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Smashing Stereotypes

by Kara Hansen

Women are too often conditioned to believe that they can’t be outspoken, brave, or independent, and this stereotype is perpetuated by female representation in literature. There is also an unfortunate trend in books, whether intentional... Read More

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Book of the Day Roundup August 27-August 31

by Hannah Hohman

A Song for the River Philip Connors Cinco Puntos Press Softcover $16.95 (246pp) 978-1-941026-91-5 Buy: Local Bookstore (IndieBound), Amazon Philip Connors has previously written about his many years as a fire lookout in New Mexico’s... Read More

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Library Splainin’: What are They Good For?

by Anna Call

On a recent Saturday, a writer for Forbes, Panos Mourdoukoutas, suggested something that only sounds good if you have money: that libraries are a taxpayer drain. Forbes took down the article over the backlash, but that’s OK. I’m a... Read More

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Book of the Day Roundup August 20-August 24

by Hannah Hohman

Love without Limits Jesus’ Radical Vision for Love with No Exceptions Jacqueline Bussie Fortress Press Hardcover $24.99 (200pp) 978-1-5064-4688-2 Buy: Local Bookstore (IndieBound), Amazon Part memoir, part theological exploration,... Read More

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All about Animals

by Kara Hansen

Our planet is home to millions of species of animals and, from the most common to the most exotic, each one has something that makes them extraordinary in their own way. For instance, most frogs breathe through their skin, some fish can... Read More

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White Kids

by Mya Alexice

Reviewer Mya Alexice Talks Racism with Margaret Hagerman, Author of White Kids One of the flimsiest of racial stereotypes is the idea that poor, uneducated folks harbor the most intense racist sentiments, and that the higher up the... Read More

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Empowered Boundaries

by Kristine Morris

Reviewer Kristine Morris Interviews Cristien Storm, Author of Empowered Boundaries: Speaking Truth, Setting Boundaries, and Inspiring Social Change You, as an individual, exist in a small bubble, separate from the seven billion other... Read More

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