Mailbox Monday – August 24

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I missed last week so this is a large list.

As always, titles, author, summary and where it came from below. I skipped the amazon links this time because I don’t have enough time but if you want to buy one of these books and support SMS Book Reviews, you can shop through this link:

See what everyone else got in the mail at The Printed Page.

Ripley’s Believe it or Not! Seeing is Believing – All new, 6th volume packed with facts, photos and all kinds of world records. Received through publicists for Ripleys.

Dancing with Ana by Nicole Barker – Teen fiction about a girl with Anorexia. Received through direct contact with author.

Indigo Awakening by Dr. Janine Talty, DO – Doctor’s memoir of forging an authentic life in a turbulent world. Received as part of a Book Tour with Pump Up Your Book Promotion.

Educating Esme by Esme Raji Codell – memoir of a teacher’s first year. From Algonquin Books

Cookie by Lisa Woomer – a picture book to teach children nutrition from Bostick Communications

My Ambulance Education by Joseph F. Clark – memoir of being an EMT, offered to me because I posted pussreboot’s review of Ambulance Girl.

We Know What You’re Thinking: What Canadians Think and Why by Darrell Bricker & John Wright of Ipsos Reid – sent to me from HarperCollins

How Saying Yes to Depression Leads us into Healing by Melissa Sarazin – memoir and self-help for those with depression, offered by Bostick Communications

Gifts From the Child Within by Barbara Sinor, Ph.D. – book on healing your inner child. My 3rd review book from Loving Healing Press

Addiction: What’s Really Going On? by Deborah McCloskey, CADC and Barbara Sinor, Ph.d. – memoir on a heroin treatment program. 4th review book from Loving Healing Press

Move Over, Rover by Kyra Kirkwood – from Random House, a book on naming your new puppy based on it’s personality.

The Turkey’s Treat by Marie Sanderlin Metroke – a humorous picture book about Christmas Turkey from Bostick Communications.

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About Kathleen

I've been a nonfiction lover for as long as I can remember. I love children's nonfiction as well and love to share my knowledge and the books I gained them from, with the world. I wish more people would give nonfiction a chance.