Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Formula For Danger by Camy Tang

Someone wants dermatologist Rachel Grant's latest research, and they'll do anything to get it. Formula For Danger is a suspenseful story about a dermatologist who struggles to survive. And just when you think there's no room for suspense, Camy Tang hits you at the end.

The knockout ending will be sure to keep you turning the pages. She couldn’t have picked a better title! I enjoyed reading about Rachel's journey and was satisfied with the finale.

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Someone wants dermatologist Rachel Grant's latest research, and they'll do anything to get it. Including trashing the plants needed for her breakthrough scar-reducing cream—and trying to run Rachel down. Desperate for help, she turns to Edward Villa, the only man she trusts. But the greenhouse owner knows too much about Rachel's research, and now he's a target, too.

 Break-ins, muggings, murder…the would-be thief is getting desperate—and getting closer. Edward vows to protect Rachel at all costs. Yet with time ticking away, Edward knows they have to uncover the madman shadowing Rachel before their chance for a future is destroyed.

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

That's Where God is

Authors: Dan and Ali Morrow
ISBN: 978-1-4347-6434-8
Publisher: David C. Cook; New edition (August 1, 2010)

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That’s Where God Is, a wonderful story that shows children unique and special places where God can be found. A great reminder for both kids and adults!

One Sunday, a young boy pays a visit to his grandfather and asks him a question, "Grandpa, where is God?" The grandfather encourages him to find God in the events of each day of the week.

A simple question turns into an adventure and the little boy discovers God’s presence everywhere. Every day he finds God in the simplest places: a thunderstorm, in his sister's compassion, in the animals at the zoo.

But most of all he finds that God can be found in his heart, if he invites him.

I especially liked how the authors added scripture verses after each event and how the illustrations painted the story to life.

If you want to extend a young child’s spiritual growth and invite the presence of God into their life, this is the book for you. A unique story that teaches ways to show kids how to identify God’s presence. Authors Dan and Alison Morrow and illustrator, Cory Godbey did an excellent job!

At the end of the book, Lee Strobel writes a heartfelt note. Lee is the father of Ali Morrow, co-author of this book. I found it to be an inspiring touch.

That’s Where God Is is a powerful children's book sure to touch a child's life.

Dan and Alison Morrow (Worlds Collide, Violette Between as Alison Strobel) live in Colorado, where they love exploring with their two wonderful daughters. When they're not writing children's books, they like to go on adventures around their Colorado home. Alison writes women’s fiction and authors a blog, while Dan works on numerous projects for children and adults.

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Reviewed by Martha Ramirez Bookpleasures