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Reviews of Books with 78 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 78 pages.

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How Dams Fall

by Barry Silverstein

Will Falk’s touching ode to a major ecosystem "How Dams Fall" personifies the Colorado River. This essay-length book has a big goal: to dramatize the plight of the Colorado River in its fight against human intervention. Falk, who... Read More

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Stories from Squirrel Hill

by Karen Rigby

This elegantly designed softcover gathers timeless tales set in an idyllic setting where roaming is possible. Paul Sleman Clark’s "Stories from Squirrel Hill" gathers six lighthearted adventures for chapter book readers, using charmed... Read More

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ceciliadincetate@mysoul.com

by Mya Alexice

Cecilia Cetateanu’s atmospheric, concrete verses are comfortable in their own ambiguity, beats, and style. Cecilia Cetateanu’s rhythmic, dynamic poetry collection is atmospheric and spiritual, delving into broad, metaphysical... Read More

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Call in Well

by Edith Wairimu

The clever children’s poetry collection "Call in Well" explores its themes through creative and fun-filled lines. Timothy Orley’s disarming children’s poetry collection "Call in Well" is accentuated by delightful characters and... Read More

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Abundant Life and Loving God

by Jeff Friend

With an open, friendly tone, Wander challenges his fellow Christians to develop a deeper relationship with God. In "Abundant Life and Loving God", Greg Wander passionately challenges Christians to focus on developing a deeper... Read More

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The Bubble Kids

by Sarah Stewart

"The Bubble Kids" adds much-needed context to lives that could very well parallel those featured in blood-soaked headlines. A compelling and hopeful young adult novel that reinforces the universality of the bonds of friendship, love, and... Read More

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Taxed Out

by John Senger

Well organized and written, "Taxed Out" lays out a plan for abolishing the income tax. "Taxed Out", by the father-and-son duo Donald S. Chambers and Curtis W. Chambers, is an innovative analysis of the federal income tax with a subtitle... Read More

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The Light Changes

by Olivia Boler

The poet’s expressive talents are far ranging, varying in word play and mood. Deeply personal and dark, the poems in Amy Billone’s debut collection, "The Light Changes", work best read together, for their meaning is illuminated in... Read More

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