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Reviews of Books with 296 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 296 pages.

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Late Wonders

by Matt Sutherland

Not all poets are storytellers, not even close, but all of them wish they were, wish they had a better understanding of how words and images bind spells. Wesley McNair is the author of nine collections of stories in the shape of poems.... Read More

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Cherokee Earth Dwellers

by Kristine Morris

Christopher Teuton and Hastings Shade’s "Cherokee Earth Dwellers" makes traditional Cherokee wisdom, language, teachings, and culture accessible to all because it “is time for all to know.” Based on the work and teachings of the... Read More

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Night of the Living Rez

by Kristen Rabe

The discerning, masterful short stories in Morgan Talty’s "Night of the Living Rez" follow a Native community in Maine with power and precision. David, a Penobscot boy who grows up in a dysfunctional family on an isolated island... Read More

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Mobilize Food!

by Matt Benzing

Both a history book and an environmental analysis, "Mobilize Food!" suggests a compelling way forward through the examples of the past. Eleanor Boyle’s environmentally conscious book "Mobilize Food!" is a provocative call to arms for... Read More

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Misfire

by Eileen Gonzalez

Paul Miller-Melamed examines the origins of World War I in his historical survey "Misfire". Popular history suggests that World War I began when a Bosnian Serb, Gavrilo Princip, shot Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo in June of 1914.... Read More

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Hear & Beyond

by Aleena Ortiz

An inspirational and supportive guide for people with hearing loss, Hear & Beyond knowledgeably encourages self-advocacy. Shari Eberts and Gael Hannan’s self-help book Hear & Beyond models methods of self-determination for... Read More

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The Year without a Summer

by John M. Murray

Mixing a teenage romance with political and environmental commentary, The Year Without a Summer is an inspiring novel. In Arlene Mark’s novel The Year Without a Summer, two teenagers cultivate their empathy and global awareness while... Read More

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