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Reviews of Books Priced $30.00

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $30.00.

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by Eileen Gonzalez

In Estela González’s novel "Arribada", a terrible loss forces a Mexican family to reevaluate their lives. Mariana is her family’s great hope. She’s sent abroad to attend school and becomes a concert pianist. But after two family... Read More

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Saka Saka

by Karen Rigby

In "Saka Saka", Gabonese and French chef Anto Cocagne celebrates sub-Saharan African cuisine. The invigorating recipes, including for Baobab Crème Brûlée and Papaya Gazpacho, spotlight fresh, nourishing staples with creative... Read More

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Look to the Sun

by Aimee Jodoin

In Emmie Mears’s dystopian novel of political unrest "Look to the Sun", a book, a pocket watch, and an unknown history bring two individuals together to combat an oppressive government. As a political party called the National... Read More

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Life Lived Wild

by Wendy Hinman

In "Life Lived Wild", outdoorsman, writer, filmmaker, and conservationist Rick Ridgeway recounts his thrilling adventures in the world’s most remote regions. Ridgeway’s daring life is filled with newsworthy firsts. He was the first... Read More

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The Longest Story

by Melissa Wuske

Richard Girling’s "The Longest Story" is a social science examination of the relationships between humans and animals—a topic that’s seldom considered, but is close at hand and environmentally relevant. To varying degrees, human... Read More

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by Sarah White

"Winterland" is full of design advice for gardeners, meant to inspire them even beyond the growing season. Gardeners in northern climates know that the joy of summer represents a fraction of the year; accordingly, thought should be given... Read More

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Tropical Arctic

by Rachel Jagareski

Paleobotanists and geologists faced injury, stiff winds, polar bears, and arduous daily climbs in the summer of 2002 as they collected thousands of fossilized plants from the ancient supercontinent of Pangea’s tropics, now part of... Read More

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