The Gifted Kids Survival Guide

A Book Review from the Epiphany Library The Gifted Kids’ Survival Guide by Judy Galbraith. Library section 10 D: Youth (Gr. 6-8), Character Building. This book for gifted and talented (GT) kids aged 11-18 helps them understand what giftedness is, its advantages and disadvantages, how to deal with it, how...

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Judaism: Theology, History and Practice

A Book Review from the Epiphany Library Judaism: Theology, History and Practice by Naftali Brawer Library section 7 A: The Church in the World, World Religions. This book explains Judaism. Part 1, Theology, tells about the Jewish concept of God (1 God, not 3-in-1); the Torah (the first 5 books of the...

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C.S. Lewis and Narnia for Dummies

C.S. Lewis and Narnia for Dummies by Richard Wagner Epiphany library section 12 E: Teen, Non-fiction This book for teens and adults is about C.S. Lewis and his writings. First comes Lewis’ biography with photographs – his birth in Ireland, youth and education, professorships at Oxford and Cambridge, conversion to...

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The Harmonica

The Harmonica (A Full color storybook) by Tony Johnston Epiphany library section 9 A: Juvenile, (K-5), Religion and Values This true story told in the first person concerns a boy whose happy family life is destroyed when the family is forced to go to a concentration camp. His only link...

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The Gifted Kids Survival Guide

The Gifted Kids Survival Guide by Judy Galbraith Epiphany library section 10 D: Youth (Gr. 6-8), Character Building This book for gifted and talented (GT) kids aged 11-18 helps them understand what giftedness is, its advantages and disadvantages, how to deal with it, how to find curricula and school programs...

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Nine Parts of Desire: The Hidden World of Islamic Women

Nine Parts of Desire: The Hidden World of Islamic Women by Geraldine Brooks Epiphany library section 7C: The Church in the World, Society/Human Rights/Justice. This prize-winning journalist published this book in 1995 about the lives of Islamic women in Islamic-dominated middle eastern nations. While some regimes have become less repressive toward...

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