In My Mailbox Monday – Mar 15

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This is the day when I highlight all the new books that have come into my house since the last time I participated.

In My Mailbox is hosted at The Story Siren while Mailbox Monday is hosted at The Printed Page. Since they are basically the same meme, I do them together. Check the links to find posts from others.

So what have I received for review?

Obesity Free Forever by Georgene Dana Collins (received from Paula at Author Marketing Experts)
Subtitle is Losing Weight from the Inside Out. Ways to overcome hunger and feel full, recognize weight loss obstacles, visualize the new you and use it to achieve success, take control of your life and emotions and maintain weight loss and increase energy.

Step on a Crack: Overcoming Depression – a memoir by Jill Byrne with Michael Ransom
(received from Paula at Author Marketing Experts)
Jill Byrne was a psychologist and a counsellor but was plauged with depression herself. This is her memoir of recovery and her life now.

At Home With Laurie Ann by Laurie Ann McMillin Ray
(Received from Paula at Author Marketing Experts)
A decorator guide to turning your home into a place you’ll love. For the beginner or intermediate who wants tips on design.

An Alter in the World by Barbara Brown Taylor
(Received from Shelf Awareness, pub by HarperOne)
“…she shares how she learned to encounter God far beyond the walls of the church. Taylor reveals meaningful ways to discover the sacred in the small things we do and see, from simple practices such as walking, working and prayer. Something as ordinary as hanging clothes on a clothesline becomes an act of meditation if we pay attention to what we’re doing and take time to notice the sights, smells, and sound around us.”

Sewing a Friendship by Natalie Tinti
(Direct Request to Author)
This book was written and illustrated by a 10 year old girl and is about friendship.

Horrid Henry’s Joke Book by Francesca Simon
(Received from Sourcebooks Jabberwocky for a book tour in April) Yep, another Horrid Henry book. I couldn’t resist.

Is There a Monster Over There? by Sally O. Lee (received from Bostick Communications)
About becoming friends with monsters

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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.