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Reviews of Books with 232 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 232 pages.

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McCay

by Peter Dabbene

Actual events from the life of famed cartoonist Winsor McCay are combined with fantasy and science fiction elements to create a unique hybrid in the graphic novel "McCay". Winsor McCay is revered among fans of comic strips, perhaps best... Read More

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Out of the Woods

by Barry Silverstein

In "Out of the Woods", Julia Corbett writes about nature and the environment around her with a sense of wonder but also a kind of self-reflective melancholy. She recognizes, for example, that despite seeing and hearing the birds in her... Read More

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Fire Song

by Catherine Thureson

Full of sorrow and longing, Adam Garnet Jones’s "Fire Song" is a beautifully written story about self-discovery and navigating the difficult path between dreams and responsibility. Shane is an Anishinaabe teenager from Ontario torn... Read More

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Outside Myself

by Catherine Thureson

In Kristen Witucki’s emotionally gripping novel, young Tallie struggles for self-acceptance against other people’s expectations and beliefs, particularly around her blindness. Meanwhile, Benjamin, who works in reader services at the... Read More

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Una storia d'amore!

by Katerie Prior

Italy has been called a dream that keeps returning; Wallis’s photographs make you never want to wake. In his photo travel book, Una storia d’amore, author and photographer Terence Wallis captures the aesthetically stunning road less... Read More

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