Review: The Prince Who Was Just Himself

The Prince Who Was Just Himself tells a delightful story of a child born with Down Syndrome. He is the third son of the King and Queen, who have noticed something different about him, but what they discover is the love and acceptance their son shares with those around him. When the knight Scarface threatens the land, it is through Prince Noah’s act of kindness that saves the kingdom from attack.

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Review: The Whispering Road

The Whispering Road by author Livi Michael will, with no doubt, open up a whole new world for the reader. The two main characters, Joe and his sister Annie, are orphaned children who have escaped an intolerable living situation; a place where they were underfed and overworked. Once they are free, Joe decides the best place for them to hide is in the big city of Manchester. Annie’s hope is to find their mother there, but Joe is doubtful and just wants to escape the brutal existence of the orphanage life. Ultimately their journey to the big city is full of adventure as they meet some interesting characters along the way.

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Review: Little Suzy’s Six Birthdays

Little Suzy’s Six Birthdays takes the reader on a six year journey into little Suzy’s life. Each year as Suzy grows another year older, she begins to understand what a birthday is and why her family celebrates this special day with her. As each year passes, she encounters different situations in which she learns more about God’s love for her and her family.

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