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Reviews of Books Priced $16.99

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $16.99.

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Sarah’s Fall

by Jenna Jaureguy

"Sarah’s Fall" is a coming-of-age novel whose depictions of the special bonds formed between a group of childhood friends are absorbing. In Paula Riehle’s suspenseful novel "Sarah’s Fall", six teenagers’ lives are forever altered... Read More

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Benji's Doll

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Available in both Spanish and English versions, this updated take on a story of a boy who desperately wants a doll of his own eschews gendered judgments (Benji’s friends exhibit none) in favor of championing gentle play and making... Read More

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Circle Round

by Danielle Ballantyne

A cogent message of love and acceptance is portrayed through the spare language and delicate watercolor illustrations of this diverse picture book. Children playing in a park gradually join together to form a single playful “circle,”... Read More

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Feral Darling

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

Belief and doubt collide in "Feral Darling", a gory horror novel about zealotry and manhood. A young man is caught up in a timeless battle between good and evil in Ed Diamante’s supernatural horror novel "Feral Darling".... Read More

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Stars in Our Eyes

by Karen Rigby

"Stars in Our Eyes" is an eloquent memoir about family lives that were separated by violence. Lee Darby’s memoir "Stars in Our Eyes" is kaleidoscopic as it traces her midcentury childhood and her experiences of grief. Inspired by... Read More

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Comings and Goings

by Danielle Ballantyne

Alex is counting down the days until his summer vacation begins, when he will travel south all by himself to see his grandparents, aunt and uncle, and cousins. As he packs his bags, his extended family prepares for his arrival; their... Read More

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Crickets

by Delia Stanley

In Lee Chappel’s thriller "Crickets", a woman is forced to confront her past, whose threats stretch into the present. Kara fled Paige, Ohio, after she was raped by one of its prominent citizens. Her father’s sudden death forces her... Read More

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