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Review for Erin’s Ring by Laura Pearl

  Erin’s Ring tells a short but inspiring tale of lives touched and shaped by their Catholic faith and Irish heritage in New England. Time separates the lives of many of the characters, but each struggles against their own hardships … Continue reading

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Review for Enemy Brothers by Constance Savery — Theresa Frailey

 Our Young Adult review series continues, Theresa is doing a great job!   Enemy Brothers was one of those books you easily finish and then fling against the wall saying “Why isn’t there a sequel!” It was a fascinating read, … Continue reading

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The DNA Connection: Tannenhauser’s Theory, by Joan L. Kelly

High schools and school systems that promote curriculum integration must consider Joan L. Kelly’s The DNA Connection: Tannenhauser’s Theory. The author has stirred genetics, technology, high-powered research, American history, art, social justice and ethics into the flow of this “timely” … Continue reading

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