November 2019 Book Haul – Featuring Mister Rogers

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Halloween may be over, but there’s no bad time to dress up like someone you admire, right? We donned sweaters to talk about this month’s new releases and gave a sneak peak of our book of the month – The Simple Faith of Mister Rogers. Watch to the end to learn about a sweet giveaway and a new book club!

This month, we have some stellar books to add to your list. The November Book Haul Video features:

  • A thriller with all the right kinds of romance that you won’t want to put down
  • A gorgeous book about tuning out the noise and focusing on the important things in life, even if it means saying no sometimes [Self care matters!].
  • A workbook on the Enneagram. Must I say more?
  • A retelling of The Little Mermaid that will break your heart in pieces and leave you wanting more [not a paradox!].
  • The king of kindness, the world’s most beloved neighbor, the iconic sweater-wearer and greatest encourager of children and adults alike. Yep, it’s Mister Rogers. And a look inside who he was off-screen. You don’t want to miss The Simple Faith of Mister Rogers.

Smoke Screen by Terri Blackstock

Nate Beckett has spent his life fighting wildfires instead of the lies and rumors that drove him from his Colorado hometown. His mother begs him to come back now that his father has been released from prison, but it isn’t until he’s sidelined by an injury that he’s forced to return and face his past. But that means facing Brenna too. Fourteen years ago, Nate was in love with the preacher’s daughter. When Pastor Strickland discovered Brenna defied him to sneak out with Nate, the fight between Strickland and Nate’s drunken dad was loud—and very public. Strickland was found murdered later that night, and everyone accused Roy Beckett. When the church burned down not long after, people assumed Nate set the fire to get even for his father’s conviction. He let the rumors fly and left town without looking back. As Nate and Brenna deal with the present—including new information about that fateful night and a wildfire that’s threatening their town—the past keeps igniting. Nate is the steady force Brenna has so desperately needed. But she’ll have to learn to trust him again first.

When Less Becomes More by Emily Ley

In her newest book, bestselling author and founder of Simplified® Emily Ley brings a revolutionary exploration of how to live a life of more in a world that often overwhelms to the point of burnout. Emily empathizes with readers in the throes of exhaustion and provides tools for nourishing their spirits and achieving a life where less becomes more.

The Sacred Enneagram Workbook by Christopher L. Heuertz

Whether you are looking to discover your type for the first time or take a deeper dive into your identity, The Sacred Enneagram Workbook is designed to help you grow in your spiritual life through the understanding of your Enneagram type.

Coral by Sara Ella

Inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s beloved—yet tragic—fairy tale, “The Little Mermaid,” Coral explores mental health and what it means to be human in a world where humanity often seems lost.

Raising Boys Who Respect Girls by Dave Willis

Dave Willis, author, speaker, and father of four boys, talks biblically and practically about how to raise a generation of boys who are champions, encouragers, and respecters of women.

The Simple Faith of Mister Rogers by Amy Hollingsworth

Celebrate the release of A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood starring Tom Hanks with an inside look on Mr. Rogers’ spiritual legacy in The Simple Faith of Mister Rogers. It shows us a man who, to paraphrase the words of St. Francis of Assisi, “preached the gospel at all times; when necessary he used words.”

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Page Chaser is operated by HarperCollins Christian Publishing, Inc. (HCCP), the publisher of Smoke Screen, When Less Becomes More, The Sacred Enneagram Workbook, Coral, Raising Boys Who Respect Girls, and The Simple Faith of Mister Rogers.

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