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Reviews of Books with 128 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 128 pages.

Book Review

Baltimore Lives

by Rachel Jagareski

"Baltimore Lives" collects 101 black-and-white portraits of residents of the city’s neglected neighborhoods by John Clark Mayden. As noted in the eloquent foreword, they show “the everyday beauty and pain of Black life in... Read More

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Thunderbolt

by Peter Dabbene

Wilfred Santiago’s graphic novel "Thunderbolt" adapts the story of the controversial nineteenth-century American abolitionist John Brown, who took up arms against proslavery forces in Kansas. His violent methods led some to praise him... Read More

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Saint Agnes’ Garden

by Shana Creaney

"Saint Agnes’ Garden" is a pleasant, quaint coming-of-age novel about relying on faith and learning to be okay with being less than perfect. In Diana Lynn Klueh’s short, sweet novel "Saint Agnes’ Garden", a young girl finds that... Read More

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The Tiny Journalist

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Written to honor youth activists Janna Jihad Ayyad and her cousin Ahed Tamimi, Naomi Shihab Nye’s "The Tiny Journalist" uses poetry to blend stories and speak truth to power about the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. Amid unfathomable... Read More

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Are You Afraid of the Dark Rum?

by Katie Asher

Sam Slaughter’s 90s-themed cocktail book "Are You Afraid of the Dark Rum?" is full of delicious drinks, nostalgia, and just the right amount of corny humor. Puns and plays-on-words are abundant in this book. It induces strong 90s... Read More

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