Book Reviews of Critical Thinking Book 1 Teacher's Manual: Problem Solving, Reasoning, Logic Arguments

Critical Thinking Book 1 Teacher's Manual: Problem Solving, Reasoning, Logic  Arguments
Critical Thinking Book 1 Teacher's Manual Problem Solving Reasoning Logic Arguments
Author: Anita Harnadek
ISBN-13: 9780894556425
ISBN-10: 0894556428
Publication Date: 7/1981
Pages: 40
Rating:
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.
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4.3 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Critical Thinking Books Software
Book Type: Paperback
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One of five books based on the Rosewood, Texas series.
#1. Family Ties, #2 Promise of Grace, #3 Protected Hearts, #5 Child of Mine.
From the back cover of "Child of Mine"
It was love at first sight when Matt Whitaker opened his door to see a baby in his brother's arms--Matt's nephew, Danny, abandoned by his heatless high-society mother. And then Danny's father was killed in an accident, and Matt, an ill-prepared bachelor, vowed before God to love and protect this child as his own.
Danny's mother, Leah Hunter, had been desperately searching for her baby for eight years--ever since his father snatched him. At last, a clue leads her to the small town of Rosewood, Texas...and her son's guardian.
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Very good!!
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Book 4 in Rosewood, Texas series .... can be read independantly with no problem.
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A great read
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cute, but really just ok.
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Great story how a mother's search for her kidnapped baby finds her falling in love with the kidnappers brother!
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Remember the panic and anxiety when you lose sight of your child for even a few seconds. Compound that by 8 years of anxiety over a child who has been stolen from you. Where is he living or how he is faring? When Leah finally finds her son, she is horrified to learn that she has been cast as the bad parent in the situation. A moving tale of a mother and a "father" who both love the same child and are determined to do what is best for him.
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A young mother is searching for her baby that was stolen by her exhusband and finally finds him a small town living with his uncle a wonderful story unfolds of love and understanding. This is part of the Love inspired series and is a Rosewood Texas Novel
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Answer Guide for Textbook. Excellent for teaching these skills.
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It was love at first sight when Matt Whitaker opened his door to see a baby in his brother's arms-Matt's nephew, Danny, abandoned by his heartless high-society mother. And then, Danny's father was killed in an accident, and Matt, an ill-prepared bachelor, vowed before God to love and protect this child as his own.

Danny's mother, Leah Hunter, had been desperately searching for her baby for eight years-ever since his father snatched him. At last, a clue leads her to Rosewood, Texas...and her son's guardian.
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really good story
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It was love at first sight when Matt Whitaker opened his door to see a baby in his brother's arms--Matt's nephew, Danny, abandoned by his heartless high-society mother. And then Danny's father was killed in an accident, and Matt, an ill-prepared bachelor, vowed before God to love and protect this child as his own. Except the boy isn't really his. Danny's mother, Leah Hunter, had been desperately searching for her baby for eight years--ever since his father snatched him. At last, a clue leads her to the small town of Rosewood, Texas...and her sopn's guardian.
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This is #5 out of 7 current books in the Rosewood, Texas series. The book is a quick read, albeit somewhat predictable if you have read any of the series. The book can be read as a stand alone as each book portrays two main characters (man and woman) with other characters brought in subtlety from the previous books. The author, Bonnie, does a great job explaining the other characters from earlier novels in the series.
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This book kept my interest as Leah finally found her son that had been kidnapped from her eight years ago. Matt wasn't so sure of Leah's story, especially since he had certain ideas about the heartless, irresponsible person she was.

The story is a wonderful and romantic struggle between the two--with the little boy pulling in both directions!
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This was my first Winn book. Quick read and will look for more.