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Reviews of Books with 80 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 80 pages.

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A Piece of Cake

by Sarah White

This book is lovely, and inspiring and approachable for quilters of all skill levels who want something a little different. Buying bundles of small cuts of fabric makes it easy to coordinate a pieced project without stress, but for... Read More

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Color Pasadena

by Hannah Hohman

Fun and quirky, this book will make you think that Pasadena is your must-see next vacation spot. And who wouldn’t want to visit a place with such a unique history and iconic landmarks like the Rose Bowl. Yes, coloring on a Southern... Read More

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Letters from Limbo

by Matt Sutherland

Jeanne Marie Beaumont writes the sort of poetry that causes page-turning hands a split second of hesitation—oh, lord, what will we face next? Limbo, in these pages, has physical borders and a ministry of culture where Beaumont issues... Read More

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The Tornado is the World

by Matt Sutherland

With crystal, complete sentences of fully developed ideas, Catherine Pierce explores wreckage and destruction, and the sense of surprise one feels after surviving another day of modern existence. The author of two previous collections,... Read More

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Daughter, Daedalus

by Matt Sutherland

Motherhood weighs heavily on Alison D. Moncrief Bromage’s poetry, the wonders of conception, heredity, birth, child rearing, et al, seem at once burdensome and miraculous. And, of Daedalus, Greek myth man with all manner of inventive... Read More

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