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Hardcover Books

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

Book Review

Quit Ruminating and Brooding

by Angela McQuay

"Quit Ruminating and Brooding" is a straightforward, fascinating look at what rumination means—and how to end the behavior for good. Olle Wadström’s innovative self-help book "Quit Ruminating and Brooding" is about treating... Read More

Book Review

Luca's Bridge

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Told in alternating English and Spanish, El puente de Luca is the timely tale of a family’s resiliency, strength, and devotion as they are voluntarily deported from the United States to Mexico. Emotions run high as Luca struggles to... Read More

Book Review

It's Just a Bunnypalooza

by Karen Rigby

It’s Just a Bunnypalooza champions the power of imagination to bring people together. Third in a series for three- to six-year-olds, It’s Just a Bunnypalooza sees Lizzy returning for a lesson on staying true to her instincts. Brenda... Read More

Book Review

Mislabeled as Disabled

by Barbara Nickles

"Mislabeled as Disabled" is a bracing call to arms that challenges the state of American education. Struggling learners are routinely failed by academic institutions, stuck in an unending cycle of underachievement, as Kalman R.... Read More

Book Review

Kindness Matters

by Rebecca Monterusso

"Kindness Matters" is a charming picture book in which friends work together to solve a problem. Antoinette Clark’s picture book "Kindness Matters" follows bees who are collecting honey to share with the rest of their hive. Sadie wakes... Read More

Book Review

Bruce Moffett Cooks

by Matt Sutherland

The popularity of fusion cooking too often overshadows the fact that mastering, truly mastering, the cuisine of even one region can take years, even decades. On the one hand, we have adventurous fusion devotees go to town pairing Korean... Read More

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