The Button Legacy Blog Tour

Shaun Tabatt —  August 6, 2013 — 1 Comment

The Button Legacy by Ginger MarcinkowskiThis week the Cross Focused Reviewers are participating in a book review blog tour for The Button Legacy by Ginger Marcinkowski. Excerpts and links to the reviews will appear below as they are available:

“I went into this book not knowing what to expect, and I must say that Ginger really “wowed” me with this short, but very well written book.”
Reviewer: Josh Davis (GoodReads.com)
Rating: 5 Stars

” I was disappointed with how short the story was. Other than that, I absolutely loved it! The book had my emotions going up and down. From crying to laughing, sadness to joy. Reading this book made me want to start my own button box as well.”
Reviewer: Pauline Burns (NetworkedBlogs.com)
Rating: 5 Stars

“I really enjoyed this book and can happily recommend it.”
Reviewer: Mandy Johnson (mandybakerjohnson.com)
Rating: 5 Stars

“Reading this book was like experiencing warm honey on a freshly baked biscuit hot out of the oven. I loved this short story! It is a work of fiction but had special meaning for me since I had a grandmother with a button collection…”
Reviewer: Beverly Terry (beverlylynnt.wordpress.com)
Rating: 5 Stars

“You will laugh and you will cry as you read and share in the stories of the buttons. Perhaps you will start your own button box.”
Reviewer: Amberly Zimmerman (burden4africa.blogspot.com)
Rating: 4 Stars

“Overall the story flows remarkably well, is believable, and does a splendid job of making the reader want more.”
Reviewer: Ryan Ray (ryanraysr.blogspot.com)
Rating: 3 Stars

“The Button Legacy weaves the story of a family together, including the frustration and joys that a family experiences with varying personalities.  I really would like to see more written about this family, because not only was it riveting to read but it brought together some universal experiences that we all go through.”
Reviewer: Spencer Cummins (spencerdeancummins.blogspot.com)
Rating: 4 Stars

“I think this book would be fun to read at night with your kids and discuss what it means to us. It’s perfect for Christian families. With just over 60 pages it won’t take long to get through it and re-read it again. This has made my “Summer Must Read” list.”
Reviewer: Erica Kloetstra (bassgiraffe.com)
Rating: 5 Stars

“This is a touching novella about the lasting legacy a tiny memento can have… I really liked how important prayer was in the story and how strong John’s faith was that these rebellious ones would come to Jesus just as he finally did. I also loved the strong sense of family and the bond they shared. You might want to check it out!”
Reviewer: Veronica Sternberg (shopgirl152ny.blogspot.com)
Rating: 4 Stars

“Told through the eyes of a godly grandfather, The Button Legacy laces together a godly heritage and the power of one man’s prayers, offering a lesson of how God’s grace can be seen even in the simplest thing–a button.”
Reviewer: Nancee Marchinowski (perspectivesbynancee.blogspot.com)
Rating: 5 Stars

“A good book, at some point, will express your deepest feelings, desires and hopes powerfully. And Ginger Marcinkowski’s The Button Legacy did just that for me. At several points along the way I cried, stopped and prayed, “Lord, I want that.””
Reviewer: Roberta Hegland
Rating: 5 Stars

Where to Buy:
Look for The Button Legacy by Ginger Marcinkowski at your local Christian bookstore. If you don’t have a Christian bookstore near you, you may want to consider purchasing a copy from one of the online book retailers listed below:

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  • Lori Hi

    Very cool! Thank you, Shaun!