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Reviews of Books with 88 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 88 pages.

Book Review

The Acadia Files

by Catherine Thureson

"The Acadia Files" introduces kids to science via the readily observable principles and easy-to-reproduce experiments of its precocious and endlessly curious lead character, Acadia, who’s enjoying the summer before she enters fifth... Read More

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Radioapocrypha

by Matt Sutherland

Ooooh, baby, the gloves are off. In "Radioapocrypha", BK Fischer has done imagined Jesus Christ as a buff chemistry teacher in Maryland in 1989. Does she not fear bolts of lightning? The author of two other superb collections, Mutiny... Read More

Book Review

Commodore

by Matt Sutherland

Jacqueline Waters is practiced at the velvet glove-iron fist approach to poetry, at times finessing or obscuring the poem’s impact so that when it lands, the force is staggering. Her poetry has appeared in Harper’s, Chicago Review,... Read More

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Streak of Chalk

by Peter Dabbene

"Streak of Chalk" stands as a stunning example of the unique potential of graphic novels. NBM brings a classic work back to print, with Spanish creator Miguelanxo Prado’s masterful graphic novel "Streak of Chalk". Originally published... Read More

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