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Hardcover Books

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

Book Review

Kobee Manatee

by Kristine Morris

Kobee Manatee: Climate Change and The Great Blue Hole Hazard is an educational picture book about the dangers that plastic pollution represent to the oceans. In Robert Thayer’s inviting picture book Kobee Manatee: Climate Change and... Read More

Book Review

Living Within the Wild

by Rebecca Foster

Mother–daughter pair Kirsten and Mandy Dixon manages a set of family businesses in Alaska, including two lodges, a café, and a cooking school. Their cookbook, "Living Within the Wild", collects rustic yet elegant recipes that serve as... Read More

Book Review

Halo around the Moon

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Halo around the Moon" is a dark mystery novel that focuses on the strange, unpredictable ways in which events and people are connected. A grisly murder triggers a series of violent events in Matt Ritter’s mystery novel "Halo around... Read More

Book Review

A River Called Time

by Aimee Jodoin

Courttia Newland’s "A River Called Time" is an expansive speculative novel in which the British did not colonize Africa, but instead sought to learn from its cultures. In an alternate reality London, Markriss has been selected to live... Read More

Book Review

The Artist Spoke

by Peter Dabbene

"The Artist Spoke" is a bookish but exciting literary mystery. Ted Morrissey’s novel "The Artist Spoke" is a mysterious, mesmerizing examination of the contrary aspects of the writing life, and the fragility of relationships.... Read More

Book Review

Cyberjutsu

by Joseph S. Pete

"Cyberjutsu" is an educational technology guide that draws a link between the practices of ninjas and modern cyber security practices. Ben McCarty’s "Cyberjutsu" is practical as it explains the basics of contemporary cyber security via... Read More

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