Category: Book Reviews

Normandy [Homeschool Book Review]

Normandy: A Graphic History of D-Day, The Allied Invasion of Hitler’s Fortress Europe by Wayne Vansant My rating: 3 of 5 stars Once again we return to Vasant’s graphic novels to give a different element to studying history. So far we’ve also looked at his coverage of the Red Baron and The Bombing of Nazi Germany. Now, …

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Sally Thomson’s ‘Reservations’ Keeps Readers Craving for More of Everything

Captivating, thrilling and addictive. Those three words perfectly describe “Reservations,” the second book in a series by Sally Thomson. “Reservations” starts out simple enough with Meagan Williams, the protagonist of the series, looking to move on from a relationship-gone-bad with Jack Stilwell, an FBI agent. It doesn’t take long for the two to give their …

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The Neck Pain Handbook: Your Guide in Understanding and Treating Neck Pain by Grant Cooper [book review]

The Neck Pain Handbook: Your Guide in Understanding and Treating Neck Pain by Grant Cooper My rating: 2 of 5 stars The Neck Pain Handbook is a very short and concise book detailing the causes of neck pain and possible ways to cure it. The authors stress proper posture before more agressive treatment, such as …

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The Philosophical Breakfast Club: Four Remarkable Friends Who Transformed Science and Changed the World by Laura J. Snyder [book review]

The Philosophical Breakfast Club: Four Remarkable Friends Who Transformed Science and Changed the World by Laura J. Snyder My rating: 4 of 5 stars Summary The Philosophical Breakfast Club is a very good history of science book. It is a story about 4 men, William Whewell, John Hershel, Richard Jones, and Charles Babbage, who strived …

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The Little Red Writing Book: 20 powerful principles of structure, style and readability by Brandon Royal [book review]

The little red writing book : 20 powerful principles of structure, style, & readability by Brandon Royal My rating: 4 of 5 stars This is actually a pretty good reference book. I found it quick, easy to read. This is particularly good since I don’t really dig reading how to write books, but this little …

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