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Philo and the Patience SuperHoly By Mireille Mishriky

 

 

Philo and the Patience SuperHoly, cover

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STORYLINE PHILO AND THE PATIENCE SUPERHOLY:

In Philo And The Patience Superholy, author Mireille Mishriky, teaches the lesson of patience and how a child can achieve patience.  Philo is an active little boy and he has problems sitting still and quite during church services/liturgy.  Always disruptive, Philo’s told a secret by his grandmother.  He has Superholy powers!  One of his Superholy powers, Patience, can help Philo learn patience and discipline.   His Superholy Patience power can help Philo not only in church but in everyday life.

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Parents For Sale By Dr. Nicole

 

Parents for Sale

 

 

Children’s Story

Containing Lessons On Responsibilities

Good Graphic Appealing To Children

 

 

STORY LINE:

This is a good story with learning lessons of responsibility.  Every child has wished for different parents.  In this story the twins were not taking care of their dog, Pistachio.  Yes, they loved the dog, but feeding, walking, and caring for the dog fell to their parents.  When the parents tell the twins, they are selling the dog, the twins decide to change the sign to Parents For Sale.

They find it is not as easy to sale their parents as they thought.  They have several customers and sell to

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Jaded by Varina Denman

Jaded

 

 

 

Trapp, Texas could be any town in America. We find a small town rift with gossip and deceit. In Trapp, Author Varina Denman shows us what happens when the Church forgets God is head of the Church and not man, and man circumvents the teachings of God.

STORY LINE:

This book is captivating. Author Varina Denman gives us the mom, Lynda Turner,  considered a tramp and turned out by the Church, the daughter Ruthie tarred with the same brush, the new single Preacher,  Dodd and his family, Ruthie’s cousin JohnScott who stood by Ruthie through thick and thin, the newly released convict Clyde convicted of statutory rape,  and of

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