The Immortals by Steven T. Collis

The Immortals by Steven T Collis

♦This post contains affiliate links. You don’t pay any extra, and I make a small commission.♦ ♦Please see my Disclosure tab for more information.♦ Book Review of The Immortals by Steven T. Collis The Merriam-Webster dictionary app on my phone (yes, I’m a nerd) defines hero as “a person admired for achievements and noble qualities; …

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Pioneering the Vote by Neylan McBaine

Pioneering the Vote by Neylan McBaine

♦This post contains affiliate links. You don’t pay any extra, and I make a small commission.♦ ♦Please see my Disclosure tab for more information.♦ Book Review of Pioneering the Vote by Neylan McBaine I dedicate this book review to Mrs. Christie Pitts. In high school I took Mrs. Pitts’ AP American History class. I passed, …

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Catastrophes and Heroes by Jerry Borrowman

Catastrophes and Heroes by Jerry Borrowman

♦This post contains affiliate links. You don’t pay any extra, and I make a small commission.♦ ♦Please see my Disclosure tab for more information.♦ Book Review of Catastrophes and Heroes by Jerry Borrowman I have witnessed (on tv) many man-made disasters in my lifetime. One of the first to come to my mind is the …

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Invisible Heroes of World War II by Jerry Borrowman

Invisible Heroes of WWII by Jerry Borrowman

♦This post contains affiliate links. You don’t pay any extra, and I make a small commission.♦ ♦Please see my Disclosure tab for more information.♦ Book Review of Invisible Heroes of World War II by Jerry Borrowman I have read a lot of books about World War II. Some fiction and some nonfiction. Many of them …

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Book Review of The Boys in the Boat by Daniel James Brown

The Boys in the Boat by Daniel James Brown

Book Review of The Boys in the Boat by Daniel James Brown I love inspirational stories, and this one does not disappoint! Wow. The strength and determination of these men inspires me to do better, work harder, and dream bigger. If they can do the impossible, so can I! I hope you enjoy my book …

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12 Amazing World War 2 Books You Can’t Put Down

12 Amazing WWll Books You Can't Put Down

12 Amazing World War 2 Books Today I thought I’d switch things up a bit!(I know, it’s unlike me…spring fever maybe??) My 12 Favorite World War 2 Books Here are my 12 favorite Wold War 2 Books. Some of them are nonfiction and some of them are fiction; I like both–I can’t help it!(I didn’t …

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[Book Review] Shipwreck at the Bottom of the World by Jennifer Armstrong

Shipwreck at the Bottom of the World by Jennifer Armstrong

[Book Review] Shipwreck at the Bottom of the World by Jennifer Armstrong  Blurb: “In August 1914, Ernest Shackleton and 27 men sailed from England in an attempt to become the first team of explorers to cross Antarctica. Five months later and still 100 miles from land, their ship, Endurance, became trapped in ice. When Endurance …

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[Book Review] Remember the Ladies by Callista Gingrich

Remember the Ladies by Callista Gingrich Blurb: Ellis the Elephant is headed back to the White House! In Remember the Ladies, the seventh in Callista Gingrich’s New York Times bestselling series, Ellis meets some of America’s greatest first ladies and discovers their many contributions to American history. Join Ellis as he travels back in time to …

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Viking Age: Everyday Life

Viking Age: Everyday Life During the Extraordinary Era of the Norsemen by Kirsten Wolf Blurb: “The Viking age comes alive in this vivid, abundantly illustrated exploration of its people and their world. What kinds of houses did the Scandinavians live in? Were they literate? What kinds of clothing did they wear? How did they view …

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