BookMusings: March 2017

In this issue, QuakerBooks & More celebrates women’s history. Plus – Ellen Michaud reviews Praying for Justice, and 20 Books for 20 Bucks offers Friends a chance to buy 20 exceptional books for a great price.

BookMusings is the official eNewsletter of QuakerBooks & More. Each issue highlights books and themes carefully selected by bookstore staff for your enjoyment, as well as information about sales and other unique opportunities available to our readers. Below is the introductory text and table of contents.

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Dear Friend,

This month, America honors the many women and girls who made history by blazing trails, standing up for their beliefs, and protecting the rights of the people around them through Women’s History Month. At QuakerBooks & More, every day is a day to discover and honor the contributions made by women from around the world, and we are featuring several titles in this month’s BookMusings for our readers to explore and add to their home libraries.

Also in this issue, Ellen Michaud reviews Praying for Justice, Friends Journal unveils its featured book review titles for March, and we’re bringing back 20 Books for 20 Bucks, a popular QuakerBooks & More promotion that we hope will launch many new Quaker book collections for our readers at home and in their meetinghouses!

In the Light,
Samantha Wilson
Manager, QuakerBooks & More

In This Issue:

  • Ellen’s Review Corner: Praying for Justice
  • Featured Reading List: Extraordinary Women and Girls
  • What are you reading?
  • Friends Journal Book Reviews: March 2017
  • Quaker Classic: A Brief Memoir of Elizabeth Fry
  • 20 Books for 20 Bucks is back!!!
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