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Bengal and Sengal ~ Book Review

Bengal and Sengal

by Ellie

ABOUT THE STORY:In this whimsical adventure, Tigress gives birth to Bengal and Sengal, two cute and cuddly cubs. As a little tiger cub, Bengal is always getting in trouble and even wanders away from the lair. Soon, both tigers become good hunters and have families of their own. Will Bengal’s new cub, Jingle, prove to be as ornery as his father? Follow the journey of this entertaining tiger family to find out!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Ellie lives in Charleroi, Pennsylvania, where she is a crossing guard for Charleroi Elementary School. She is married to Norman and has four children – Jon, Debbie, David, and Sheila. Ellie enjoys doing crossword puzzles in her spare time. This is her first published book, and she was inspired to writeBengal and Sengal from her love of tigers.

MY THOUGHTS:

 I really enjoyed reading this short story! The story has many different characters in it, but I NEVER got them mixed up. The character I enjoyed the most is Sengal because I think my personality is more like his then Bengal. I liked how the author wrote the story with simple words for a young child would be able to read it easily, but with a few challenges. My favorite part is at the very end of the story, the happy every after part. If you want to see for your self you will have to read the book! 

I received a free copy of this book from Dorrance Publishing for review purposes. All opinions expressed are always entirely my own.

 

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The Christian Mama’s Guide To Having A Baby

ImagePublisher’s Book Description:

Everything you need to know about pregnancy—from weight gain to stretch marks to figuring out how to rely on Christ through the ups and downs of the next nine months.

This comprehensive guide is packed with information that every newly pregnant Christian mama needs—including:

  • help for pregnancy insomnia, morning sickness, weight gain and more
  • advice on how to maintain a godly attitude and outlook during pregnancy—even when you’re feeling anything but godly
  • what to expect from doctor check-ups, your encounters with the scale and labor and delivery
  • tips on how to survive food cravings, aversions, and even dreaded pregnancy exercise
  • healthy eating advice for pregnancy that doesn’t outright ban ice cream sundaes
  • ideas on how to keep your marriage a priority when you’re pregnant, including a guide for Christian dads-to-be and even pregnancy sex tips

This detailed guide takes you through each trimester with helpful tips, humorous accounts, and supportive spiritual advice—all with a girlfriend-to-girlfriend approach that will help moms feel comfortable as they navigate this life-changing time.

My Opinion: 

I was very surprised to fine that it was NOT filled with verses or pushing Christianity, like a lot of books do. Also, It was down to earth, without it being filled with medical jumbo. It’s an personal experience of her pregnancy. She tells you that you MAY or MAY NOT have the problems that she did and that she is not experienced in any type of medical, just a mother who have went through pregnancies.  I am defiantly keeping this book close during my pregnancy and will be recommending this book to others.