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52 Books in 52 Weeks

Review: Susanna Don’t You Cry by Zachary McIntire

Ever since the horrible day his father, Ross, walked out, Chuck Kincaid’s mother, Susanna, has been a wreck.  And despite Chuck’s best attempts at parenting Kelly, his little sister has been drifting into the wrong crowd.  Chuck knows who is to blame for all this—his father— and he hates him. But life continues.  Mother and […]

Review: Gifted Mind, Inventor of the MRI

More than simply a straighforward account of Dr. Damadian and the MRI, Gifted Mind is the memoir of a delightful, talented gentleman who is determined to share the hard-won lessons of his life while telling you of his dream to fight cancer. When Damadian was a young boy, his dear grandmother died a horribly painful death […]

Review: Smart but Scattered Teens by Guare, Dawson, and Guare

Perhaps you have one of them, a teen who is bright but just can’t seem to get things together.  Sometimes I suspect most of us, parents and teens, are scattered in one way or another.  But some struggle in a deeper way with executive skills, ‘the functions of our brains and thought processes that help […]

Review: Total Recovery by Gary Kaplan

Chronic pain is common in our society, and so are depression, anxiety, and many autoimmune conditions.  Despite all the advances of medicine, there seem to be more and more people that modern medicine is not able to cure or even make comfortable.  It almost seems as though the current medical paradigm is faulty and a […]

Jane Eyre: Thoughts and Quotations

You’ve probably heard the story.  Orphan Jane, mistreated as a charity case, courted as a governess, tempted to become a missionary, narrates.   She tells of rugged Mr. Rochester, dear little Adele, sweet Diana and Mary, cold St. John and, above all, herself, a meek but intense person, easily overpowered, capable of revolt when pressed too […]

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