Mailbox Monday

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Dec 172012
 

Mailbox Monday

Dec. Host: Suko’s Notebook

WON: (from Cami @ Love. Pray. Read.)
Jeremy’s Christmas Journey (with musical CD) by Scott A. Johnson
Music composed by Lyle Hadlock, Julie Hawkins & Jonah Hadlock

For Jeremy, Christmas is just another reminder that he’ll never be able to enjoy the things that come so easily to other children. Then one night he has a dream that will change everything. Accompanied by stirring music, this story of finding faith and discovering the power of the Master Healer is sure to be cherished at Christmastime and all year long.

BOUGHT:
Matthew’s Story (The Jesus Chronicles) by Tim LaHaye & Jerry B. Jenkins
Levi was studying to be a priest, but when an unspeakable tragedy befalls his family, he turns his back on his faith and decides to pursue riches and luxury instead. He becomes a tax collector, disappointing his family and reviled by Jews and Romans alike. And although he is a success, his chosen trade does not bring him contentment. When he hears about Jesus, the man who some are saying is the prophesied Messiah, he begins a quest that leads him to question his very existence. As he follows Jesus and records His words and deeds, Levi is shaken to the core and transformed. Renamed “Matthew” by Jesus-literally “gift from God”-he is called to give up his work and his worldly possessions and claims Jesus as his Lord.

Matthew’s Story is a novel that brings to life the most unlikely of apostles-a sinner-turned-saint-and his time with the Lord. Thrilling and uplifting, Matthew’s Story shows how the true Messiah changed the life of one man, and forever altered the course of history.

Beatrice And Virgil by Yann Martel
When Henry receives a letter from an elderly taxidermist, it poses a puzzle that he cannot resist. As he is pulled further into the world of this strange and calculating man, Henry becomes increasingly involved with the lives of a donkey and a howler monkey—named Beatrice and Virgil—and the epic journey they undertake together.

With all the spirit and originality that made Life of Pi so beloved, this brilliant new novel takes the reader on a haunting odyssey. On the way Martel asks profound questions about life and art, truth and deception, responsibility and complicity.

  3 Responses to “Mailbox Monday”

  1. Great mailbox. Jeremy’s Christmas Journey sounds good. Enjoy!
    2 Kids and Tired Books MM

  2. Enjoy your books.

    Elizabeth
    Silver’s Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

  3. I will keep my eyes out for Matthew’s Story.

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