Daily Archives: January 4, 2019

Learning From The Gaps

As someone who frequently likes to read the Bible and write about it, I think it is worthwhile to learn from what the Bible does not talk about just as much about what it does talk about.  From seeing the … Continue reading

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Book Review: I Am Sacagawea

I Am Sacagawea, by Brad Meltzer, illustrated by Christopher Eliopoulos This book is a reminder of why it is such a hazard to write when one has an ax to grind and an agenda to push, especially when sources are … Continue reading

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Book Review: I Am Rosa Parks

I Am Rosa Parks, by Brad Beltzer, illustrated by Christopher Eliopoulos Like many people of my generation, I first learned about Rosa Parks thanks to the rap group Outkast.  And while some people were offended by the reference made in … Continue reading

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Book Review: I Am Martin Luther King Jr.

I Am Martin Luther King Jr., by Brad Meltzer, illustrated by Christopher Eliopoulos In many ways, this was perhaps the most inevitable selection to be made among the list of heroes that I have read so far.  My own feelings … Continue reading

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