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July 1998

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published July 1998.

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The Stone Age News

by Josephine Arrowood

History, like institutional cooking, often is served up as a dry, bland casserole for the masses, full of nourishment, but lacking in piquancy or pizzazz. History as dished up by Candlewick Press spices the stew considerably with its... Read More

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The Viking News

by Josephine Arrowood

History, like institutional cooking, often is served up as a dry, bland casserole for the masses, full of nourishment, but lacking in piquancy or pizzazz. History as dished up by Candlewick Press spices the stew considerably with its... Read More

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Anita!

by Leigh Forrest

Who would have guessed that Anita Roddick, founder and CEO of The Body Shop cosmetic stores, once dressed in rags and chains and screamed at the top of her lungs for a school talent show? And won first prize? Anita! The Woman Behind the... Read More

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Dead Giveaways

by Dawn Farley

Andrew Donkin presents stories of real crimes and explains how each was solved through “amazing scientific evidence, personality profiling and paranormal investigations.” Brief, yet exciting accounts of about 50 actual crimes are... Read More

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Love at Midlife

by Sally Ketchum

Although he has experience as both a seminary graduate and a marriage counselor, author Richard Osing sticks to the secular in Love at Midlife. Indeed, it is chock full of brief, but detailed, case histories from his counseling. Some... Read More

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The Orchard

by Karen Wyckoff

With the gradual and gaining clarity of Drusilla Modjeska’s "The Orchard" comes the artfully honed definition of what a woman must risk in her pursuit of self. This restless need to grow into herself as she bears the compounding... Read More

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