This bedtime story captures the night of an imaginative child and a loving mother. With the aid of a warm glass of milk and a few sheep, it is sure to help the creative mind of your little one drift off to sleep.
Archive for the Book Reviews Category
Between a writer and a reader, there is a symbiotic relation. If one is missing, the other can’t exist. Reviewing books.
Is there anyone who has not asked at least once, what happens after Life is over and the door to Death opens? The Tibetan Book of the Dead, is perhaps the text most directly bent around the phenomenon of death. Reviewing a book of this depth, trying to translate an entire doctrine and its fundamental importance into just a few human words … is probably something impossible to accomplish.
I must admit that the word “tikkunim” has fascinated me for more than ten years, even from the first moment when I heard it. For this reason, Jesse’s book Tikkunim (Corrections) appealed to me more than a book’s title can do. Right after I had started reading it, I understood that the book is mainly indiscriminate radiography of American politic, spiced with global politics too.
The Triple Crown is an award giving to a Major League Baseball player who leads his respective league in the three main offensive categories; batting average, home runs, and RBIs or runs batted in. This award is prestigious because it has only been accomplished 17 times in Major League history, most recently in 2012, by Miguel Cabrera of the Detroit Tigers. Cabrera’s was the first since 1967 when Carl Yastrzemski accomplished the feat.
There are moments in life when you instantly Know. Such was the moment when I opened the “Hidden Treasure,” a phenomenal book written by Alice McDowell. I am that type of reader that, a writer must be able to touch my heart to influence me to read their book thoroughly. I must admit that until now, several authors have done this.
The Secrets of Business Writing Success – If writing is any part of your job, you owe it to yourself to figure out how to get it done consistently, efficiently, and successfully. This book covers the business communication skills no one teaches you in writing class.
For three decades, Laurie Kahn has treated clients who were abused as children―people who were injured by someone whom they believed to be trustworthy, someone who professed to love them. Their abusers―a father, stepfather, priest, coach, babysitter, aunt, neighbor―often were people who inhabited their daily lives.
Love with Ease: How Smart Women Can Connect with the Partner of their Dream is a book for women who experience or experienced struggles in their love life.
The very attractive and inciting title grabbed my attention. I suddenly found myself curious about how the author will approach the promised journey from abuse to wholeness.