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November 16, 2019

The Rapture Exposed: The Message of Hope in the Book of Revelation, by Barbara R. Rossing, is an eye-opening look at the book of Revelation -- and a look that leaves the reader with hope and healing rather than fear and violence.

On my Sonderjourneys blog, I'm slowly telling about my vacation on Prince Edward Island, seeing the places where L. M. Montgomery got her inspiration.

Happy Reading!

—Sondra Eklund

The Rapture Exposed
by Barbara R. Rossing

Raising Hell
by Julie Ferwerda

Ordinary Hazards
by Nikki Grimes

The Heart of a Boy
by Kate T. Parker

Prime Suspects
by Andrew Granville & Jennifer Granville
illustrated by Robert J. Lewis

The Harp of Kings
by Juliet Marillier

A Is For Elizabeth
by Rachel Vail
illustrated by Paige Keiser

Rabbit and Bear: The Pest in the Nest
story by Julian Gough
illustrations by Jim Field

The Wicked King
by Holly Black
read by Caitlyn Kelly

by Elana K. Arnold
performed by Elizabeth Knowelden

Give Me Back My Bones!
by Kim Norman
illustrated by Bob Kolar

Once Upon a Goat
by Dan Richards
pictures by Eric Barclay

“To give those librarians, who make it their life work to serve children's reading interests, an opportunity to encourage good writing in this field.”

—Frederic Melcher, in his agreement to establish the Newbery Medal, 1922