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Reviews of Books with 256 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 256 pages.

Book Review

The Art of Reading

by Matt Sutherland

As props go, a vase of flowers or bowl of fruit may qualify as the painter’s favorite subject—excepting, of course, a portrait of the person paying the artist’s fee in advance. But artists throughout history have also shown a... Read More

Book Review

The Environment

by Barry Silverstein

Three academics delve into the history of the environment in the solidly researched, expertly written "The Environment". Though “the environment” is a term frequently bandied about by activists, scientists, and journalists, even its... Read More

Book Review

Paperback Crush

by Jaime Herndon

"Paperback Crush" by Gabrielle Moss is an immersive examination and commentary on teen and tween fiction from the 1980s and ‘90s. It’s sprinkled with personal opinions and memoir elements as well as interviews with authors like... Read More

Book Review

Extra Helping

by Kristine Morris

The gift of a pot of hot, nourishing soup; a loaf of bread still warm from the oven; a salad of bright, crisp greens; or a rich chocolate pudding says “I care” in a way that words cannot. Written for those for whom cooking is an act... Read More

Book Review

Squint

by Susan Waggoner

Chad Morris and Shelly Brown’s "Squint" pulls off the seemingly impossible: it is an empathy-building novel with a message that’s fun to read. Thirteen-year-old Flint lives with his grandparents and wears special glasses that don’t... Read More

Book Review

Dragon's Shadow

by Charlene Oldham

Dragon’s Shadow is an engaging fantasy that tackles real-world young adult challenges. Allison Morse’s fantasy Dragon’s Shadow moves between modern America and an alternate land, Hamadriad, where one teenager must go to face her... Read More

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