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Reviews of Books Priced $13.95

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $13.95.

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Skull and Pestle

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

"Skull and Pestle", edited by Kate Wolford, gathers seven short stories that revive Baba Yaga’s legend, alternately retelling her original tale or transporting her through time and space to unexpected places. Women find Baba Yaga in... Read More

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Crude Angel

by Matt Sutherland

Angels, however crude, fear a few places, according to E. M. Foster, but the same cannot be said of poets. Boundlessly curious, no subject is off limits for bards like Suzanne Cleary to tread. New Yorker Cleary earned her Pushcart Prize... Read More

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Jackson's Story

by Carol Davala

Jackson’s Story is a gentle, insightful story with a valuable lesson for any family considering pet adoption. Elizabeth Baker’s Jackson’s Story is a heartwarming picture book in which a frisky pup experiences kindness, then neglect... Read More

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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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Bear's Tooth

by Peter Dabbene

Bear’s Tooth 1: Max, a graphic novel by Yann and Alain Henriet, is the first of three books so far that tell the story of three childhood friends whose fates will be linked as adults throughout World War II. Translated from the... Read More

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Georgette, Where Are You?

by Jeremiah Rood

Reflecting a range of subjects and styles, "Georgette, Where Are You?" offers insights into faith and love. Charlotte Poteet’s "Georgette, Where Are You?" collects fresh, inspirational stories that are crafted from a mixture of... Read More

Book Review

Troll

by Angela McQuay

"Troll" is a fast-paced psychological thriller about what we choose to pursue and what we leave behind. Fortune made his livelihood in international banking; his determined focus on his career left his personal life in ruins. He... Read More

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