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Reviews of Books with 62 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 62 pages.

Book Review

The Loss of Innocence

by Peter Dabbene

Anna’s intimate poetry collection "The Loss of Innocence" is full of personal turmoil, reflection, and salvation. The semi-anonymity of the book’s authorship is critical to understanding its blunt and honest poems. They express... Read More

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Jamylah and the Giants

by Aimee Jodoin

"Jamylah and the Giants" is an imaginative illustrated story in which a young girl is charged with restoring an ancient civilization. Adrian Brooks Collins’s encouraging and engaging "Jamylah and the Giants" teaches compassion,... Read More

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by Shana Creaney

"Philosophy" is a casual discourse that addresses human nature from a personal perspective. Rahmel Garner’s discourse "Philosophy" questions the essence of human nature and proposes the influence of the devil on human beings’... Read More

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Oh Susannah

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

This book addresses relevant childhood concerns in a thoughtful and sensitive manner while maintaining a sense of fun. Sleepovers can be fun, exciting, and anticipated with delight … unless your name is Susannah and you are fairly... Read More

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A Spiritual Dog

by Kristine Morris

Porter shows how much fun the give-and-take between a beloved pet and a family can be. A Spiritual Dog: “Bear“ is J. Wesley Porter’s tender story about a father with two young sons and the adorable, energetic puppy they adopt from... Read More

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