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Reviews of Books with 141 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 141 pages.

Book Review

Hoof Prints in the Snow

by Cheryl Hibbard

In "Hoof Prints in the Snow", Jim Hawley, a horse rancher and emergency-room physician, presents a low-key, charming tale of a life spent in the ranching community of Wheatland, Wyoming, where the author lives. His narrator, country... Read More

Book Review

Transit

by Shoilee Khan

"Transit", by acclaimed French novelist and short story writer Abdourahman Waberi, is a timely and politically relevant novel. Originally published in French in 2003, it is his fourth book to be translated and re-released in English and... Read More

Book Review

Gardening Vertically

by Pamela Grath

The initial inspiration for Gardening Vertically: 24 Ideas for Creating Your Own Green Walls is the work of French research botanist Patrick Blanc. Blanc’s “green walls” are large-scale architectural landscapes and, as such, must... Read More

Book Review

Gratitude at Work

"Gratitude at Work" focuses on an important aspect of leadership that is often ignored. This is a book for the twenty-first century with fresh ideas on leadership and current examples of gratitude in action—and it’s about more than... Read More

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Anna's Blizzard

by Deborah Jesseman

Anna Vail, the heroine of this story of hardship, courage, and growing up on the Nebraska frontier, is eleven years old in the winter of 1888. She lives in a two-room sod house on a poor prairie farm with her mother, father, and little... Read More

Book Review

Mockers

by Christine Canfield

When a group of hippies settles on the outskirts of a small East Coast fishing village, creating their commune and drug-trafficking headquarters in an old farmhouse, one of the local sons is drawn into their fold and seemingly destroyed.... Read More

Book Review

Wow! I'm Reading!

by Tracy Fitzwater

Young children can’t wait to learn to read and write. The literacy activities in Hauser’s book will “make reading happen,” through a variety of activities. Written with kid appeal, the activities and games are presented by... Read More

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