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Reviews of Books with 158 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 158 pages.

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World Without Limit

by Aimee Jodoin

"World Without Limit" is a memoir about achieving maximum satisfaction despite constraints. Alexander Andron’s wise and detailed memoir "World Without Limit" is about overcoming perceived limitations. Andron, diagnosed with early-onset... Read More

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Kids Get Rich

by Charlene Oldham

Taking an incremental approach to introducing personal finance techniques to children, this book is a useful starter guide to financial stability. Major financial institution veterans Gina and George Plytas’s "Kids Get Rich" focuses on... Read More

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The Magnificent Mind-Set Man

by Delia Stanley

Self-help, science fiction, and Christian themes weave together among this novel’s breathtaking settings. Russell D. Hamblin’s "The Magnificent Mind-Set Man" explores faith and self-reflection through the lens of an everyman who... Read More

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Joshua's Journey

by Carol Davala

This is a well-crafted introduction to the realities of racial prejudice. Judith Dempsey’s powerful and inspiring Joshua’s Journey chronicles the life of a young black boy born at the end of the Civil War. He learns the value of... Read More

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