Kay Woodword Afrikaans children stories

You probably thought why would I be reading Afrikaans children stories being a grown woman but to put that straight, I was reading it as bedtime stories to my little niece. So how did it come about that I ended … Continue reading

Maggie’s Miracle by Karen Kingsbury

When Megan Wright was fourteen years old, she spent an entire summer holiday with a boy named Kade, whom she fell in love with. But due to circumstances, they went their separate ways. Years later, after college, Megan married out … Continue reading

Sarah’s Song by Karen Kingsbury

Sarah Lindeman is an 86 year old woman who lives in a retirement village called Greer Retirement Village. Sarah has a Christmas ritual every year; she decorates a small plastic Christmas tree with twelve handmade paper ornaments, the paper ornaments … Continue reading

While My Sister Sleeps by Barbara Delinsky

The story is about the Snow family and explores a family in their crisis. Molly is the youngest of three siblings (she has an older sister, Robin and brother, Chris). Molly always felt overshadowed by her sister as her sister … Continue reading

Hannah’s Hope by Karen Kingsbury

  This book tells us the story of a family who is emotionally detached from one another. From an outsider’s view, Hannah looked like the perfect girl, intelligent, active in extracurricular activities, attends the best school, like she has it … Continue reading