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Reviews of Books with 112 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 112 pages.

Book Review

Georgia O'Keeffe

by Rachel Jagareski

Not just one of the most renowned women artists, Georgia O’Keeffe is one of the most iconic American artists. Her challenges and sustained dedication in achieving this status were great. This new collection of photographs and essays... Read More

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Rabbit & Bear

by Vivian Turnbull

Julian Gough’s delightful Rabbit and Bear: Attack of the Snack involves misunderstandings, apologies, and friendship. Best friends Bear and Rabbit are enjoying a summer swim when a mysterious creature crashes into their lake. With the... Read More

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White Blood

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

In the opening poem of White Blood: A Lyric of Virginia, silent ancestors elude the speaker, keeping her history and that of her family forever enshrouded in smoke, but modern science lights some small match, scattering the ghosts.... Read More

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A. Rodin

by Peter Dabbene

Eddy Simon’s smart, entertaining graphic biography of the renowned sculptor and artist Auguste Rodin begins with Rodin’s childhood and his first steps toward sculpture, shaping dough at the side of his mother. His adult life is shown... Read More

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The Lost Brothers

by Meg Nola

Jack El-Hai’s true crime story "The Lost Brothers" focuses on the disappearance of three young Minneapolis boys in November of 1951. Kenneth, David, and Danny Klein went to play at a park mere blocks from their home, but they never... Read More

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