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Reviews of Books with 142 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 142 pages.

Book Review

A Mermaid's Journal

by Rebecca Monterusso

A Mermaid’s Journal is a sweet middle-grade fantasy in which mermaids live among us. In Melissa G. Goodmon’s middle-grade fantasy, A Mermaid’s Journal, a young mermaid writes about friendship, love, and being true to yourself.... Read More

Book Review

The Lightning Jar

by Michelle Anne Schingler

In Christian Felt’s eerie and wondrous "The Lightning Jar", an outwardly ordinary Swedish family’s history is plumbed for its most extraordinary dreams and aspirations. Amanda and Karl spend their summer perched on the edge of a... Read More

Book Review

My Peaceful Place

by Amanda Adams

An enjoyable short story and image collection, "My Peaceful Place" reminds us that no obstacle is too big to overcome with the right mindset. My Peaceful Place: A Collection of Stories and Pictures to Comfort and Heal by Renee Heiss is a... Read More

Book Review

A Garden Wall in Provence

by Hilary Daninhirsch

"A Garden Wall in Provence" is a pleasing romp through the countryside of France, complete with quirky neighbors and croissants. Carrie Jane Knowles’s "A Garden Wall in Provence" is an utterly charming novella about mothers and... Read More

Book Review

Dream Closet

by Matt Sutherland

Ah, the make-believe hideouts children create under beds, in closets and large cardboard boxes, etc.—tiny refuges for uninterrupted play, a secret rendezvous location to meet with imaginary playmates, or even a safe place to escape... Read More

Book Review

Play on Words

by Constance Augusta A. Zaber

This ambitious book full of politics, humor, and linguistics will fit nicely between copies of Walden and Catch-22. In Play on Words: A Grand Satire of Commercialization, Mike Harrison twists together a blueprint for a libertarian... Read More

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