spring 2022 ARTA bookshelf
March 23, 2022

Spring 2022 ARTA Bookshelf

When We Were Shadows by Janet Wees. Second Story Press, 2018. Middle-school novel. Based on the true story of a Dutch Jewish boy hiding with family from Nazis, helped by the Resistance, when danger lurked around the next corner. In English and Dutch.

The Essence of Being Human: A Repository of Human Relations Enlightenment by Roland J. LaHaye. TellWell, 2019. Nonfiction. The essence of being human never changes, and what humans strive for today in terms of self-worth has always remained a part of their nature.

A Complicated Goodbye by Laurie Carmichael. Friesen Press, 2021. Fiction. Rebecca Adams wants to escape a life of loss, betrayal, and domestic violence — unfortunately, her plan includes a blueprint for her own murder.

Hightops in the Snow by Greg Turlock. Rakuten Kobo (eBook), 2020. Young adult fiction. Mikey and Jeb live for football, then one game changed Jeb’s life — forever. But with courage, determination, and a team behind him, survival becomes the game.


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