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Noah and the Mighty Ark

Noah and the Mighty Ark

On 4/20 Cheshire Cat wrote: One of the most classic and well known stories from the Bible is Noah and the Mighty Ark. My son loves this story and enjoyed sharing his review with you. About Noah and the Mighty Ark Age Range: 4 - 8 years Hardcover: 32 pages Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 9.1 x 0.3 inches Noah built the ... Noah and the Mighty Ark Book Review

Cheshire Cat's Rating:

4 Stars

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Riley Mae and the Ready Eddy Rapids

Riley Mae and the Ready Eddy Rapids

On 4/20 Karin Beery wrote: I wanted to read this book for my niece. She's seven and becoming an avid reader. I want to find something appropriate, uplifting, and well-written. This book did NOT disappoint! The story age appropriate for a young girl - the action comes from outdoor adventures, accidents, and serious issues mentioned ... Appropriate, well-written, and highly entertaining

Karin's Rating:

5 Stars

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Raised?

Raised?

On 4/20 Steven Kopp wrote: Raised? Finding Jesus by Doubting the Resurrection showed up on my doorstep on Good Friday. I had been hoping it would arrive before Easter and the timing was just perfect. In this short book, Jonathan Dodson and Brad Watson make the case for the plausibility of the resurrection and draw out the implications ... Book Review: Raised? Finding Jesus by Doubting the Resurrection

Steven's Rating:

5 Stars

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All In Student Edition

All In Student Edition

On 4/20 Kaye Chalwell wrote: The premise of All In by Mark Batterson is that Christians should live consecrated lives which he defines as “going all in and all out for the All in all”. His primary message is that being a Christian is not about the things we do, but about being fully devoted to God. For Batterson, consecration ... All In (Student Edition) by Mark Batterson - Why you should (and shouldn't) read this book

Kaye's Rating:

1 Stars

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