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Reviews of Books with 344 Pages

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Creeples!

by Ho Lin

The middle grade fantasy "Creeples!" mixes heady scientific speculation with giddy fun. With a boisterous collision of magical science fiction and rowdy comedy, Patrick D. Pidgeon’s middle grade novel "Creeples!" begins on an ominous... Read More

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Savoir-Faire

by Rachel Jagareski

The French are acknowledged to have the world’s most elegant, sophisticated cuisine, but how did this reputation and style of cooking evolve? In "Savoir-Faire", Maryann Tebben teases out centuries of culinary history and its role in... Read More

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Api's Berlin Diaries

by Karen Rigby

As a record of post-war tribulation, Api’s Berlin Diaries is a poignant social history; as a search for an elusive, multifaceted grandfather, it’s a fascinating labyrinth. In her eloquent memoir, Api’s Berlin Diaries, Gabrielle... Read More

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Answer Creek

by Susan Waggoner

Ashley E. Sweeney’s novelization of the Donner Party fuses history, realism, and luminous prose. Ada is nineteen when she’s orphaned just after her wagon caravan leaves Missouri for California. Instead of turning back, Ada joins the... Read More

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The Chinese Lady

by Rachel Jagareski

Nancy E. Davis’s "The Chinese Lady" applies historical detective work to document the life of Afong Moy, who took an unusual journey through nineteenth-century America. It reveals much about the young United States, its view of other... Read More

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By the Feet of Men

by Jeff Fleischer

Grant Price’s "By the Feet of Men" takes place in a post-apocalyptic future. Part adventure tale, part dystopian novel, it’s an immersive story about survival and how the notion of the future keeps people going. Climate change and... Read More

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