William Shakespeare’s Star Wars: Verily, A New Hope by Ian Doescher Quirk Books, 2013 176 pages (hardcover) Source: McLean & Eakin Available Amazon Powell’s There I was strolling through McLean & Eakin—a favorite place to stop when I’m in Petoskey, MI—and before me, would you know it, was the book I was looking for.
If the Bible is a divine book, why does it look so human? Inspiration and Incarnation, the controversial book that dared to ask and answer that question, now has a website. And while the book was written in 2005, its author, Peter Enns, continues to draw new detractors.
Unlike some of the revisionist histories of conservative America that have appeared more frequently in recent years, Gaustad reminds us that history has a high thread count. It is layered with many interwoven stories and not all of which are the story of Christianity.
Moon Over Manifest by Clare Vanderpool Delacorte Press, 2010 351 pages (hardcover) Available: IndieBound Amazon Powell’s I have mixed feelings about Moon Over Manifest, Clare Vanderpool’s debut novel and the most recent Newbery winner. On the one hand, I love the protagonist, twelve-year-old Abilene Tucker, whose strength of character and curiosity allow her to