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September 15, 2001

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published September 15, 2001. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in September 2001.

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Time's Fool

Galton Morrow is a prominent married Boston doctor with a thriving practice in the early 20th century. For all his success however he is consumed with questions about his parentage. His father and mother were acolytes of the utopian... Read More

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John Coltrane's Giant Steps

by Suzanne Wilson

Sitting in the audience listening to the performers limbering up before a concert can cause a listener great excitement and anticipation. Especially when the performers are a snowflake, a box, some raindrops, and a kitten. The author (a... Read More

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All on a Sleepy Night

by Carolyn Bailey

Strange night noises are transformed into a soothing lullaby in this bedtime book for the very young. A little boy shares a bed with Grandma, Grandpa, and two cats. As he drifts off to sleep, the sounds of the bedroom, the house, and the... Read More

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Where's Your Smile, Crocodile?

by Judi Oswald

A crocodile without a smile is not very happy! When Kyle the crocodile woke up one morning, his mother said, “Looks like you’ve lost your smile, Kyle. Why don’t you go out and play? You’ll soon find it again.” Off went Kyle... Read More

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Talk is cheap—unless you’re paying a therapist who says things like “I know how you feel.” The author, a psychologist, knows better than to make such a facile claim. He knows that “at the heart of a truly helpful, healing... Read More

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The Sexual Teachings of the White Tigress

by Dorothy Goepel

The history of Taoism is not clear-cut, nor is Taoism easily defined; however, it is widely accepted that Taoism originated in China as a blend of psychology and philosophy and later emerged as a religion in the first or fourth century... Read More

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How to Speak Shakespeare

“Speak the speech, I pray you, as I pronounced it to you, trippingly on the tongue. But if you mouth it, as many of our players do, I had as lief the town crier spoke my lines.” (Hamlet, III, ii, 1) These are Hamlet’s initial... Read More

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