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Reviews of Books with 232 Pages

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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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The Young Sailor

by Meredith Grahl Counts

A young man works through the excitement of courtships and travel in this appealing coming-of-age story. "The Young Sailor" by Al Cadondon is a novelization of a man’s life that looks back over mostly fond and romantic memories.... Read More

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806

by Catherine Thureson

KT has never known her father. Her mother says that her father left before she was born, but that is not exactly true. Her mother went to a sperm bank to become pregnant, and a brief search on a website intended to help connect the... Read More

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