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Reviews of Books Priced $11.95

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $11.95.

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The Gaps

by Ashley Holstrom

Leanne Hall’s exploratory novel "The Gaps" is about what it feels like to be left behind after tragedy strikes. When sixteen-year-old Yin is abducted, her community is rocked. Everyone at the elite Balmoral Ladies College is on edge as... Read More

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Valparthan Adventuress

by Delia Stanley

In the science fiction novel "Valparthan Adventuress", women from different planets dream of empowerment, but struggle to attain it. In Dale Shillito’s science fiction novel "Valparthan Adventuress", women scientists fight against... Read More

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The Math Kids

by Ho Lin

David Cole’s tale demonstrates how fun math can actually be. The Math Kids: An Incorrect Solution, the fifth book in David Cole’s middle grade mystery series, finds four math sleuths enter fifth grade and encounter fresh challenges... Read More

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Secrets

by Carolina Ciucci

"Secrets" is a sensational story about how swinging and espionage merged in the 1980s. With names changed to preserve anonymity, Zillary Zahn’s intriguing cultural history "Secrets" focuses on the possible role that swing parties... Read More

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The Math Kids

by Randi Hacker

In the entertaining middle grade mystery novel An Encrypted Clue, teamwork, brainwork, and generosity of spirit are fundamental to the solutions of more than just math problems. In David Cole’s chapter book An Encrypted Clue, a group... Read More

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This Is How We Change the Ending

by Tanisha Rule

Teenagers take charge in Vikki Wakefield’s coming of age tale, "This Is How We Change the Ending". Nate and his best mate Merrick take the scenic route home each day from school to avoid the local tough guys. The back roads make for a... Read More

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The Winter Sisters

by Karen Rigby

"The Winter Sisters" is an entertaining historical fantasy in which lives change and minds open. Tim Westover’s eccentric novel "The Winter Sisters", pits Hippocratic medicine against folk remedies with tall-tale flair. The story is... Read More

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