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Reviews of Books Priced $12.99

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $12.99.

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Gareth Gets a Job

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

In the educational picture book "Gareth Gets a Job", a pup tests out the many jobs that he might perform, desperate to learn his purpose in life. In C. M. Harris’s inspirational picture book "Gareth Gets a Job", a ambitious, eager pup... Read More

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The Apology Box

by Aimee Jodoin

"The Apology Box" is a poignant young adult novel about redemption, community, and moving forward after life-altering mistakes. In Naomi Ulsted’s coming-of-age novel "The Apology Box", a sixteen-year-old girl works to recover from the... Read More

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Never Say I’m Sorry

by Katerie Prior

"Never Say I’m Sorry" is a self-help resource concerned with the development of good behaviors and practices. Samer G. Touma’s direct, enlightening self-help book "Never Say I’m Sorry" argues that a life of meaning begins with... Read More

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The Almost Queen

by Danielle Ballantyne

The fantasy novel "The Almost Queen" begins in the aftermath of eight years of war, when Aulen is soaked in blood. Terran comes to its throne having lost his entire family in the war. He most wants to forge peace, both between the... Read More

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OOF

by Eileen Gonzalez

"OOF" is a sly satire that imagines a world overrun by internet toxicity. In Strobe Witherspoon’s black comedy novel "OOF", a political satirist’s latest project sparks online outrage that leads to a real-world catastrophe. When... Read More

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Becoming a Democracy

by Wendy Hinman

"Becoming a Democracy" makes a timely, informed case for correcting the US’s electoral system. Kristin Eberhard’s "Becoming a Democracy" is a thorough, impartial reference text for those who hope to foster democracy in the United... Read More

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