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Reviews of Books with 120 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 120 pages.

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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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Prohibition Wine

by Karen Rigby

"Prohibition Wine" is a sincere biographical tribute to a grandmother’s sacrifices that’s set during a colorful time in American history. "Prohibition Wine" is Marian Leah Knapp’s compact, elegant biography of her grandmother, an... Read More

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Orphan Age

by Peter Dabbene

"Orphan Age" takes place twenty years after all of the adults in the world suddenly and mysteriously fell dead. Now, the surviving generation has inherited a society that’s struggling to keep the spark of liberty alive in the face of... Read More

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Rise Up

by Melissa Wuske

"Rise Up" is full of inspiring stories about young people who overcame the odds and realized their impossible dreams. With confidence that young people can change their lives and impact the world, this book introduces more than two dozen... Read More

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Sea of Stars

by Peter Dabbene

The tender tale of a father looking for his lost son is cast across an imaginative cosmic canvas in Sea of Stars Volume 1. Without anyone to watch his young son Kadyn, recently widowed space trucker Gil is forced to bring his boy on a... Read More

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Scattered Clouds

by Matt Sutherland

By avoiding cumbersome punctuation and the formality of capitalization, Reuben Jackson lullabies his way into treasured-voice status, quiet yet forceful. A jazz scholar and former curator with the Smithsonian’s Duke Ellington... Read More

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Belzebubs

by Peter Dabbene

JP Ahonen’s "Belzebubs" collects the eponymous webcomics. Ahonen is a Finnish cartoonist and former musician who previously drew and co-wrote the graphic novel Sing No Evil, which combined music and the supernatural. With "Belzebubs",... Read More

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