An Apple a Day by Caroline Taggart

An Apple a Day: Old-Fashioned Proverbs –Timeless Words to Live By is not really a book you read like a novel so I put the volume in my “office” and read a couple of entries as I was able.  As you might imagine, reading it in this way took awhile which is why I am reviewing it months after it was published. Here is the publishers description: From Old Testament proverbs to modern phrases like “the best things in life are free,” An Apple a Day takes a fun look at...

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Off the Beaten Path by the Editors of Readers Digest

I don’t make it a habit of reviewing coffee table type books.  Of all the various genres and book types I am interested in, that isn’t really an area I spend much time with. But every once in a while A photography or educational book of this sort comes across my desk and I feel it worthwhile to pass along the information here.  A recent example is Off the Beaten Path. Here is the publishers blurb: Off the Beaten Path spotlights over 1,000 of the United States’ most...

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Off the Beaten Path by the Editors of Readers Digest

I don’t make it a habit of reviewing coffee table type books.  Of all the various genres and book types I am interested in, that isn’t really an area I spend much time with. But every once in a while A photography or educational book of this sort comes across my desk and I feel it worthwhile to pass along the information here.  A recent example is Off the Beaten Path. Here is the publishers blurb: Off the Beaten Path spotlights over 1,000 of the United States’ most...

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