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Reviews of Books Priced $16.00

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $16.00.

Book Review

Gus Becomes a Big Brother

by Karen Rigby

This bighearted and eventful picture book concerns itself with how families cultivate love. Heather S. Lonczak’s picture book "Gus Becomes a Big Brother" clarifies the adoption process through an endearing canine family. Three-year-old... Read More

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My Friend Gideon

by Aimee Jodoin

"My Friend Gideon" is an educational picture book that suggests ways to take care of animals and the natural environment. Heather S. Lonczak’s "My Friend Gideon" is a sweet picture book about a girl’s love for an endangered frog.... Read More

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Penelope Windpipes

by Ian Dailey

"Penelope Windpipes" contains an important life lesson on the benefits of children controlling their tempers. In Heather S. Lonczak’s "Penelope Windpipes", a young girl discovers how different life can be when approached from a calm... Read More

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In Accelerated Silence

by Matt Sutherland

As the poet takes her own sweet hold of space-time, the Higgs field, electron clouds, fusion, and dark matter, she tethers the universe’s greatest mysteries to matters of the heart. A recipient of an Artist Trust Grant and a Centrum... Read More

Book Review

The Willies

by Matt Sutherland

“Finally, the poem I will not write.” With such an opener, Adam Falkner dares to let go of his debut collection. Most every image and sentiment to follow feels unburdening, like a rebirth. Falkner’s work has appeared on HBO, NBC,... Read More

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The Spinster Diaries

by Mari Carlson

In Gina Fattore’s (un)romantic comedy, "The Spinster Diaries", a Hollywood writer who shares the author’s name discovers that she’s ill. The novel’s Gina is an unemployed television producer when a cyst that’s pressing on her... Read More

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You've Got Something Coming

by Karen Rigby

One winter, Trucks, a damaged boxer in his forties, takes his deaf daughter, Claudia, out of a children’s home in Wisconsin. In Jonathan Starke’s You’ve Got Something Coming, they hitchhike west for a fresh start. This bittersweet... Read More

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