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Reviews of Books with 102 Pages

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Story by Story

by Kristine Morris

Chace understands the needs of children and all those concerned with providing them with meaningful learning and interpersonal experiences. There’s no doubt about it, stories are powerful. Teachers, librarians, storytellers, church... Read More

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A Tale of Two Sparrows

by Laura Mahon

This tale of the search for happiness is told with a delightful cadence and clever bridges between human and animal. A fanciful story of a community of anthropomorphized birds, "A Tale of Two Sparrows" depicts main characters Billy and... Read More

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Looking for Africa in America

by Cheryl Hibbard

A fresh and provocative book examines cultural values that African Americans have lost in the post-slavery generations. A young man must return to the village of his slave ancestors to discover the original cultural values lost to... Read More

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Just My Thoughts

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

Elizabeth Bishop, arguably one of the most influential writers of the twentieth century, produced a very small book of collected poems that represented her life’s work. Forever careful to only publish her best work, Bishop’s... Read More

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No News Is Bad News

by Jeannine Chartier Hanscom

Humor in writing is largely a subjective concept. While some may find the writings of Mark Twain vastly amusing, others may prefer more outrageous and visceral humor. "No News Is Bad News", a collaboration between authors Amara Thompson... Read More

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Threads

by Lisa Romeo

Even if Steven Schrader’s slim new memoir didn’t partially revolve around events in his family’s life in Manhattan’s Garment District, "Threads" would still be the perfect title for his fifth book, given the woven nature of the... Read More

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Secret Wounds

by Jennifer Fandel

In his poem “A Psychiatrist’s Double Life,” Richard M. Berlin takes readers to the heart of his collection: “I became a doctor-poet / and my colleagues shunned me twice, / once out of fear I could read / their minds, and again... Read More

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