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You're in for a shock! First comment in a year!!! *Big brass band plays "Stars and Stripes"* Bean Dip.
I think it is very informative about that time in history. I guess for me its not my genre. But I am learning from it so that is good. :)
Minastauriel, I am listening to Up From Slavery on the Internet when I decide to check shelfari. Imagen my surprise when I see that 37 minutes ago you added it to your reading shelf.
Did you finish it? I finished it a few weeks ago. I haven't gotten the chance to read Green yet but the others I really enjoyed, I really liked the symbolism in them and I Ted Dekker's writing is so awesome!
Haha, anyone who reads is respected by me, with certain limitations...(comic books only, for instance...)
Actually I have already purchased it at a Rebelution conference, but I wanted to hear it from a respected book reviewer/friend. Thanks!!
So tell me, how was the book Thriving At College?
http://embarrassedzebra.wordpress.com/2011/05/13/start-here-by-alex-and-brett-harris-with-elisa-stanford/My review of "Start Here" by Alex and Brett Harris with Elisa Stanford. Please READ and RATE, and I could win a computer!
Yep, got it free for a review from Thomas Nelson, before it got all this hype :) http://noahsreads.blogspot.com/2010/11/heaven-is-for-real.html
Yes, if the account in that book was related truly, then I believe it too. Great book.
Hey, could you do me a favor? I have been given the opportunity to win an Ipod Touch. To do so, I need you to Read AND Rate this review. http://www.waterbrookmultnomah.com/bloggingforbooks/reviews/view/5588/blogr:3736 Thank you!
No, in fact, I tried to write it for those who haven't read it :)
Could you do me a quick favor by reading and rating a review I wrote for Auralia's Colors? Thanks!! http://www.waterbrookmultnomah.com/bloggingforbooks/reviews/view/1786
Perhaps, perhaps... er, I'm on Blogspot? Sjskogerboe?
Yeah, it is strange...kind of cool to :).I really love DIOM. I've only read Raising Dragons, The Candlestone, and Circles of Seven so far. My library dosen't have the fourth so I'm still trying to get my hands on a copy. What was your favorite from the series? So far mine is The Candlestone. Mere Christianity is suprisingly really good. The way C. S. Lewis writes is amazing he makes the most complecated things seems so simple. My family is doing it as study together so we got some questions to go along with it which also help with understanding it. I use a different curriculum for every subject I use. I've always used Saxon for math and Exploring Creation for science though. This year I'm going to be using:Exploring America by Ray Notgrass for history (I highly reccomend this for highschool students), Saxon math, Prodgeny Press study guides for literature (I'm planning on reading A Tale of Two Cities first), the bible for bible, and Exploring Creation with Physics by Dr. J. L. Wyle. It's going to be a loaded school year that will take a lot of hard work and applying myself but I'm ready...I think.
heyyy wuzzup? i havent been on here in like, FOREVER. soo anyway, i thought i would take the time to update my shelf! i still have wayyyy lessthan your impressive 379 books though (cough cough 27 :( not very much). but hey, i get pretty bored during the summer.
Me and my friend can say the entire movie. I'll be watching it and saying the words before the characters say em. It drives my mom nuts! xD
Hi Minastaurial. :)