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Reviews of Books Priced $19.99

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $19.99.

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Window Above the Porch

by Joseph S. Pete

"Window Above the Porch" is a novel whose consideration of war is authentic and harrowing. Kevin Costanzi’s novel "Window Above the Porch" is a realistic, action-focused war story told with a wide and empathetic perspective. In the... Read More

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Solar System

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Beginning from the beginning—the Big Bang, to be precise—this gorgeous exploration of our solar system is replete with informative flaps, flip-up factoids, and beautiful collages depicting the colorful night sky and life planetside.... Read More

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The Time Travel Team

by Laura Leavitt

"The Time Travel Team" is an intricate middle grade fantasy that lauds inventiveness and science. Jordyn Hadden’s action-driven middle grade fantasy "The Time Travel Team" imparts lessons on the history of invention. Tyme Newton is one... Read More

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Black Indian

by Karl Helicher

In her memoir "Black Indian", Shonda Buchanan researches four generations of her family to uncover the brutalities that its women suffered from their husbands, boyfriends, and parents. It’s a dark legacy that shattered and, in some... Read More

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Conflict on the Yangtze

by Delia Stanley

"Conflict on the Yangtze" is fast-moving novel that’s full of exciting escapades. In Greg Kater’s historical novel "Conflict on the Yangtze", covert military missions involve drugs and politics. In post-World War II China, civil wars... Read More

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Down on the Farm

by Anitra Budd

"Down on the Farm" is a charming picture book depiction of farm life. Robert Incerti’s picture book "Down on the Farm" paints a picture of farm life as four horses face their possible replacement. Dobbin is one of four cart horses on... Read More

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Le Morte d'Arthur

by Shana Creaney

Le Morte d’Arthur underscores the heroics, drama, and majesty of the Arthurian legends without the complex, convoluted language often associated with them. Gerald J. Davis’s modernized translation of the Arthurian myth is Le Morte... Read More

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