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Reviews of Books with 116 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 116 pages.

Book Review

Nurturing Giftedness To Genius

by Melissa Wuske

Nurturing Giftedness to Genius gives school leaders a new blueprint for education that harnesses research to get results. Harry Giles’s Nurturing Giftedness to Genius introduces a groundbreaking approach to education that disrupts the... Read More

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Hickory Doc's Tales

by Catherine Thureson

The book offers a rich landscape to explore, one that will be new and appealing to many children. Linda Harkey’s Hickory Doc’s Tales is full of adventure and mischief relayed from the perspective of animals. Its stories are silly and... Read More

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Masks in the Tapestry

by Kristine Morris

Jean Lorrain is the pen name of Paul Alexandre Martin Duval (1855-1906), a French writer and journalist who, though he was one of the leading figures of the Decadent Movement, is remembered today mainly for his duel with Marcel Proust... Read More

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Holy Hodgepodge!

by Philip J. Kowalski

With its brilliant simplicity, "Holy Hodgepodge!" serves as a guide to a life of piety and sincerity. "Holy Hodgepodge!" by Paul E. Sago works to break through the mess surrounding organized Western religion, arguing that most people... Read More

Book Review

Free to Fly

by Amanda Adams

With its successful and balanced approach to human connection and spirituality, "Free to Fly" is compelling. "Free to Fly" by Jean Bisbey is a thought-provoking exploration of the deep philosophical questions that all people face, as... Read More

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