Jane's Staff Picks
A historical view of where Christianity has been and where it might be headed. A great overview and very short and accessible. Loved it!
A beautiful story set in Chicago in the Jazz Age. Rose wants to be a "good girl" but yearns to sing more than just church music. Powerful story excellently told.
Mysterious, enlightening, intriguing and you learn a bit about the inner workings of Google along the way! Fun!
A great mystery!
I love Neil Gaiman and this is thought provoking in many ways. Loved it!
An awesome read! An ode to friendship! I loved this book.
Awesome! Fictionalized account of the life of Anne Morrow Lindbergh. Look for signed copies!
If you loved "What Alice Forgot" you'll love this one too!
A gentle story and a lovely read.
A beautiful bit of literature and a thought provoking look at how memory works. Brilliant writing
Girl Reading by Kate Ward is an incredible read. Short stories each based on a work of art and set in a different century, until the last story pulls all of them together in a chilling way. Awesome read!
Exploring the world of art, Degas, and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. Loved it!
Matthew Cocrdell will be here Saturday, Sept 28th and I loved this book. It is a very apt description of the world we find ourselves in!
For all of the fans of It's a Book Lane Smith has given us a slightly more kid friendly version with the same message, read more books!
I love this one! Litchtenheld's illustrations are great and the rhyme scheme is fun to read to any young one thinking about bedtime. Even machines need to sleep!
The is an awesome children's book with stunning pictures and a rhymes scheme that charms. My grandkids love this one too!
Wow, a literary Da Vinci Code! Loved it!