Carol Anne Germain

American Legend: The Real Life Adventures of David Crockett

By Buddy Levy - Published 2006



This biography of David Crockett provides a very pedestrian view of the adventures of this historical legend. The author highlights the hardships and ...Read Review

He Will Go Fearless

By Laurie Lawlor - Published 2006


Children/Young AdultWestern

Fifteen-year-old Billy needs to go fearless to make it through the adventures that are in store for him—and he does! This young ...Read Review

Lipshitz Six, Or Two Angry Blondes

By T. Cooper - Published 2006


Biographical Fiction

“How do you lose a child?” is the opening line of this unusual and intriguing novel. Reuven Lipshitz, the young, blond son of ...Read Review

West Bound: Stories of Providence

By Robert Franklin Gish - Published 2005


Short Stories

Robert Gish writes a compelling and delightful collection of short stories that will make you frown, smile, and laugh out loud. These stories ...Read Review

Dark Sons

By Nikki Grimes - Published 2005


Children/Young AdultInspirational

This book is written in tender poetic narratives through the voices of two emotionally charged young men. Ishmael, the son of the Biblical ...Read Review

Madeleine is Sleeping

By Sarah Shun-Lien Bynum - Published 2005



In a provocative and bold stroke, Ms. Shun-Lien Bynum writes a most unusual novel, set in a fairy tale-like Belle-Époque France. “Chapters,” ...Read Review


By Rupert Holmes - Published 2005



If you like Big Band music and enjoy historical thrillers, you’ll have a lot of fun with this book. It includes a ...Read Review

Train from Marietta

By Dorothy Garlock - Published 2006



Here is an enjoyable and relaxing curl-up read for a cozy Sunday afternoon! This is Dorothy Garlock’s newest addition to her three ...Read Review

Whisper Town

By Patricia Hickman - Published 2005



In Hickman’s third installment of the Millwood Hollow series, Jeb Nubey returns as the minister of a small congregation in Nazareth, Arkansas, ...Read Review

Billy the Kid

By Theodore Taylor - Published 2005


Biographical FictionChildren/Young Adult

In this young adult novel, Theodore Taylor creates a tale for boys about the Wild West, its law, and the notorious rebel, Billy ...Read Review