Dear friends, My new book “Princess of the Reformation: Jeanne D’Albret” is now on the market on Amazon and Barnes&Noble! So excited and grateful to the Lord! “Rebekah Dan has written and illustrated a wonderfully informative story of one of the Protestant Reformation’s lesser-known figures, Jeane D’Albret. This true story of courage, faith, and sacrifice… Read More Special Book Release for 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation!
“Ah, Ketzel, I see that music stirs your soul” he said. “And that is a wonderful thing.” In this charming picture book for children, a young and passionate composer and piano player meets a lonely but lively street kitten- and together they are able to do something inspirational! Ketzel is a Yiddish word that means “kitten”. The cutest… Read More Book Review: Ketzel the Cat Who Composed
Hello Thursday! Let me introduce to you a new book/short story. It is “Coffee Cake Days” by Amanda Tero my friend and fellow blogger. In this dynamic short story, a young lady named Meg finds out how to balance her spiritual walk with the reality of the demands of daily life. Reading it, there were many instances where I… Read More Coffee Cake Days Book Review
“It doesn’t take a giant to defeat one…” It’s hard to find wholesome and quality picture books for children on the market. There are monster books, silly books, abstract & ugly books, and a lot of in-between books. That’s why when I find a good book I get really excited! The Town that Fooled the British by… Read More The Fun part of History- Learning about Patriotism from Children’s Books!
NOTE: P&R Publishing sent me a complimentary review copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion. Risk. Betrayal. Integrity. Faith. A royal princess growing up in the middle of difficult, changing times that would shape the history of Christianity. There are two sides- two faiths. Her heart is put to the test-… Read More Wings Like A Dove – A Review