Margin

MARGIN RICHARD A. SWENSON JANUARY 20, 2019 PUBLISHED BY: NavPress; 1st edition (October 25, 2004) PAGE NUMBER: 240 GENRE: Non-fiction BUY ON: Amazon and Goodreads My Book Report In Margin by Richard A. Swenson, the author explains the steps needed in order to live a margin-filled life. Burning the midnight oil to get assignments or projects completed on time, rushing outContinue reading “Margin”

George Washington’s Secret Six

GEORGE WASHINGTON’S SECRET SIX BRIAN KILMEADE AND DON YAEGER DECEMBER 30, 2018 PUBLISHED BY: Sentinel; Reprint edition (October 18, 2016) PAGE NUMBER: 320 GENRE: Non-fiction BUY ON: Amazon and Goodreads MY BOOK REPORT Everyone knows about the American Revolution—that George Washington won—but not very many people know it was due to a top secret spy ring of six workingContinue reading “George Washington’s Secret Six”

Lost in the Pacific, 1942

LOST IN THE PACIFIC, 1942 TOD OLSON DECEMBER 27, 2018 PUBLISHED BY: Scholastic Nonfiction October 25, 2016 PAGE NUMBER: 176 GENRE: Non-fiction BUY ON: Amazon and Goodreads MY BOOK REPORT Stranded in the middle of the ocean, battling sharks, hunger, thirst, and hallucination. These scenarios frame Tod Olson’s Lost in the Pacific, 1942: “the incredibleContinue reading “Lost in the Pacific, 1942”

Sometimes You Win Sometimes You Learn

Sometimes You Win Sometimes You Lose Learn by John C. Maxwell Age Range: 18 and up Grade Level: Adults Pages: 256 Published by Center Street: Reprint edition (September 1, 2015) Genre: Non-fiction, Information Buy on Amazon Goodreads “What if losing wasn’t considered losing anymore? What if losing was changed to learning? John C. Maxwell writes,Continue reading “Sometimes You Win Sometimes You Learn”

Adversity Advantage

The Adversity Advantage by Erik Weihenmayer and Paul G. Stolitz Age Range: 12 and up Grade Level: Junior High and High School Pages: 256 Published by Touchstone; Reissue edition (August 10, 2010) Genre: Non-fiction, Biography, Motivational Buy on Amazon  Goodreads    “After becoming blind while in high school, Erik Wehenmay quickly learned to overcome  adversity. He started rock climbing andContinue reading “Adversity Advantage”