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Bobby and Boo Set Sail

by Catherine Thureson

With skillful rhyme, the story naturally incorporates colors, and teaches the Chinese word for each. Kathy de Bruin’s clever rhyming picture book, "Bobby and Boo Set Sail", uses two boys, their aunt and uncle, and a day on a boat to... Read More

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The Ownership Cycle

by Barry Silverstein

"The Ownership Cycle" is well written and thought-provoking, combining a sound theoretical overview of ownership with solid, everyday situations. Soh Jian Yi’s "The Ownership Cycle" considers how the concept of ownership can lead to a... Read More

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Una storia d'amore!

by Katerie Prior

Italy has been called a dream that keeps returning; Wallis’s photographs make you never want to wake. In his photo travel book, Una storia d’amore, author and photographer Terence Wallis captures the aesthetically stunning road less... Read More

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The Fatness

by Erika Harlitz Kern

"The Fatness" is a concept-driven story that tackles the complicated problem of public health issues. Mark A. Rayner’s speculative fiction novel "The Fatness" takes society’s obsession with fitness and weight loss to task in a story... Read More

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Life Came to a Standstill

by Katie Asher

This is a beautifully written meditation on grief, healing, and hope. "Life Came to a Standstill" is a beautiful compilation of eight stories of heartbreak and loss. Each story is written by someone who lost either a sibling or a child,... Read More

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The Way You Run in Dreams

by Karen Rigby

"The Way You Run in Dreams" is an attentive, ecopoetic gathering of texts that honors felt and lived experiences with a clear, defined voice. Time and its ravages, absence, and the silent interludes before and after human... Read More

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Boys

by Gregory A. Lowe

Raising difficult questions of morality, this slice-of-life narrative is as heartfelt as it is entertaining. Scott Semegran’s "Boys" collects trio of fascinating stories that follow a young man in three very different stages of his... Read More

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