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July 18, 2017

Flames of Love: Hell and Universal Salvation, by Heath Bradley, is an impassioned and articulate explanation of why it makes sense to interpret the Bible as supporting universalism - that all will eventually be saved, and that hell will not last forever, but is restorative. I quote extensively from the book in my review, so you'll get the idea. If this topic interests you at all, I highly recommend this book.

Happy Reading!

—Sondra Eklund

Flames of Love
by Heath Bradley

Born a Crime
by Trevor Noah
performed by the author

Your Presidential Fantasy Dream Team
by Daniel O'Brien
illustrations by Winston Rowntree

Real Friends
Real Friends
by Shannon Hale
illustrated by LeUyen Pham

Norse Mythology
by Neil Gaiman
performed by the author

The Shadow Land
by Elizabeth Kostova

by Garth Nix

Cloud and Wallfish
by Anne Nesbet

Ms Marvel, Volume 1: No Normal
by G. Willow Wilson
art by Adrian Alphona

Thick as Thieves
by Megan Whalen Turner

The Fox Wish
by Kimiko Aman
illustrated by Komako Sakai

We Forgot Brock!
by Carter Goodrich

“To give those librarians, who make it their life work to serve children's reading interests, an opportunity to encourage good writing in this field.”

—Frederic Melcher, in his agreement to establish the Newbery Medal, 1922