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Reviews of Books Priced $18.95

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $18.95.

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Beloved Mother

by Karen Rigby

Hunter’s unforgettable historical novel focuses on the circumstances that warp some personalities and strengthen others. Spirited and sorrowful, Laura Hunter’s "Beloved Mother" depicts the cruelties that shape generations in an... Read More

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Big Lonely Doug

by Barry Silverstein

The educational, engaging story of a single tree that became symbolic of environmental activism, "Big Lonely Doug" by Harley Rustad dramatizes the conflict between human consumption and the environment. The story revolves around a... Read More

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The Oasis This Time

by Barry Silverstein

Rebecca Lawton’s powerful and poetic "The Oasis This Time" celebrates water as a precious natural resource. Though its essays focus primarily on water in the western US, the book also explores humanity’s complex relationship with... Read More

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Hello, Stranger

by Aimee Jodoin

It’s impossible to see inside someone else’s mind to achieve true empathy, but Barbara Moran and Karl Williams’s "Hello, Stranger" comes close. Born in the early 1950s, Barbara Moran felt out of place and lonely for the first few... Read More

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Diana Dances

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Diana always feels bored and out of sorts. Her family, teachers, and doctors are worried about her perpetual despondence until a random melody inspires her to dance. Now able to express herself through music and movement, she finds new... Read More

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by Michelle Anne Schingler

Acclaimed First Nations writer Harold R. Johnson returns with "Clifford", a stirring family memoir and a tribute to Johnson’s beloved brother, whose funeral was the impetus for returning to their childhood home. Through wispy images of... Read More

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