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Reviews of Books with 304 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 304 pages.

Book Review

Mighty Justice

by Meg Nola

Dovey Johnson Roundtree’s powerful memoir "Mighty Justice" covers her devotion to legal, racial, and gender equality. Roundtree was born in 1914, and in her 104 years worked as both an attorney and a minister to fight for the rights of... Read More

Book Review

tawâw

by Eric Patterson

In his debut cookbook tawâw: Progressive Indigenous Cuisine, Chef Shane Chartrand works to “bring the beauty and artistry of his world to everybody.” As such, "tawâw" is not just a cookbook; it is “a collection of healing, of... Read More

Book Review

Trans+

by Eileen Gonzalez

Kathryn Gonzales and Karen Rayne’s accessible "Trans+" covers the challenges that transgender, nonbinary, and questioning teenagers and young adults are likely to face. "Trans+" is a guide through the joys and risks of coming out,... Read More

Book Review

Freeman's

by Michelle Anne Schingler

California—land of golden dreams, proud melting pot, home to both the poor and the unimaginably rich—is an amalgam. Her complexities are captured in the essays of Freeman’s: California, which reaches across time and cultures to... Read More

Book Review

Parkchester

by Eileen Gonzalez

A neighborhood in the East Bronx is the subject of "Parkchester", a fascinating study by former Parkchesterite Jeffrey S. Gurock. Built by Metropolitan Life Insurance Company in 1940, Parkchester at first served as an idyllic alternative... Read More

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