Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Book Review: "Sarah: How a Hockey Mom Turned Alaska's Political Establishment Upside Down"

A book by Kaylene Johnson about Sarah Palin. Review here at Beldar Blog.

Released in April 2008 by Epicenter Press, a regional publisher of nonfiction works about Alaska and its people, the book will now be shipping through Tyndale House Publishers. The trade paperback edition of SARAH: How a Hockey Mom Turned the Political Establishment Upside Down (ISBN 978-1-4143-3050-1) will begin shipping on September 10.

In SARAH, the first biography released of Governor Palin, author Kaylene Johnson draws upon personal interviews with Palin, her family, and other highly placed sources to explore Palin's family life, her upbringing in a devout Christian home, her political rise, and how she went from being a long-shot candidate to -- potentially -- one of the world's most powerful women and political figures. The book features 32 pages of family and political photos and contains an index and source notes. Tyndale will also provide a free online discussion guide designed to engage readers on the subject of faith and politics: (from marketwatch.com)

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