Foreword Reviews

  • Book of the Day

    Lady Death

    This World War II memoir from Soviet Red Army sniper Lyudmila Pavlichenko is something of a time capsule, preserving the mindset of a Soviet citizen/soldier during the world’s most genocidal conflict.

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  • The World Awaits

    The world that awaits children is big—not just big, humongous. Colossal. At least, compared to the size of a kid.

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  • Reviewer Chats with Poet Cynthia Marie Hoffman

    Author of Call Me When You Want to Talk About the Tombstones

    There’s countless ways to assemble a collection of poetry, and there’s also the logical way.

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  • INDIES 2017 Winners Announcement

    Foreword is pleased to announce its 2017 INDIES winners!

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  • Start at the Beginning

    There is so much future ahead for young adults. So much life ahead, with infinite possibilities. These books represent that in the best way.

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The World Awaits

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

The world that awaits children is big—not just big, humongous. Colossal. At least, compared to the size of a kid. And yet, we take tiny portions of it to give to them every day, telling them about what is out there for them to explore.... Read More

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Book of the Day Roundup June 25-June 29

by Hannah Hohman

Lady Death The Memoirs of Stalin’s Sniper Lyudmila Pavlichenko Greenhill Books Hardcover $32.95 (272pp) 978-1-78438-270-4 Buy: Local Bookstore (IndieBound), Amazon This World War II memoir from Soviet Red Army sniper Lyudmila... Read More

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Start at the Beginning

by Catherine Reed Thureson

There is so much future ahead for young adults. So much life ahead, with infinite possibilities. These books represent that in the best way; that these protagonists are at the beginning of their stories with a whole expansive world ahead... Read More

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