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2019’s Safest Cars for Young Families

Your family is everything. So, it makes sense that you prioritize safety when you’re in the market for a new car. Sure, your old beater…

Five Ways to Avoid the Health Risks of Being Too Busy

A life of complete calm and organization is a myth. For most, the daily chaos of life becomes routine and manageable. But when does busy become too busy? And when does too busy start affecting your overall health? To help you assess if you are overextending yourself, the health experts at Envolve,…

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A Review of Alsoomse and Wanchese: Book Moves at a Snail’s Pace

Not many novels feature Native American protagonists. Prior to reading Alsoomse and Wanchese by Harold Titus, the only other books I was aware of were Kaya’s stories published by American Girl. Titus’ novel offers a culture-clash story, with many of the characters based on historical figures.

 

Set in 1583 around Roanoke Island, the story chronicles the final days before colonization.

Read more: https://www.melinadruga.com/alsoomse-and-wanchese/

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