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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

Saturday's Child

by Aimee Jodoin

Children of sometimes difficult parents will find this clear-eyed and cathartic memoir to be sympathetic. More than a memoir, Deborah Burns’s Saturday’s Child is a tribute to her mother Dotty, a powerhouse of a woman whose role in... Read More

Book Review

The Banker and the Blackfoot

by Karl Helicher

The seemingly improbable friendship between Jack Cowdry, author J. Edward Chamberlin’s grandfather and a white rancher and banker, and Crop Eared Wolf, a warrior and Blackfoot chief, is recalled in the warm historical account, "The... Read More

Book Review

Something like Breathing

by Aimee Jodoin

On a remote island off the coast of Scotland, two young girls navigate the judgement of their peers and the adults in their lives. Angela Readman’s "Something like Breathing" pairs nuanced observations with an atmospheric setting to... Read More

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

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