arthur Truluv
The Story of Arthur Truluv is a beautiful story about three people who find their way out of loss and loneliness together.
Funny in Farsi
In this memoir, Dumas tells her story with honesty and without judgement. Readers will be drawn in by this family’s determination to embrace a skeptical country.
This book caught my eye as a gift idea for a friend who has a knack for decorating with books. After I peeked through the book, I decided to gift myself with a copy, too.
Cozy Minimalist Home
Myquillyn Smith’s 2021 release beautifully encourages readers to strive for a balance between minimalism’s all-encompassing benefits and cozy’s comfort and charm.
Heather Harpham Kopp is not afraid to ask the untouchable questions. She has a solid understanding of Biblical truths, yet she is courageous enough to voice raw fears about how her understanding of God plays out in the life she is “supposed” to live as a “good Christian.”
The Invisible Husband of Frick Island
I absolutely loved this well-written story. Every scene is important, there are lovely descriptive passages, and the characters mature quite a bit during our time with them.
Intelligence is usually seen as the ability to think and learn, but in a rapidly changing world, there’s another set of cognitive skills that might matter more: the ability to rethink and unlearn.
The Doctors Blackwell
One of the most fascinating aspects of this story comes from learning what drove Elizabeth Blackwell to so resolutely pursue an achievement that no one else had accomplished.