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Portrait of the Son

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Though he lives in a mansion filled with grand works of art, a fortunate man considers his greatest treasure to be his son. The two go on imaginative adventures through the painted worlds, and his son grows up to be kind and brave. After... Read More

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Heart Medicine

by Melissa Wuske

Concerned with personal growth, Radhule Weininger’s empathetic and graceful book "Heart Medicine" is designed to help audiences break their harmful habits. People’s patterns can keep them from experiencing the lives they want,... Read More

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Disorder

by Ho Lin

Tender and tortured in equal measure, Amy Crider’s "Disorder" is a mystery that gradually reveals itself to be a perceptive character study. In a wintry upstate New York town, literature student Diana has gone missing, and her roommate... Read More

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Feet of the Nevis

by Randi Hacker

In the fantasy novel "Feet of the Nevis", brave people face a dark, sinister threat to their society. In Terrence Pershall’s novel "Feet of the Nevis", the citizens of a peaceful agrarian hamlet face a supernatural wolf-man and his... Read More

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Discomfortable

by Jeremiah Rood

A. J. Bond’s challenging self-help book "Discomfortable" suggests becoming comfortable with one’s shame. First examining what shame is, and how it impacts people’s lives, Bond mixes his own struggles into his work, including the... Read More

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Here Is a Body

by Karen Rigby

In Basma Abdel Aziz’s haunting novel about state oppression, "Here Is a Body", homeless youth are conscripted into a rehabilitation program sponsored by a general, while ordinary citizens, who oppose him, protest a recent coup. In this... Read More

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D Is for Drool

by Danielle Ballantyne

A bedtime story that flips the monster under the bed on its head, this whimsical alphabet book is a surefire hit. Ethan’s parents have told him to try counting sheep when he can’t sleep, but he prefers counting monsters. A parade of... Read More

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