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Reviews of Books with 60 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 60 pages.

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I Am the Subway

by Danielle Ballantyne

A bestselling Korean picture book is translated to bring this entrancing tale of “the unique lives of strangers you might never meet again” to a new audience. Told from the perspective of the Seoul subway, the story peels back layers... Read More

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The Small Book of Light

by Kristine Morris

This encouraging and spiritual self-help book encourages people to effect change in the world around them. Vicky Weston’s encouraging spiritual self-help guide "The Small Book of Light" is directed at those who yearn to make a... Read More

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by Carol Davala

"Rabbi-Pyt" is an entertaining children’s book with a positive premise. In Galina Fidler’s inviting children’s picture book "Rabbi-Pyt", an unlikely friendship develops between a rabbit and a python. They work together to solve a... Read More

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by Catherine Thureson

Those who know and love dogs, particularly Labradoodles, will likely find something here to enjoy. Milly is the beloved Labradoodle of Mary and Capt’n Bob. In Milly: My Life as a Labradoodle, Robert Belenky presents five short stories... Read More

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by Sara Budzik

"Nickerbacher" is a playful, joyful story with a timeless, powerful message: be yourself and speak from your heart. Terry John Barto’s "Nickerbacher" is an updated fairy tale about a friendly dragon guarding a princess that encourages... Read More

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Another Side of Thoughts

by Margaret Fedder

These poems are haunting, with a blend of ferocity and obscurity. In his collection "Another Side of Thoughts", Anders Wennerstrom explores themes related to time and gender. This slim volume of poems occupies space somewhere between the... Read More

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