Welcome once again to Eerdmans All Over, a Friday roundup of all the Eerdmans-related news, reviews, interviews, and other interesting online content we can find in a given week.
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Susan R. Adams reviewed Cynthia Grady and Michele Wood’s I Lay My Stitches Down for Englewood Review of Books, calling it a “thoughtful, textured, and sophisticated treatment of American slavery” and “a must-have for your collection.”
- Joan Chittister (Happiness) shared her thoughts on the election of Pope Francis in the National Catholic Reporter column “Who are the people who were waiting for Pope Francis?”
- Francis Davis discussed Alexander Ogorodnikov and Dissident for Life for Platform 10.
- Video from Wesley Granberg-Michaelson’s “Pilgrimage of World Christianity” lecture (based on research for his forthcoming book on the same subject) is now available on the Library of Congress website. The lecture was mentioned in James L. Franklin’s America column “Reader’s Guide: Day 13.”
- John Byron received his copy of James V. Brownson’s Bible, Gender, Sexuality and did a little preliminary blogging about it on The Biblical World.
- Gary Wake reviewed Thomas Bergler’s The Juvenilization of American Christianity for CYMT.
- Anastasia Suen featured Eileen Spinelli and Geraldo Valerio’s Do You Have a Dog? on Booktalking for Poetry Friday last week.
- Julie Fortenberry examined Giovanna Zoboli and Simona Mulazzani’s I Wish I Had . . . for Children’s Illustration, calling the book “altogether stylish and fun to study.”
- LadyD Books reviewed Kathy Long and Patricia Cantor’s Christopher Sat Straight Up in Bed, concluding, “5/5 stars! Great story, so cute. I loved the book!”
- Niki Daly’s The Herd Boy was the subject of an Allison’s Book Bag review that ended with the verdict “Bag it: Carry it with you. Make it a top priority to read.”
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