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The invention of wings.

The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd She said “Once upon a time, Africans could fly. They would circle around the sun- like blackbirds. We lost that magic when we became slaves.” “The invention of wings” is the best … Continue reading

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I Hunger, I Thirst.

Want to know the secret of contentment? I Hunger, I Thirst Ich habe Hunger. Ich habe Durst Gudrun Pausewang Mama Soto lives on a small goat hill in South America with her 7 children. Her ancestors settled on this land … Continue reading

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Can angels harm us?

The Guardian- Jane Hamilton Tabris, a guardian angel has committed an unforgivable crime. A crime that deserved banishment from God’s presence forever. But God has chosen to give him one more chance to make things right. The other angels are … Continue reading

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Lady Godiva- Who was she?

Godiva: The Viking Sagas David Rose In a small town of Coventry, a beautiful brave young girl grows up in an ideal world. She is loved and treasured. She grows up learning Christian songs and loves to be in the … Continue reading

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Are ambition and determination enough to make an Empress?

Catherine the Great- A biography by Ian Grey Ian Grey explores the story of Catherina the Great, the empress of Russia who ruled from 1762- 1796, the longest reign of a female Russian leader. He makes her look less victimised … Continue reading

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Is an affair forgivable?

Flowers for Victoria- Sunni Jeffers   Single parenting. Teenage daughters. Teaching moral values. Getting back together. Victoria is a successful business woman, who had to build a career from scratch after her husband left her for another woman. She is … Continue reading

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The Scarlet Letter

The Scarlet Letter – Nathaniel Hawthorne The story is set in 16th century England. Hester Prynne, a typical girl most women even today could identify with, is with a child out of wedlock. She has to bear the punishment of … Continue reading

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