Thursday, September 27, 2012
What always amazes me is that each book Mr. Steber writes is about something that I had never really thought of before. Each page is a different story filled with so much knowledge. People could say how can you learn so much in just one page? My response is to buy the book for yourself and you will see. This is a book written primarily for school age children but believe me adults can learn also. It is fascinating to me. No matter what your age you will enjoy this book. The title of this book will tell you what the subject matter is. I did not think I would enjoy reading about loggers, nor the importance of what they did for us.
Thursday, September 20, 2012
Jungle Jeopardy Mary Montague Sikes Oak Tree Press 140 E. Palmer St. Taylorville, IL 62568 978-61009-024-7 $11.01 Sandra Heptinstall Reviewer When I first started reading this book I thought I must be missing something. Then I looked at the back of this book and realized it was part of a series.But, with small parts of the history that the author gives, I was able to understand what was going on in the story. This book is filled with adventure, suspense, love and mystery. You will walk along with Dana, Clifton, Tyler and Mick, as they make their way through a wild jungle trying to find a lost cave that is filled with all types of treasures that Dana’s grandfather hid there. They are confronted with drug dealers, and a black jaguar which Dana called Billy, that follows them and has saved them more than once. I have really enjoyed this book, and know that if you like suspense, adventure, mystery and a romance that came alive again you will enjoy this book. It has something for everyone. Rated G