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Reviews of Books with 176 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 176 pages.

Book Review

Stella

by Karen Rigby

In McCall Hoyle’s endearing novel "Stella", a beagle searches for redemption—and her human being. Stella is a service dog who failed to sniff out an explosive at an airport. She feels guilt because her handler suffered in the... Read More

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In the Company of Men

by Tanisha Rule

In Véronique Tadjo’s literary novel "In the Company of Men", a community goes to battle against Ebola. Two boys wander into the woods to hunt; they come come home proud to prepare and eat the animals they’ve ensnared. But within... Read More

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To the Mountain

by John M. Murray

In Erik Raschke’s lean, taut novel "To the Mountain", a father races to find his lost autistic son during a blizzard. In a remote juvenile center in Colorado, twelve-year-old Marshall endures bullying, overzealous staff members, and... Read More

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Dune

by Peter Dabbene

The first part of Frank Herbert’s seminal science fiction work is adapted in the faithful, dazzling graphic novel "Dune". Dune tells the story of Paul Atreides, whose father, Duke Leto Atreides, has just been awarded ministry of the... Read More

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Authentic You.

by Ashley Holstrom

Achea Redd’s "Authentic You." is a cute welcome-to-adolescence guidebook that’s perfect for girls who are learning to navigate the mental and emotional changes of growing up. In her own youth, Redd’s experiences as a Black... Read More

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