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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

Today Sardines Are Not for Sale

by Jeff Fleischer

On Mother’s Day in 1942, a corner shop in Occupied Paris became the site of a memorable protest. At a time when collaborationist, government-enforced rationing and hunger were rampant, an organized group of women stormed that shop, and... Read More

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The Long Table Cookbook

by Jessie Horness

Understanding food as nourishment for mind, body, and soul, Amy Symington’s "The Long Table Cookbook" is a guide to plant-based cooking meant to be enjoyed together. Emphasizing both the physical benefits of plant-based recipes and the... Read More

Book Review

The Clutter Remedy

by Meg Nola

Marla Stone’s "The Clutter Remedy" approaches the issue of possessions that overwhelm people’s lives in cohesive and compassionate terms, addressing the root causes of clutter and suggesting holistic methods of emotional healing and... Read More

Book Review

The Wonder of Water

by Rachel Jagareski

The thought-provoking and scholarly chapters of "The Wonder of Water" reframe how we think about water. This interdisciplinary collection examines the developing field of water ethics, with ideas about realigning human relationships with... Read More

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Virtuoso

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Haunted and haunting, Yelena Moskovich’s "Virtuoso" shifts through gradients of the past and the present, capturing the tumult and change of the 1990s and early 2000s in Czechoslovakia, the US, and France. Told through multiple unique,... Read More

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