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Reviews of Books with 64 Pages

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Everybody Counts

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Everyone has a story to tell or secret to keep in this one-of-a-kind counting, seek-and-find mystery. Ranging from representing zero to over a billion, the book’s clever illustrations highlight the figures to be counted in a rainbow of... Read More

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Rise before the Son

by Edith Wairimu

"Rise before the Son" is an affirming parenting title that explores family dynamics and guides mother-son relationships in single-parent families. In her uplifting parenting book "Rise before the Son", Jenieka L. Pearson offers insights... Read More

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Life's Encounters

by Edith Wairimu

Life’s Encounters is a swift memoir that preserves the experiences of a Christian missionary. Eve Axon’s memoir, Life’s Encounters, recounts her diverse globe-trotting missionary work with her husband. Axon was born in England... Read More

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Not My Idea

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

A child struggles to understand the violence and social injustice they see on the news and in the community around them in a timely story that addresses racism, civic responsibility, and the concept of whiteness. Mixed media collages and... Read More

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Moments to Ponder

by Barry Silverstein

Wisdom collected across a lifetime is shared in this brief and personal title. Robert Gesmundo’s entertaining and personal "Moments to Ponder" collects inspirational and humorous quotations. Compiled quotations, mostly from unknown... Read More

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The Essential John Reibetanz

by Peter Dabbene

Angled approaches, revealing inner character one carefully chosen word at a time, are a Reibetanz specialty. In the Porcupine Quill’s wonderful collection "The Essential John Reibetanz", exquisite poems focus on subjects both... Read More

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