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Reviews of Books Priced $17.99

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $17.99.

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The Leaf Thief

by Michelle Anne Schingler

A cozy squirrel becomes frantic when he determines that one of the leaves in his bright canopy has gone missing. Eyes wide, he jumps from spot to spot, asking the other animals if they know who the thief is; the answer is more seasonal,... Read More

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Marty

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Marty, a curious green Martian, observes human beings from a safe distance, donning costumes to blend in. But hiding who you are leads to a lonely existence, as Marty soon learns—though attention because he’s different isn’t... Read More

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Hang On, Let Go

by Jeremiah Rood

Frank Viola’s book Hang On, Let Go, is about infusing one’s Christian spirituality with real guts. Viola draws on the tough-minded perspective of the New Testament’s James in his efforts to inspire people during hard times. When... Read More

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Storm Dragon

by Michelle Anne Schingler

For an Einstein-haired grandfather and a child in galoshes, a seaside storm represents an opening for play acting. Against a smudged landscape that’s enlivened by sweeps of color, the pair, armed with trowels and noise-making items,... Read More

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The Perfect Plan

by Danielle Ballantyne

The beauty and mystery of the forest invites and enchants in this story about how working together can create something more beautiful than anyone could accomplish alone. Maya has meticulously planned out her tree fort, but she runs into... Read More

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Abuelita Faith

by Meg Nola

"Abuelita Faith" is a passionate study of the role that marginalized women play in promoting religious values. Citing their “wisdom, persistence, and strength,” it notes the moral resilience of women, and how their modest homes often... Read More

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It Could Be Worse

by Michelle Anne Schingler

As if being stuck on a broken bit of ship isn’t bad enough: Albertini is lost at sea with George, the most optimistic castaway in history. George is unfazed by mermaids’ earworms, fish waste falling from the sky, and rain clouds... Read More

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