If you have
trouble viewing this, you can read it online by
Book Bargains & Previews!
are for girls of a variety ages...from preteen to college
to adults. Take the time to check out these
titles. There are some really great books out there!
If you are an author and would like to have your book
considered for review contact me at:
Faith in the City
By Jennifer Ruisch
This book is personal narrative of being a directionless
college grad trying to make it in the big city. The story
itself chronicles the author’s struggle to reenter the
land of the living and figure out how she fit into the
picture with people from every religion and background
imaginable. A question that keeps popping up is, "Are all
the small interactions and events in our lives arbitrary,
or is it actually all a part of a divine plan?"
Readers who have ever moved to a big city, or just moved to
a different city—in search of a job, a mate or an identity
will strongly identify with this story. College students
meeting people with all different philosophies and faiths
will enjoy this book. Anyone who has faced spiritual doubts,
depression, frustration and angst will want to read this
book, all levels of spiritual maturity included.
This book was reviewed by Jeni Hagen, a 20
year-old college Junior.
Faith in the City was different than most
books I read for fun. It was a real life memoir and
gave you insight into experiences of a real person.
The book was interesting, funny, and easy to read. I
finished it very quickly. Above all, the book was thought
provoking. I came away remembering that God has a plan for
your life. It may not be what you expected, but it may
be what you knew all along.
I highly recommend this book.
You can purchase the book for
$13.99 for the
Shipping is FREE.
Being a Girl Who Serves
Living in a self-centered world,
it’s easy for today’s teens to get the wrong idea of what
life is really about. Being a Girl Who Serves, the second
book in a series of three, prompts girls not to ask, "What
about me?" but rather, "What about you?" The author urges
girls to think beyond themselves and to focus instead on
how they can use their gifts and resources to serve God
and others. Being a Girl Who Serves shows girls that the
best way to find yourself is by giving yourself away to
This is a great series for girls and their moms.
The author is interesting and, though she asks important,
thought-provoking questions, she does so in a
non-threatening way. Preteen girls will love this book
and so will there moms! While we will read this with
our daughters hoping to teach them about service, we will
glean some insight for ourselves!
*Book Bargains & Preview Rating is based on
Five Stars. We give this book 4 out of 5 stars.
You can purchase each book for $11.99 by
Shipping is FREE.
PCPUBLICATIONS' ONLINE MAGAZINE
Be sure to visit our online magazine:
History's Women -
An online magazine highlighting the extraordinary
achievements of women throughout history and recognizing
the obstacles they’ve had to overcome in order to reach
Book Bargains & Reviews is a free monthly newsletter for
those interested in reading great books.
The content of this newsletter is copyrighted by
Patricia Chadwick (c)2004 unless indicated otherwise. All
rights reserved worldwide. Reprint only with
permission from copyright holder(s).
Patricia R. Chadwick
Founder & Publisher
To SUBSCRIBE to this FREE weekly newsletter, send your
request by email to:
mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org or you can
sign up at
To UNSUBSCRIBE send your request to:
or you can unsubscribe at
If you have a problem subscribing or unsubscribing send an
mailto:email@example.com and a real live
human being will try to solve the problem.