Insight December 2013
Now that school is back in full swing and sport season is here reading is a luxury not too many of us have time for. So when your patrons have the opportunity to pick up a book, we want you to have many choices to select from. With our Insight lists, we have plenty of options to keep everyone reading, covered by three subcategories: Adult, Teen, and Children. Below are a few selections from the Adult Christian Fiction list, Teen Nonfiction Series list, and Children Board Books list. Don’t let great titles slip by! Check them all out by logging into Bibz, clicking on the Lists tab and then expand the Insight category header by clicking on it.
Adult Christian Fiction
Walk a Straight Line by Michelle Lindo-Rice
Is a friendship able to be salvaged when one friend has turned to God? When Colleen MacGregor met and married her husband, she rededicated her life to God. She has some demons to put to rest before she can live her happily-ever-after. Her biggest demon is trying to keep her friendship of fifteen years with Gina. Gina finds it difficult to deal with Colleen’s newfound faith and isn’t worried about her soul. Her heart wants what it wants and at the moment it happens to be playing two brothers – dating one while falling in love with the other. Explore the complicated world of female friendships. Learn more and order here.
Teen Nonfiction Series
Online Privacy and the Law by Anastasia Suen
Technology has rapidly grown and changed over the last decade. Secrets are hardly ever secrets any more. Readers will get an in-depth look at online privacy and learn why it’s important to maintain privacy, how to do it, and what impact the law has. With plenty of features, from a glossary to sidebars, this selection will help many people understand how to protect themselves. Learn more and order here.
Children Board Books
Love You When… by Linda Kranz
No matter what the age or circumstance, it’s never easy to lose someone you love. We as adults, have a hard enough time understanding our feelings and emotions, but imagine what children are going through. Linda Kranz, popular “rock artist”, reminds readers that those we love are always with us. It could be a sound, a smell, or something that may catch our eye, but when it happens during the course of a day, we can’t help but pause and smile or cry. Learn more and order here.