Andrea Coventry

Reviewer Andrea Coventry: Andrea is a Montessori child - turned educator.  An avid reader and writer, she is published on several websites. Click Here to find a listing of Andrea's sites where you can find many of her writing contributions.



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Author: Steve McGill 
ISBN: 978-1-4392-2371-0 
Publisher: Book Surge 

The Cave by Steve McGill is a fantastic, quick read, with plenty of suspense and chills to keep you on the edge of your seat turning pages as you follow along in the journey




Author: Tom & Tess Hannah
ISBN: 978-1-4327-1610-3
Publisher: Outskirts Press






Author: E. E. Smith 
ISBN: 978-0-9798599-1-5 
Publisher: Hanover House 

Boardinghouse Stew by E. E. Smith is an interesting snapshot about life in a boardinghouse during World War II. The author tells her own story of working as a maid and cook for a summer in Mrs. Mumson's home on the West Coast in 1943.



Author: Vincent Fortanasce, M.D. 
ISBN: 978-1-592-49461-2 
Publisher: Gotham Books 

Dr. Vincent Fortanasce has intimate knowledge of the horrors of Alzheimer's disease, as he watched his father plummet down the black hole. Through much research, he has developed a diet and exercise program to help himself, and others like him, to reduce their risk of this debilitating disease.




Author: Bo Parfet with Richard Buskin
ISBN: 978-08144-1084-4
Publisher: Amacom Books

Die Trying: One Man's Quest to Conquer the Seven Summits is an inspiring memoir by a man, who at the age of 26, began a four-year journey to summit all of the highest climbs on the seven continents



Author: Wim Coleman & Pat Perrin
ISBN: 978-1-935178-06-04
Publisher: Chiron Books

Anna's World is an entertaining young adult novel about a fourteen year-old girl named Anna Coburn



Author: Holly Hardin
ISBN: 978-1-4327-2439-9
Publisher: Outskirts Press

Aurora of the Northern Lights is a beautiful and touching story that is destined to become a Christmas favorite amongst young and old alike.


Author: Dawn Menge
ISBN: 978-1-4327-1169-6
Publisher: Outskirts Press







Author: Martine Groenveld
ISBN: 978-0-0922929-0-8
Publisher: PT Book Publishing

Martine Groenveld's upcoming book, Mommy, Draw Stars on My Tummy is a breath of fresh air in the world of children's books.


Author: Jan Elvin
Publisher: Amacom Books
ISBN: 9780814410493


The Box from Braunau: In Search of My Father’s War is a touching tribute. Not only does it celebrate the life and legacy of author Jan Elvin’s father Bill, it also gives honor to the men who fought in WWII and celebrates the prisoners of the concentration camps they liberated





Author: Debbie Macomber
Publisher: MIRA Books
ISBN: 9780778326823

While I found The Perfect Christmas to be predictable, simply by reading the back cover, I also found it to be a highly enjoyable way to relax on a summer’s evening, as I‘m a sucker for the story of a thirty-something year-old looking for love


Author: Brian Duren
Publisher: Beaver’s Pond Press
ISBN: 978159282875


The inevitable twist toward the end of the book is slightly predictable, yet the change of voice and mood is jarring enough to be entertaining.




Author: Etta K. Brown
Publishers: Langdon Street Publishers
ISBN: 978-1934938171


Learning Disabilities: Understanding the Problem and Managing the Challenges by Etta K. Brown, is a smorgasbord of information for both parents and educators of children with learning disabilities. Divided into three parts, Brown covers environmental influences on learning disabilities, history and laws pertaining to special education, and how to observe and accommodate special needs both in the classroom and at home.




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