March 2020 Book Haul - Un-put-downable Fiction Picks

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In the midst of media overload and a whole lot of unknowns, one of the best ways to center yourself and keep your mind in check is to dive into a captivating book. Fortunately, there are some great March book releases that have come out just in time to help you focus on something other than news!

What to expect from these un-put-downable March Book Releases:

  • A gripping YA fiction with a cover you'll spend as much time staring at as you will reading the book.
  • A guide on how to foster wise and successful relationships.
  • A heart-melting historical fiction that will restore your faith in humanity.
  • The FUNNIEST memoir from the most Southern man you'll ever encounter.
  • Inspirational leadership tips from an author who once met Matt Damon. What more could you ask for?

More about the books featured in the March book haul:

The June Boys by Court Stevens

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The Gemini Thief is a serial kidnapper, who takes three boys and holds them captive from June 1st to June 30th of the following year. The June Boys endure thirteen months of being stolen, hidden, observed, and fed before they are released, unharmed, by their masked captor. The Thief is a pro, having eluded authorities for nearly a decade and taken at least twelve boys. Now Thea Delacroix has reason to believe the Gemini Thief has taken a thirteenth victim: her cousin, Aulus McClaghen.

But the game changes when one of the kidnapped boys turns up dead. Together with her boyfriend Nick and her best friends, Thea is determined to find the Gemini Thief and the remaining boys before it’s too late. Only she’s beginning to wonder something sinister, something repulsive, something unbelievable, and yet, not impossible: What if her father is the Gemini Thief?

Relational Intelligence by Dr. Dharius Daniels

Considering Jesus's relational model for choosing the twelve disciples, Relational Intelligence will walk you through how to assess your relationships, define them, discern them, align them, and finally activate your relationships to unlock your greatest potential.

Children of the Stars by Mario Escobar

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August 1942. Jacob and Moses Stein, two young Jewish brothers, are staying with their aunt in Paris amid the Nazi occupation. The boys’ parents, well-known German playwrights, have left the brothers in their aunt’s care until they can find safe harbor for their family. But before the Steins can reunite, a great and terrifying roundup occurs. The French gendarmes, under Nazi order, arrest the boys and take them to the Vélodrome d’Hiver—a massive, bleak structure in Paris where thousands of France’s Jews are being forcibly detained.

Jacob and Moses know they must flee in order to survive, but they only have a set of letters sent from the south of France to guide them to their parents. Danger lurks around every corner as the boys, with nothing but each other, trek across the occupied country. Along their remarkable journey, they meet strangers and brave souls who put themselves at risk to protect the children—some of whom pay the ultimate price for helping these young refugees of war.

Will the Circle Be Unbroken by Sean Dietrich

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Sean Dietrich was twelve years old when he scattered his father's ashes from the mountain range. His father was a man who lived for baseball, a steel worker with a ready wink, who once scaled a fifty-foot tree just to hang a tire swing for his son. He was also the stranger who tried to kidnap and kill Sean's mother before pulling the trigger on himself. He was a childhood hero, now reduced to a man in a box. Will the Circle Be Unbroken? is the story of what happens after the unthinkable, and the journey we all must make in finding the courage to stop the cycles of the past from laying claim to our future.

Looking Up by Michele Sullivan

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We’ve all had moments of feeling like we didn’t belong, but imagine being born into a world where fitting in was never an option. Michele Sullivan, who has a rare form of dwarfism, shares how her physical posture taught her the most effective relational posture with others, which helped her become one of the most powerful women in philanthropy.

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Page Chaser is operated by HarperCollins Christian Publishing, Inc. (HCCP), the publisher of The June Boys, Relational Intelligence, Children of the Stars, Will the Circle Be Unbroken, and Looking Up.

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