Childrens Books

The Night Tourist – Book Review

A brilliant ninth-grade boy, Jack Perdu lives on the campus of Yale University where his father is a professor. Jack lives a lonely life as a classic prodigy, and his father struggles to identify with Jack. At his father's behest, Jack finds himself traveling to see a doctor in New York. Jack is bewildered by this turn of events, but intrigued at the same time. Jack hasn't been to New… Continue Reading
Childrens Books

Book Review – Tabitha Fink Ninja at Night

Tabitha Fink Ninja at Night By: Rick Felty Publisher: Dreamschooner Press Release date: January 2017 ISBN: 978-0989912846 Tabitha Fink, the incredible cat with one eye, offers readers another story where they will learn and laugh - at the same time. In her latest adventure, she doesn't travel to distant places like she did in her latest book, but instead helps a mischievous mouse overcome her fear of the dark. At… Continue Reading
Biographies Book

“Tigers of the Night” – Author Robert W Howe – Book Review

The life of an Amazonian tribal community is brilliantly illustrated in the writings of Robert W. Howe as he followed the true story of Juan and Amalia Arcos, lay missionaries and naturalists living in the rainforests along the Amazon. In the mid-1900s, Juan Arcos studied to become a priest under Father Peter Vosa, a man who had guided him for the last fifteen years of his life. After much prayer… Continue Reading