Bri Zabriskie

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BriAnne Zabriskie is a senior English student at Brigham Young University and reads for enjoyment and enlightenment. She will be a first-time mother in July 2011

Inscribed on the wall of my midwife’s home that I frequented in the final weeks of my recent pregnancy was this little piece of wisdom: “If motherhood was supposed to be easy, it wouldn’t have started with labor.” As I pondered my own role of mother in the days leading up to Mother’s Day this year, I searched the bible for references to motherhood. The most interesting to me was in John 16, whe...

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Senior Missions by Marnae B. Wilson
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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - Parts One and Two by John Tiffany
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Man was it fun to drop back into the potter universe for a day! I felt the plot line could have been more complex but I imagine that it's enough to satiate the potter head hunger. It's a quick read, not so engrossing that I didn't feel I could turn m ...more
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The Hiding Place by Corrie ten Boom
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A new personal classic and one I could Reread many times. This book has strengthens my faith and prepared me for some major personal struggles. It boosted both my faith and my hope.
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Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert
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Disturbing and interesting. I liked Anna Karenina better - felt her character made more sense. But it is something I'll read again to try to dissect a further. This was just a cursory reading.
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Gift from the Sea by Anne Morrow Lindbergh
"A timeless treasure trove of women’s wisdom; Lindberg’s book is rife with insights and overflowing with beauty. There is even a little nostalgia in it for me who spent several childhood summers with my mom and grandparents on the beaches of CT. An..." Read more of this review »
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