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By Anne Lamott. Riverhead Books, 2014. 287 pages. $22.95/hardcover; $11.99/eBook. Sitting down to read one of Anne Lamott’s books is […]
Ellen Michaud is a former book review editor of Friends Journal, an editor-at-large for Live Happy magazine, and author of the award-winning Blessed: Living a Grateful Life. She is a member of South Starksboro (Vt.) Meeting and an alumna of the School of the Spirit’s program on Contemplative Living and Prayer.Posted in: Quaker Book Reviews, September 2015 Books, September 2015: Reproduction and Family Planning, Uncategorized
By Michael Birkel. Baylor University Press, 2014. 292 pages. $39.95/hardcover. With Qur’an in Conversation, Michael Birkel—author, scholar, and professor of […]
Ellen Michaud is a former book review editor of Friends Journal and past Writer-in-Residence at Earlham School of Religion. She is the author of Blessed: Living a Grateful Life (which was named by USA BookNews as the #1 Spiritual Inspiration Book of the Year in 2011). She is a member of South Starksboro (Vt.) Meeting.Posted in: November 2014: Books and Writing, Quaker Book Reviews
Out of the 14 books (and 1 blog) recommended by young adult Friends in the November 2013 issue, 5 titles […]
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A Handful of Quiet: Happiness in Four Pebbles By Thich Nhat Hanh, illustrated by Wietske Vriezen. Plum Blossom Books, 2012. […]
I am continuously amazed and incredibly grateful for the support we receive here at Friends Publishing Corporation for the ministry […]
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