Saturday, November 6, 2010

Mary Mae and the Gospel Truth by Sandra Dutton

It's 1988 in Ohio and Mary Mae is an elementary school student who is curious about everything. She enjoys studying the fossils she and her classmates dig up around town. She loves playing the guitar with her great-grandmother and she enjoys asking questions about the Bible. However, her Christian mom believes the Bible is all a good Christian girl needs to learn and so pulls Mary Mae out of school to homeschool, throws away the fossil collection and takes the guitar away. In MARY MAE AND THE GOSPEL TRUTH two worlds collide but with the help of granny and the clergy there just may be a blending of the two. A thought provoking read.

3 comments:

Sandra Dutton said...

Thank you for your nice review of "Mary Mae and the Gospel Truth." Sandra Dutton, www.MaryMaeandtheGospelTruth.com

Goldenlibrarylady said...

Sandra,

You are very welcome! It's an honor to have your check out my blog.

Lori

Anonymous said...

Dear Mrs. Katz,

"Mary Mae and the Gospel Truth" sounds awsome!I'd LOVE to read this book.Sadly I might not be able to read most of the books on my list due to the book I'm reading right now For GEU.
[Golden Eagle University]
Soon to wright and hopfuly read,
Courtney