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This Review Submitted by Sneezybee23

In The 5 Love Languages of Children, Dr. Gary Chapman and Dr. Ross Campbell apply Chapman's popular concept of the five love languages to the parent-child relationship. Each of the five love...

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Jan 13, 15

This Review Submitted by readingramble

My reflections:

Heaven is a subject that causes an assortment of questions, concerns and debate. I have been intrigued with the thought of Heaven as of late and these being the case have...

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Mar 23, 13

This Review Submitted by Emily Acker

Written by: Mylow Young
Published by: Lift Every Voice Books

I enjoy reading contemporary fiction, especially when it includes a bit of suspense, so I was happy to read Against the...

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Nov 26, 13

This Review Submitted by BlueJanes

I have read another book by this author which I thoroughly enjoyed and looked forward to see what this study has to offer. I was not disappointed. Her writing style is engaging and there is so...

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Jul 6, 17

This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

"The 5 Languages Of Appreciation In The Marketplace" by Gary Chapman and Paul White is a good title for anyone wanting to learn more on how to get along better with co-workers. Indeed,...

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Oct 11, 13

This Review Submitted by sothecooksaid

I must admit that I snatch up all Biblical resources I can find to help my children as they mature and grow into the adults that God wants them to be. Secret Keeper Girl: the Power of Modesty for...

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Feb 2, 18

This Review Submitted by maryannb

This outstanding book addresses how each child expresses and receives love through one of five main "languages" - quality time, words of affirmation, gifts, acts of service, or physical...

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Feb 7, 13

This Review Submitted by calamity_manda

I feel like I kind of did this backward, since I didn't read the Secret Keeper Girl firs, but I still feel like I had a good feel for the book's message with this devotional. I love that...

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Sep 25, 17

This Review Submitted by debwilson

Herby and Kirby Wilson are twins that couldn't be more different. Raised by a God fearing preacher and wonderful mother, they both know exactly what God expects of them. Somewhere along the...

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Jul 24, 13

This Review Submitted by jamichuk

In the Evangelical tribe I grew up in, The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman provided the idiom to talk about how each us receive and give love. Because of our unique personalities and family...

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Apr 2, 13

This Review Submitted by AliciaH

I recently had the pleasure of reviewing The 5 Love Languages of Children, by Gary Chapman and Ross Campbell.

To be their best, children need to feel loved. But if you and your child speak...

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Jan 4, 13

This Review Submitted by himetoki

Quoted as a "wiser, funnier, older brother," by Seth Godin, the New York Times bestseller author of The Incarus Deception Angone's book gives practical and witty advice for any...

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Sep 27, 15

This Review Submitted by krystlbear

Do you ever "think" you and your spouse have nothing new to talk about? Well...this book will get your talking. It's full of topics and questions.

They will get you thinking...

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Jun 2, 15

This Review Submitted by Lucky4Jill

This book provides young girls with not only the reasons for striving toward purity, but also tools to help them achieve it. It's easy to say, wait for marriage, but not so easy for girls to...

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Jul 31, 13

This Review Submitted by amandainpa

As the mother of an 11 year old girl, I was thrilled to get this book. This is a harsh world to grow up in as a young lady and this book guides girls in how to dress but also stresses the...

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Nov 7, 17

This Review Submitted by gcwfarmgirl

If you don't own any other conversation starter books, and your children are young-like under 10 (maybe even 7 or 8), this is a great start.
However, if your children are older or you...

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Aug 12, 14

This Review Submitted by sclubmama

After 7 years of marriage, I still don't know everything about Big A. Amazing, isn't it, how much we can know about someone but still they have so much to tell us. I thought I would gain...

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Sep 4, 13

This Review Submitted by Anonymous

The subtitle of this book reads, "Empowering organizations by encouraging people," and that's really what this book is about--demonstrating affection in the workplace that is at...

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May 8, 12

This Review Submitted by kquintos

This was a fun read with a lot of humor and clever catch-lines mixed in with some more serious advice. It was written with the advice to start each secret off with and the majority of the time the...

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Jun 29, 15

This Review Submitted by Victoria Huizinga

Are you a fierce woman? Are you using your fierce traits to the benefit of your marriage, or to it's destruction? Within the pages of Fierce Woman Kimberly Wagner defines the characteristics...

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Aug 10, 13