Jungle Doctor and the Whirlwind

Jungle Doctor And The Whirlwind – Review http://christianaudio.com/jungle-doctor-and-the-whirlwind-paul-white Jungle Doctor and the Whirlwind is a fun read, rather like the tradition of James Herriot and Tom Dooley. The book follows Australian missionary Dr. Paul White on his daily adventures. As a physician to tribal peoples in Tanzania, Africa, navigating mud tracks, surviving violent whirlwind dust […]... Read More

Life Without Refrigeration

Could you live off-grid without a refrigerator? Susan Gregersen has for over 30 years. She wrote Life Without Refrigeration to share her experiences and tips for preserving food without benefit of a fridge. She explains how bacterial growth and spoilage occur, and why some foods need to be kept cold. To start with, several chapters […]... Read More

Money Secrets of the Amish

Money Secrets of the Amish, by Lorilee Craker is jam-packed with practical, down-to-earth wisdom from the Plain People. Probably most of us want to stop being slaves to money and start living the good life. The Amish have a reputation for living well on less, consequently, it might help to find out how they do it. A […]... Read More

Barnyard Kids by Dina Rudick

Want to help your child get excited about raising critters? Barnyard Kids, A Family Guide for Raising Animals, teaches them how, with lots of pictures, diagrams, and words they’ll understand. Dina Rudick gives simple directions for choosing, housing, feeding, and caring for cows, sheep, goats, chickens and other farm animals. Each chapter starts with a […]... Read More
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Good Morning God – Apologia Books

Three.  That’s how many times my second grade son read this book with his dad before I even got a look at it.  “Good Morning, God” by Davis Carman, illustrated by Alice Ratterree, published by Apologia Press, is a very child-friendly book.  It spoke to my son’s heart, which was evidenced by the fact that […]... Read More
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Salem Ridge Press – Where Books Live

My first encounter with Salem Ridge Press was Soldier Fritz, by Emma Leslie (softcover, $10.95, ages 8-adult).  I have to say I was disappointed.  An historical novel set in the sixteenth century, it makes frequent jabs at the Catholic church.  I am a big fan of historical fiction and thus encounter this frequently in my […]... Read More