Review and summary of Kelly Hernandez's book, "Migra!: A History of the U.S. Border Patrol"
Review and summary of Thomas Andrews' book, "Killing for Coal: America's Deadliest Labor War"
Rebutting and reviewing chapter three of Christian Apologist Mark Mittelberg's book The Questions Christians Hope No One Will Ask (With Answers). In this chapter: the reliability of the Bible.
Russia is not a fictional space opera fantasy planet in a galaxy far, far, away, but in Masha Gessen's The Man Without a Face, Vladimir Putin certainly comes across as a dark Sith Lord.
Could there be more to learn about kindness than we already know? Shaunti Feldhahn removes the "kindness blindness" and reveals insightful perspectives in The Kindness Challenge.
This article reviews the book, and talks about the author's writing process, so readers can learn from the experts. Notedly, Doerr wrote this 544 Pulitzer bestseller in 10 years.
In this novel, Faulkner used a technique called "stream of consciousness". This narrative mode depicts the many thoughts and feelings that pass through the minds of the characters in the story.
It's Pumpkin Time! and everything that goes with it, from growing in the garden to harvest celebrations, and even a little bit of Halloween. Read this book as part of an October story hour or preschool circle time, then...
Countdown to Mecca is the 2015 action and adventure novel by political talk show host Michael Savage. This review covers the strong points and minor weaknesses of the novel.
Down and Out in Paris and London was George Orwell's first book. He wanted to experience poverty at first hand so chose two great cities for his experiment. It's still of relevance today.