Book Review & Giveaway: Hello Stars by Alena Pitts With Wynter Pitts

Book Review Children Faith Family

This Christian tween book follows twelve-year-old Lena Daniels through the adventure of making her first movie in Hollywood. She’s a hopeful and Christ-filled girl who writes letters/prayers to God each night. She must learn to juggle her home life and her life as a rising Hollywood star; she didn’t think movie-making was quite what it turned out to be.

Book Review & Giveaway: Hope Prevails by Dr. Michelle Bengston

Book Review Faith Grace Mental Health Strength

Why do we pretend to be happier than we are? Why is it hard to admit to others how we feel? In Hope Prevails, Dr. Michelle Bengston tackles depression from the outside looking in. As a neuropsychologist, having walked through this battlefield, she determines to help us understand the spiritual battleground of depression.

Book Review: All Day: A Year of Love & Survival Teaching Incarcerated Kids at Rikers Island by Liza Jessie Peterson

Book Review Marginalized Poetry Reading social justice Writing

Poets and educators are among the most underrated professionals of my time. I’ve seen firsthand what a poet educator can do for a group of teenagers eager to expand their conscious and their place as

Book Review: The Imperfect Disciple by Jared C. Wilson

Book Review Grace

I rushed to pick up this book because I am attracted to the notion of an Imperfect Disciple. The title resonated with me and the book cover design was beautiful. I often judge books by

Book Review: Whispers of Rest by Bonnie Gray

Book Review Faith Grace Prayer

Whispers of Rest was alike her previous book in style, approach, and tone. I expected a different avenue of thought but was not terribly disappointed. I felt the book was more of a journal than an illuminating read.

Book Review: One by Deidra Riggs

Book Review community Marginalized social justice

The dialogue must ensue and One is a great conversation starter. It serves as a complimentary piece to many available resources regarding the history of racism and systemic oppression inherent in the founding of our nation.

Book Review: Stolen Words by Melanie Florence & Illustrated by Gabrielle Grimard

Book Review Children Family

As a young girl, my grandmother would speak to us grandchildren in Spanish. She would always ask us to respond to her in the same language. It was her way of preserving home for us.