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Reviews of Books with 382 Pages

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by Barry Silverstein

David Mastran admits that the connotation of “privateer” is not always positive—but he is proud of being a privateer as he defines it: “a person who privatizes government programs, replacing government employees with... Read More

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Life in a Jar

by Maria Siano

This gripping story of children’s quest for historical truth reads like a novel. In the educational and thought-provoking Life in a Jar: The Irena Sendler Project, Jack Mayer offers a history lesson, as well as a powerful life lesson... Read More

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by Penny Hastings

Family mealtimes can be relaxing and enjoyable, but they can also be virtual battlefields. Parents, concerned that their children grow up healthy and strong, want to provide the wholesome food to make this happen. Yet, many children... Read More

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