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Softcover Books

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

Book Review

A Multicultural Picnic

by Kristine Morris

Learning is fun in the picture book "A Multicultural Picnic", which celebrates family, friendship, and heritage. In Victor Dias de Oliveria Santos’s sensitive picture book, "A Multicultural Picnic", children respond to bullying,... Read More

Book Review

Rascal on the Run

by Michelle Anne Schingler

"Rascal on the Run" is a drawling Southern legal tale from an impressive new talent. Howard Tate Scott’s Southern crime novel "Rascal on the Run" moves, with charm and swagger, through generations of crime and justice in a North... Read More

Book Review

Town Crier

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Filled with reminders of human fragility, but still exalting life in vigorous tones, Sarah Matthes’s debut poetry collection, "Town Crier", is a momentous introduction to a sensitive voice. Dedicated to a friend and fellow poet who... Read More

Book Review

Post-Mortem

by Matt Sutherland

While the rest of us mumble, look away, and generally avoid matters of consequence, poets seek no such cover. Indeed, Heather Altfeld and others of her inquisitive ilk lead the interrogation of a mad world. Winner of the Pablo Neruda... Read More

Book Review

Mere Extinction

by Matt Sutherland

Upon learning of her adaptive scriptwriting accomplishments, we can fix the explanation for Evie Christie’s complex use of motivation, conflict, pathos, and trauma—humanity’s theater writ large in her work. That she does it with... Read More

Book Review

Unravel

by Karen Rigby

In Sharon Jennings’s brisk, emotional novel "Unravel", a young heroine finds the courage to separate herself from her father’s lies and uncover the truth. Though she is almost twelve, Rebecca has never attended school. She lives with... Read More

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