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My Book Bag: Killing Reagan

Killing Reagan by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard is the latest book in the “Killing” series. This has been an interesting series. I thoroughly enjoyed Killing Lincoln and Killing Kennedy. My first thought upon seeing the title of this latest book was, “Reagan wasn’t killed.” But I was interested, so I read it. I was cognizant… Continue reading My Book Bag: Killing Reagan

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My Book Bag: Across Five Aprils

Well, I have wiped the tears from my eyes in order to tell you that Across Five Aprils is a book that everyone should read. I had read it when I was thirteen or fourteen, and while I loved it very much then, I lacked the maturity and understanding that only time could bring. The… Continue reading My Book Bag: Across Five Aprils

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My Book Bag: Passin’ Through

To understand my husband, I read the Bible and Louis L’Amour. I’m not sure I have a favorite genre, but I know my husband does, and western novels is it. He often quotes Louis at the strangest moments, usually the ones where I am in desperate need of a smile. And you know what? It… Continue reading My Book Bag: Passin’ Through

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My Book Bag: Year in Review {Part 6}

Hey! You made it! This is the last installment in my book reviews for the year. Thanks for haingin’ with me. Here are the previous entries: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Amos Fortune: Free Man by Elizabeth Yates is the true story of an African man who became a slave,… Continue reading My Book Bag: Year in Review {Part 6}

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My Book Bag: Year in Review {Part 5}

I apologize to any reader who receives these posts in your email. My last installment of “My Book Bag: Year in Review” was labeled “Part 5”, and it was actually “Part 4”. We are now in part five…for real. In case you want to read previous parts, just click below: Part One Part Two Part… Continue reading My Book Bag: Year in Review {Part 5}

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My Book Bag: Year in Review {Part 4}

My husband says I should include more reviews in each post, even if the posts are longer than normal. So, here you go. To read previous posts, go here: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 I purchased The Story of the World Volume 2: The Middle Ages by Susan Wise Bauer at our homeschool group’s used… Continue reading My Book Bag: Year in Review {Part 4}