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Reviews of Books with 64 Pages

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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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The Essential Dorothy Roberts

by Peter Dabbene

This is an excellent entry into the work of a respected poet. "The Essential Dorothy Roberts" is a subtle and graceful poetry collection. Roberts, who died in 1993, came from a family of poets and was encouraged to follow in their... Read More

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Lunch-Hour Embroidery

by Sarah White

Embroiderers of all skill levels will be inspired by the book’s easy designs, and will be delighted to see how to complete many simple projects in the pockets of time they find throughout the day. "Lunch-Hour Embroidery" from... Read More

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Sweet Butter Tea

by Matt Sutherland

Born in Tibet, loses parents, aunt ships him off to a monastery, China exiles him to India where he decides to sing, rap, act, and write in the hills of Dharamsala. Ho hum, Ten Phun, get back to us when you have something to write about.... Read More

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