Author: kennethcook

Childhood is associated with fun and play. One can view and relate this in the book entitled, Stories and Poems from a Grandmother’s Heart by Kishwar Mirza. Children tend to... Read More

While highly desirable, romantic love has many risks. Romantic love also promotes a positive outlook on life. Because a person feels cared about, understood, and supported, the whole world looks... Read More

This textbook on Catholic theology is a must-read for students at college levels and those discerning the priesthood or wanting to serve the Church in any capacity. It gives a... Read More

A person is only what he is today because of everything his life went through. Every hour of his waking life affects him, no matter how significant. Sometimes, these life... Read More

Grace Maier-Crook lives with her beloved cat in south-central Wisconsin. She was married to her late husband, Ed for 36 years, and was his care provider for the two years... Read More

In his book, Easter: McEaster Valley, author Walter Hoge emphasizes the value of nature and the tranquility it brings to people. Mother Earth, and by extension, nature, carries one of... Read More

The wealthiest families are those with stories that have been remembered, treasured, and incorporated into the family spirit. Children love to hear bedtime stories, and grandparents make ideal storytellers. Grandparents... Read More

Alaska Natives abuse alcohol at a higher rate than all ethnic groups in the U.S., mirroring those of all the Native American tribes in the lower 48 states. Even... Read More

New book exploring morality and kindness is a relevant must-read in 2021. Author Kwaku Mensah has announced the fourth edition of his enlightening book, In God Cares, But Do We?... Read More

The book describes the events and shows how unselfish and brave the unit responded to overcome enemy advances. It also shows the difficulties of decision-making under fire. The pressures of... Read More