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Reviews of Books with 264 Pages

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The Chesapeake in Focus

by Rachel Jagareski

Tom Pelton’s "The Chesapeake in Focus" introduces the complicated story of the region’s environmental restoration. The nation’s largest estuary straddles a wide swath of the eastern coastline, and is impacted by agricultural and... Read More

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Hug Chickenpenny

by Aimee Jodoin

With a fast pace and concise, humorous writing, "Hug Chickenpenny" is a unique and playful tale. S. Craig Zahler’s "Hug Chickenpenny" is curiously fun. An asymmetrically deformed baby boy is born one night in the huge, terrifying, and... Read More

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Mule Shoes to Santa Fe

by Susan Waggoner

"Mule Shoes to Santa Fe" is a sprightly, Christian-values-driven western. In the mid-nineteenth century, the thousand-mile-long Santa Fe Trail was one of North America’s main thoroughfares. In Jim L. Hickman’s sprightly,... Read More

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Portugal

by Peter Dabbene

Cyril Pedrosa transforms his personal experience of discovering family roots into a semi-autobiographical masterpiece, the award-winning graphic novel "Portugal". The fictionalized protagonist is Simon Muchat, who finds himself... Read More

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The Oceans

by Anna Call

Covering the inception of the earth to the modern day, "The Oceans" comprehensively describes the development and many epochs of the ocean. These include the major extinction events, the interaction between the oceans and planetary... Read More

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Eat Less Water

by Anna Call

Florencia Ramirez is a longtime water activist and educator with a profound appreciation for food and food production. In a quest to understand how farming can be less water-intensive, she interviewed a series of organic farmers and... Read More

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