As one of Karen’s earlier works, I did not enjoy this book quite as much as I have some of her newer material. However, this book did touch on interesting topics such as abortion, prostitution, and homelessness. Like Karen’s other works it was a wonderful story of redemption and the love of Christ. Catalog link
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This is one of Karen’s newer works and I enjoyed it a lot. It reminded me a bit of Nicholas Sparks’ The Longest Ride which I had recently read. Again, a story of temptation, redemption, fame, and the love of Christ amidst struggle. It was a quick, compelling, and engaging read, though relatively predictable like […]
One of Kingsbury’s newest novels, the start to a new series, and it did not disappoint. I enjoyed this book more than I have much of her newer works and would definitely recommend the story to others. Brings up interesting ideas of the possibility of angels among us! Catalog link
As a teacher, we have our students read this book so I figured it was about time I took a look at it! Truthfully, I didn’t enjoy it as much as I’d hoped I would and found it difficult to get into. I might need to go back and read it again sometime. Not as […]
I teach middle school and this is a novel we have had our students read in the past, so I wanted to read it myself. I found it a little dull in the middle, difficult to keep going, but once I got to the end it was so worth it. Johnny is a likable character […]
Durham County Library will host author Jeanette Stokes at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, August 23 at Main Library, 300 N. Roxboro St. This event is free and open to the public.
Durham County Library is celebrating the 2016 Olympic Games with 3-time Olympic coach, Al Buehler. Enjoy a free screening of the film Starting at the Finish Line: The Coach Buehler Story at 6 p.m. on Monday, August 22 in the auditorium at Main Library, 300 N. Roxboro St.
Durham County Library will host author Andra Watkins on Thursday, August 18 at 7 p.m. at Main Library, 300 N. Roxboro St. The event is free and open to the public.
The book was told from the perspective of a man named Jim Burden who told about his life on the prairie of Nebraska in the late 1800’s. His relationship with the title character, Antonia, was central to his story. Apparently, the author, Willa Cather, was nostalgic for her early prairie life and this was evident […]
This is a great book for learning to draw in later life. It is a textbook and has exercises in each chapter to allow the reader/student to build upon the previous ones and feel success. This book is based on a workshop that the author teaches over a 40-hour period. Although I skimmed the whole […]