This is a timely book in the current political climate of the U.S., where even legal immigrants are being viewed as suspiciously other. It’s strange that in a world that seems to be smaller each day, we are separating ourselves more than ever. Sonya Sahi and the First Grade: It’s International Day! by Soma Mandel … Read moreSonya Sahni and the First Grade: It’s International Day!
**This post contains affiliate links and I may receive a small commission if you make a purchase after clicking on them. Patchwork Jungle Inspiration Tea’s second set of new arrivals tell a story of jungle safaris from the heart of India. During their inspiration trip to India, Tea’s designers kept thinking of characters from “The … Read moreTea Collection’s New India-Inspired Designs!
Considering that the only other Christian documentary I’ve seen was Jesus Camp, which was so disturbing that I still keep it filed under “horror movies”, I wasn’t sure what to expect from Holy Ghost. It’s an interesting concept: a filmmaker and his crew decide to make a film led entirely by the Holy Spirit. No … Read moreHoly Ghost DVD Review