Williams-Sonoma's cookbooks are not for the faint of heart. It can take some serious thinking and plotting to do even one recipe. But if you're an avid baker/cook, and …
I discovered the world of "River Heights" when I was about 14 years old - that was when sets of the books were flying off of the shelves at Sams Club and Costco. I was …
First let me applaud Beverly Lewis's writing style. Each of her novels are well thought out, carefully plotted, and brilliantly written. Why do they all have to be about Amish …
This is not a "One-size fits all" Self-help book. It emphasizes the need for the human heart to be honest, set free, and liberated. Max speaks …
This book blew me away. John Eldredge candidly speaks of the inner man that undeniably lives deep below the surface of every male. He speaks primarily …
Tons of delicious recipes! The basics, the ethnic, the breakfast, the complicated! Easy to read and follow!
I am just barely over half-way through my unabridged version and I love it! Charles' wit never ceases to amuse me!
Finally, a great fascinating read! (One of Ted Dekker's BEST.)
Do you have a "Read before I die" list? Put these books on it. Now. What if you die tomorrow?
I don't know why this is under "childrens books"... it is a marvelous allegorical book for all ages. I routinely read it aloud to my siblings in the evenings.
A man is time-warped into being a teen at the point he should actually be a 40+ man, and rights his wrongs as a teen with a rare set of good morals and an unusually sound mind.
I don't appreciate movies that make comedy of serious subjects. I didn't know whether to laugh or cry.
Little kid with bad attitude, a mother who is too nice. The kid needs a spanking and some serious grounding. I liked the movie for the first 10 minutes and thought it really depicted the happy/sad moods …
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