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Reviews of Books Priced $9.99

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $9.99.

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Hello Up There!

by Kristine Morris

"Hello Up There!" is an affirming picture book in which a physically disabled boy learns that he can’t be stopped from having rich life experiences. In Judi Buenaflor’s warm picture book "Hello Up There!", a friendly giraffe teaches... Read More

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Minu and Her Hair

by Michelle Anne Schingler

In this story that encourages self-acceptance, a frustrated girl with untameable type 4 curls goes to her grandfather in despair, asking why she’s the only one with hair like hers. He assures her that she is not, in fact, alone: many... Read More

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The Fugitive Colours

by Wendy Hinman

Nancy Bilyeau’s "The Fugitive Colours" is a suspenseful novel set within the London art world of the 1760s. In Spitalfields, amid London’s Huguenot community, entrepreneur Genevieve struggles to keep her silk design business going.... Read More

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Rode

by Aimee Jodoin

"Rode" is a moving existential novel about personal identity and human connections. In J. Adams’s coming-of-age novel "Rode", a young man leaves the Southwest to explore his sexuality and to search for meaning. In the 1990s,... Read More

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Daddy Goes to Work

by Tanisha Rule

"Daddy Goes to Work" is a comforting picture book that acknowledges the melancholy of a caregiver’s temporary absence. Arpan V. Shah’s picture book "Daddy Goes to Work" follows a father and his daughter through their easy weekday... Read More

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Superluminous

by Danielle Ballantyne

A welcoming palette of golden yellows and calming teals invites lingering over this story about claiming—and sharing—your personal “superpowers.” Nour was born with a literal glow, a gift she has always been proud of—until she... Read More

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Broken But Not Beaten So Can You

by Edith Wairimu

"Broken But Not Beaten So Can You" is a poignant novella in which a courageous woman survives impossible circumstances and works to help others. In Amanda Onwuka’s novella "Broken But Not Beaten So Can You", a Nigerian woman overcomes... Read More

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