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Reviews of Books with 72 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 72 pages.

Book Review

Bedtime for Bo

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Deep into twilight, imaginative Bo is enjoying himself too much to want to wind down and get ready for sleep. His mother makes him dinner and draws a bath; they exchange thoughts about all the ways that other animals doze. Oh-oh!: here... Read More

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The Weird Sisters

by Peter Dabbene

Three witches team up with their new neighbor to solve local mysteries in Mark David Smith’s illustrated chapter book "The Weird Sisters". Hildegurp, Yuckmina, and Glubbifer, along with their cat, Graymalkin, are planning a move to... Read More

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The Lone Sailboat

by Eileen Gonzalez

The political science tract "The Lone Sailboat" critiques contemporary America with vigor. In his political science book "The Lone Sailboat", Edward Korczynski explains his opinions on the issues affecting modern America. As Korczynski... Read More

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Infinity Closet

by Matt Sutherland

The author of Monster Colloquia and In the Herald of Improbable Misfortunes, Robert Campbell has twice been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. He earned an MFA in poetry from Murray State University and an MS in library science from the... Read More

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The Survival Expo

by Matt Sutherland

An associate professor of English at Rhodes College, Caki Wilkinson lives in Memphis, Tennessee. She is the author of two other collections, Circles Where the Head Should Be and The Wynona Stone Poems. STICK MAN SONG You were born... Read More

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