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About dwolters

mama to 4 wonderful kids. live on a farm and raise sheep

“Catching the Wind” by Melanie Dobson, book review

“Catching the Wind” by Melanie Dobson, book review “What happened to Brigitte Berthold?” is the question Daniel Knight has been asking himself for over 50 years? And he is not about to give up now. When they were children, they … Continue reading

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“Hello Stars” by Alena Pitts, book review

Alena is a sweet 12 year old girl, who gets to do some pretty cool stuff. But on most days she is just the oldest of 4 girls, late for school and forgets to climb back in bed after using … Continue reading

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“Love Letters from God” by Glenys Nellist, book review

“Love Letters from God-Bible Stories for a Girl’s Heart” by Glenys Nellist, book review This is a beautifully written and illustrated book of popular Bible stories featuring women of the Bible. Each two page layout features one character. There is … Continue reading

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“The Chapel Car Bride” by Judith Miller, book review

“The Chapel Car Bride” by Judith Miller, book review Hope Irvine has lived with her elderly aunt in Pittsburg until her aunt recently passed. Now she pleads with her father to allow her to accompany him in the Chapel Car. … Continue reading

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“A Stranger at Fellsworth” by Sarah E. Ladd, book review

“A Stranger at Fellsworth” by Sarah E. Ladd, book review Following her father’s death, Annabelle faces an uncertain future.  Her brother controls everything about her life, until she leaves to take a teaching position.  Faced with the daily hardships of … Continue reading

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“When God Made You” by Matthew Paul Turner, book review

“When God Made You” by Matthew Paul Turner, book review- children’s book Everyone wants to be assured that they are loved! And children from a young age long for love and acceptance. Parents are the first to give this love. … Continue reading

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“Back in the Saddle” by Ruth Logan Herne, book review

“Back in the Saddle” by Ruth Logan Herne, book review- Double Ranch book 1 When things become too tough financially on Wall Street for Colt, he decides it is time to come home.  Of course, he reasons, his dad is … Continue reading

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“The Memory of You” by Catherine West, book review

“The Memory of You” by Catherine West, book review Natalie Mitchell has to do something to pull her life together.  The broken engagement is just the last straw.  So when her father suggests, or rather, insists that she go to … Continue reading

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No Neutral Ground: A World War II Romance (Book 2)” by Terri Wangard

No Neutral Ground: A World War II Romance (Book 2)” by Terri Wangard Jennie has traveled to Sweden to be with her parents, as he father was stationed there for the duration of the war. When she arrives, it becomes … Continue reading

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“Treasured Grace” by Tracie Peterson, book review

“Treasured Grace” by Tracie Peterson, book review Grace is on her way to a new home, having left all that is familiar behind, except her two little sisters, Mercy and Grace. When their parents died, Grace decided the only way … Continue reading

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