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Review Date: 12/21/2013
Very good book for anyone in education, including parents.
Review Date: 11/21/2012
Helpful Score: 1
Enjoyed it! I was easier to follow than Pilgrams Progress. It was worth reading. There is also a more revised version called "The War on Mansoul" that is very good also.
Review Date: 10/17/2007
This book is inspiring. This young lady faced imprisonment-even death-and yet she still protested the Japanese's shintoism. It reminds you that following and obeying God is more important than bowing to heathen idols.
Review Date: 1/2/2013
It was fine.
Review Date: 11/8/2012
Enjoyed it! The only part I didn't like is when the books says that it was so hot in Kanses that there was a 'popcorn blizzard'. To far fetched for us to believe. But other than that we enoyed it a learned more about popcorn. Had kids at school make some different popcorn recipes, then graph the favorites. Lots of fun.
Review Date: 9/11/2013
Good book. People, even as Christians, most realize that there will be suffering of some kind. In the Bible, read the book of Job. And think about what Jesus went through.
Review Date: 12/22/2013
I enjoyed this book. It reminds us to say kind words to each other. Kind, encouraging words are like silver boxes.
Review Date: 9/21/2015
I enjoyed this book. I tell lots of stories and it gave me good tips for making them better and more appealing.
Review Date: 3/5/2010
I have and am learning a lot from this book. A wonderful book in which you can learn more about the way horses think.
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