Index of My Book Reviews on Other Sites

Why This Book Reviews Index

 Index of My Book Reviews on Other Sites
One can enjoy reading anywhere.

Before I started this blog dedicated to reviewing books, I wrote many book reviews on other sites.  Some just share a few thoughts about the books, but others are quite thorough. I thought it might be useful to my readers to index them all here. I have tried to give a hint on the books’ contents beside most links if it’s not obvious in the classification what to expect.

I am in the process of moving some of this work to this site, so if you see a title that isn’t a live link, check back soon and it may be in a separate post.

Author Biographies with Reviews of Selected Works

 

Sid Fleischman, Gail Gibbons, Ruth Heller, Thomas LockerPatricia Polacco and Her BooksLaurence Yep

 

Fiction: Adults

Christian Fiction

 Index of My Book Reviews on Other SitesHow Sweet the Sound, by Amy Sorrells

 

Every Bush is Burning by Brandon Clements: A fictional look into the state of American Christianity today.

Inescapable: The Road to Kingdom, Book 1 by Nancy Mehl: Can one really escape one’s past? This really kept me turning the pages. 

Paper Roses by Amanda Cabot: A Christian Mail Order Bride Romance

Stealing the Preacher by Karen Witemeyer: A light Christian romance

Untamed Land (Red River of the North #1) by Lauraine Snelling: historical fiction from the pioneering period.

Fantasy / Science Fiction / Unclassified

The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury. This includes my story of how I met Ray Bradbury in an unlikely place.

Mystery / Thriller / Suspense

Back to School Murder: A Lucy Stone Mystery.  Reviewed in Murder Mystery or Anti-Conservative Propaganda?

The Color of Law by Mark Gimenez

Deadly Vintage by William Relling Jr. A Wine Country Mystery

Detective by Arthur Hailey

Either Side of Midnight by Tori De Clare: A Wedding Night Thriller

The Obituary Society by Jessica Randall: a light mystery with a touch of romance

The Only Witness by Pamela Beason

Samantha Kincaid Legal Thrillers by Alafair Burke: Reviews of Judgment Calls, Missing Justice, and Close Case

Two Mini Mystery Book Reviews
Out of the Past: A Reed Ferguson Mystery by Renee Pawlish and Voices: Book 2 in the David Chance series by John Michael Hileman. I didn’t enjoy  these, but your taste may be different.

Why I Love the Midnight Louie Series by Carole Nelson Douglas

 General Fiction for Adults

The Life of Pi by Yann Martel

The Replacement Wife, by Eileen Goudge

Rose Harbor Inn Series by Debbe Macomber: These are delightful clean romances I loved

Fiction:  Children and Young Adults

Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer: A Fantasy

Thin Wood Walls by David Patneaude: This provides a look into a dark period in American history — the relocation camps for the Japanese on America’s West Coast during WW 2

 Biographical Fiction about Theodore Roosevelt:

Bully! (The American Hero Series) by Ryan Stallings : Deals with grief, bullying, politics, and how Theodore Roosevelt helped heal a grieving father and son.

Review of Bully for You, Teddy Roosevelt, by Jean Fritza novel for middle schoolers to bring Theodore Roosevelt to life. Stays true to the facts. 

Death and Dying in Children’s LiteratureWalk Two Moons by Sharon Creech, After the Rain by Norma Fox Mazer and Out of the Dust by Karen Hesse, and other books for children and young adults that deal with death. Most are Newbery winners.

Fiction: Picture Books

Picture Books About Animals

The Exciting Story Behind Curious George

Choosing the Best Children’s Books Part 1: This reviews and compares two picture books related to the food chain:  Over the Steamy Swamp by Paul Geraghty and Wait! I Want to Tell You a Story, by Tom Willans

Nonfiction: Adults

The Day Before 9/11 by Tucker Elliot: Memoirs of a Department of Defense teacher

My Ten Favorite Most Often Used Cookbooks

The Re-Echo Club by Carolyn Wells — A special book of poem parodies

Twilight in America by Martin Mawyer. 

 

Nonfiction: Children

Books for Children Which Bring American History to Life: An introduction to living history books by Bobbie Kalman

Math Reference Books

Marvin Terban’s books about language

Teacher Resources and Student Workbooks

Steck-Vaughn Math Workbooks 

Kathryn Stout’s, The Natural Speller. 

Essays on Books and Reading

Murder: True or Fictional? Discusses the differences in how true murder stories and murders in novels affect readers.

Novels that Take You Behind the Scenes in Book Publishing Houses: Reviews of The List by Steve Martini and Foul Matter by Martha Grimes

Should You Buy a Kindle Paperwhite 3G? It took me a long time to decide to buy a Kindle at all. Here’s my honest review of the one I picked.

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