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Review: Fly Boy by Eric Walters

At seventeen, Robbie McWilliams had enough of waiting to fight the Nazis.  His pilot father had been prisoner of war for a few years now, and it was time to join the Royal Canadian Air Force and help end the war.  With a great deal of ingenuity and with the support of his friend Chip, […]

Review: Magna Carta: Our Shared Legacy of Liberty

King John signed the Magna Carta 800 years ago. Many people, like my young teens, wonder, Who cares? Why would it matter to us? John Robson’s documentary, Magna Carta: Our Shared Legacy of Liberty answers this question with a whirlwind tour through history and a stirring call to action. From King Alfred’s neglected cakes and […]

The Torch Thrown by Failing Hands

Here is one way to catch the torch, thrown to us by dying soldiers through the years, and hold it high. We can defend the ill, elderly, and disabled in our country. Currently one simple way of doing this is by signing this petition.  Many other opportunities exist and as you read the declaration, you may […]

Review: The Secret of Willow Castle by Lyn Cook

Eleven-year-old Henrietta Macpherson cannot seem to do anything right.  Her loving but stern father  is so disappointed in her wilful response to the beautiful gift from cousin John Alex  that he puts it aside until Henrietta is older and also forbids her to attend the skating party in John Alex’s honor. He calmly points out […]

Review: God Did Say! by Wes Bredenhof

Thousands of years ago some of the most fateful words in the history of the universe were spoken.  “Did God really say….?”  Ever since then, these words have been repeated in conversations, public debates, pulpits, and our own hearts.  We need to know when to answer, “No, he did not say that,” and when to proclaim, […]

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