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Reviews of Books with 246 Pages

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Unlocking Worlds

by Peter Dabbene

As a distillation of many years of reading, "Unlocking Worlds" provides valuable knowledge to anyone looking beyond the next Amazon recommendation for ideas. Sally Allen’s thoughtfully compiled Unlocking Worlds: A Reading Companion for... Read More

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Old Silk Road

by Scott Neuffer

A visionary novel of moral reckoning, destined to take its place among modern war classics. Afghanistan itself becomes an indelible character in Brandon Caro’s hard-hitting war novel, "Old Silk Road". It is an ancient land, eternally... Read More

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Get Reel

by Barry Silverstein

This intriguing book suggests ways to cope with media overload and addiction. Media expert Nancy Mramor Kajuth writes in "Get Reel" that “who you are is partially the product of television and other media.” Mramor Kajuth suggests... Read More

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The Sky Detective

by Kirsten Akens

An Iranian scientist, whose accomplishments include a presidential award and working for NASA, shares her enticing story. In "The Sky Detective", author Azadeh Tabazadeh tells an enticing story of growing up in, and escaping, Iran during... Read More

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Teaching Particulars

by Jacquelyn Lazo

After her forty years of teaching, Smith’s keen understanding of the literary canon makes her the perfect candidate to write this humorous and insightful book. “While there are differences in what students at each grade level respond... Read More

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Time Flight

by Aimee Jodoin

His mind perpetually drifting where his creativity and optimism take it, distracted Anthony one day follows a paper airplane into a portal that takes him into another universe. Like Alice in Wonderland, Anthony’s quick-changing,... Read More

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Two Kids

by Robin Farrell Edmunds

This delightful debut novel traces the relationship of two preteens through the awkwardness of middle school. A pair of middle school students slowly become friends over a year’s time, experiencing the highs and lows that life brings... Read More

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