Want to update your home? Do you have a room that just doesn’t work? In Use What You Have Decorating, Lauri Ward will teach you to transform your home with ten simple design principles using the space you have, the things you like, and the budget you choose.
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Which would you chose: work for the Feds who incarcerated you or stay in prison for two more years? Con man Neal Caffrey chooses freedom, but on a short leash held by Agent Peter Burke. This unconventional partnership provides wonderful entertainment in the series White Collar. Check it out!
At first glance, The Pillars of the Earth doesn’t seem like a love story. But this historical mini-series tells many tales: the love of a man for a woman, a people for their God, and the love of power that vilely corrupts. A beautiful series and a tale well told!
Do you wonder if Heaven is for Real? Just ask Colton; he knows it is, because he’s been there! This four-year-old’s near-death experience astounded his family and may inspire you. Colton’s story, written by his father but told in Colton’s words, is an engaging read for believer or skeptic alike.
If you enjoy British period series, try Downton Abbey! See life from both sides; that of the aristocratic Crawley family, who seek to preserve their way of life, their mansion and its land, and the lives of the household staff who serve them. It’s better than Upstairs, Downstairs! Check it out!
Christine, left damaged following a brutal attack, loses all memory when asleep. She reconstructs her life daily, with the help of those closest to her and a secret journal. S. J. Watson’s debut, Before I Go To Sleep, puts a new spin on the amnesia tale. Try it!
When Conor Grennan volunteers at the Little Princes Children’s Home in Nepal, it changes his life forever. As he falls in love with the children he discovers the orphans might be trafficked. Can Conor possibly reunite the children with their families? Come along on Conor’s uplifting and dangerous adventure in Little Princes.
Looking for a family-friendly, heartwarming film? Hachi is it! Hachi, a lost Akita pup, is found by a university professor and life is never the same. This American adaptation is based on a true, renowned story of love and loyalty from Japan.
The Red Thread immerses you in the intimate lives of couples waiting to adopt from China. Believing that a red thread connects people’s lives, Maya works tirelessly to bring these families together and to assuage guilt from her own past. Heartbreak, tension, and redemption abound. Enjoy!
Joyce of Fiction/AV/Teen Services recommends Green Like God: Unlocking the Divine Plan for Our Planet by Jonathan Merritt:
If you ever hiked the John Muir trail, read Thoreau’s Walden or appreciated the photography of Ansel Adams, you have been exposed to some of the pioneers of the American environmental movement. Their experiences, writings, and photographs have moved generations to action. Unfortunately, the Christian community is a late-comer to this cause. Jonathan Merritt’s challenge is this: if we say we love the Creator, then we should take care of His creation. He asks the question, if the earth declares the glory of God, then are our actions silencing his voice? If you are looking for an interesting perspective on the green movement, check out this thought-provoking book!