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Hardcover Books

Here are all of the hardcover books we've reviewed.

Book Review

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

Book Review

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

Book Review

The Nine

by Charlene Oldham

School scandals and the fragile bond between a boy and his mother give "The Nine" wide-ranging appeal beyond its ivy-clad setting. Jeanne McWilliams Blasberg’s unique coming-of-age novel "The Nine" is set at an exclusive New England... Read More

Book Review

Koa Kai

by Aimee Jodoin

"Koa Kai" is a thrilling transformation story in which a boy from New England becomes a powerful warrior. Informed by real events, D. R. Pollock’s historical novel "Koa Kai" follows a teenager’s inspiring adventure in 1790s Hawaii.... Read More

Book Review

How to Catch a Mole

by Matt Sutherland

Quantum physics recognizes that electrons behave differently when under observation—to be, or not to be a wave or a particle, depending on whether it’s being observed. And nature writing presents a similar situation because nature... Read More

Book Review

Eddies of His Breath

by Jeremiah Rood

"Eddies of His Breath" is a narrative Christian spiritual commentary that does a good job of highlighting the less considered characters of the Bible. Eric Ribbens’s inspirational scriptural commentary "Eddies of His Breath" seeks to... Read More

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