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The Silver Wind

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Nina Allan’s "The Silver Wind" is a twisting, haunting work of speculative fantasy, pulsing with the dull ache of a fading dream and intoxicating its audience with disorienting what-ifs. When Owen, a clockmaker’s apprentice, is... Read More

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The Dollmaker

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Nina Allan’s exquisite and strange "The Dollmaker" is a postmodern fairy tale, both whimsical and aching in its appeal. Andrew felt lost among his contemporaries until he discovered that he had a gift for fashioning discarded and... Read More

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Trini's Big Leap

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Trini is bold, jumping and twirling in bright yellow boots, a floral sundress, and crimson cape. But her confidence is shaken when her attempts to build a block castle all fall flat. With a little help from friends, Trini discovers the... Read More

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Who Are You, Calvin Bledsoe?

by Ho Lin

Calvin Bledsoe is middle-aged, glum, and in dire need of a shakeup. Saddled with a strict Calvinist upbringing thanks to his celebrity mother, he’s freshly divorced and stuck writing a blog for a pellet stove company in small-town... Read More

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Book of the Day Roundup August 12-16, 2019

by Barbara Hodge

Moonlocket / Peter Bunzl / Jolly Fish Press / Softcover $12.99 (384pp) / 978-1-63163-375-1 / Buy: Local Bookstore (IndieBound), Amazon / Peril and Victorian steampunk meld in Peter Bunzl’s winsome middle grade novel, Moonlocket.... Read More

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