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Reviews of Books with 192 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 192 pages.

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by Sarah White

"Winterland" is full of design advice for gardeners, meant to inspire them even beyond the growing season. Gardeners in northern climates know that the joy of summer represents a fraction of the year; accordingly, thought should be given... Read More

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All the Colors of Life

by Michelle Anne Schingler

This gorgeous illustrated book sings to every adult’s inner child. It pairs dreamlike art with trilling reminiscences of childhood joys and growing pains, painted in the vibrant colors of the wide, wild world. A girl settles on a stack... Read More

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Tink and Wendy

by Nancy Powell

In Kelly Ann Jacobson’s dark, contemporary retelling of Peter Pan, Tinker Bell’s unrequited love leads to bitter tragedy. Tink is a squatter at the abandoned Darling homestead. Peter Pan and Wendy are long dead, and Tink is a ghost... Read More

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Under the Rainbow

by Meredith Grahl Counts

"Under the Rainbow" is an amiable and elegant diary set during Covid-19 stay-at-home orders, when rainbows were displayed as a symbol of unity and appreciation with Britain’s National Health Services workers. James Attlee reports from... Read More

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The New Civil War

by Eileen Gonzalez

"The New Civil War" is a political science tract that’s aimed at helping conservative Americans shape the country’s future. Bruce D. Abramson presents a vision for America in "The New Civil War". The US, Abramson argues, is at a... Read More

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Into the Wind

by Hilary Daninhirsch

"Into the Wind" is a poignant novel about an unexpected, enriching friendship between a young boy and an elderly woman. Rusty lives with his family in a New England coastal town. During the summer before he enters sixth grade, he is in... Read More

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