This is J.A. Myhre’s third book in The Rwendigo Tales series. In it we travel along with Kusiima, the story’s main character, through an inner quest to find more about his late mother. Leaving behind Kussiima and Ngozi, Kusiima’s baby sister, we read that they live with their grandmother in a East Africa.
Grab this book. It’s not a thick read and it has quizzes and scenarios that are very fruitful and conducive to learning one’s own identity.
Of Mess and Moxie gives women permission to find grace and courage in all the ways they feel like their losing at life. When a woman goes through a mess, Jen reminds us it’s not because we’re failures; it’s because we’re alive, braving the world one story, one messed up lunch bag at a time.
I’m an introvert? I beg your pardon? According to who? I’m an outgoing rockstar – in my head, behind a good book (never a bad one), and alone time is my soul language. Anne Bogel pegged me from a mile away with her new book, Reading People.
For all the young girls who wish to be brave and feel they don’t have what it takes, Brave Beauty, is a hardcover book of 100 mini chapters to highlight just how brave you really are. Lynn Cowell takes her young reader on a biblical journey highlighting everyday situations where a girl can muster her bravery.
My favorite day was Day 11 where she talked about arguing before church and therefore not wanting to go. I can completely relate to this situation. It made me laugh in agreement.
Wiens isn’t afraid to write on privilege, identifying with the Egyptians and not the Israelites, and many other important concepts. I can’t recommend this book enough. Let it be next on your never ending list of reading.
What do you get when you mix World War II, a brave midwife, a wounded pilot, and a risky secret? Jeanne M. Dickson’s new historical fiction novel, Grounded Hearts.