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Don't Call Me Baby
Gwendolyn Heasley

Don’t Call Me Baby

Posted  April 22, 2014  by  Rachel Brand

I wasn’t sure whether I’d enjoy a novel about the fifteen-year-old daughter of a Mommy Blogger, but Imogene’s story ended up being far more touching and thought-provoking than I expected.

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Apologetics in the City

AITC #10: Personal Opinion as Public Theology and Learning to Ask Probing Questions

Posted  April 21, 2014  by  Calvin Moore

Urban Christian apologist Calvin Moore talks about how personal opinion is shaping theology and answers a listener’s question about being transgender.

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A Beauty So Rare
Tamera Alexander

A Beauty So Rare

Posted  April 21, 2014  by  Multiple Reviewers

At 480 pages, “A Beauty So Rare” is a long one, but the setting and characters help to make up for the excessive length.

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The Legend of the Easter Egg
Lori Walburg

The Legend of the Easter Egg

Posted  April 17, 2014  by  Susan Faloon

This children’s Easter book tells of how Jesus broke free of death and the tomb, just as a chick breaks free of its’ eggshell to start a new life.

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The Pelican Bride
Beth White

The Pelican Bride

Posted  April 16, 2014  by  Sara Shoop

It was neat to see early America through the eyes of the newcomers and to experience what life was like in the colonies at that time, especially since there were so many people vying for the land.

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