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  2. Books Published September 8, 2009

September 8, 2009

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published September 8, 2009. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in September 2009.

Book Review

War in the Middle East

“Of all the tragedies the twenty-first century inherited from the twentieth,” writes veteran UPI reporter and NYT editor Hampton, “none is more complicated or poses a greater danger to the rest of the world than that of the Middle... Read More

Book Review

The Magician's Elephant

“We are always happy when people live, ain’t we?” says a woman to a young boy who is desperately searching for the elephant he believes will lead him to his long lost sister. The simplicity and relevance of this statement resonates... Read More

Book Review

The Gingerbread Pirates

by Heather Shaw

No springerle or Russian teacakes at Jim’s house-on Christmas Eve they make gingerbread pirate cookies for Santa. Now that’s a mom! Jim’s Pirate Cookie is terribly worried though: who is this Santa Claus who wants to eat his crew?... Read More

Book Review

31 Hours

“A wolf’s howl” of a winter wind awakens Carol in her Manhattan apartment. She senses that some-thing is terribly wrong with her twenty-one-year-old son, Jonas. Unable to shake that feeling of dread, she is sure that her son would... Read More

Book Review

Stitches

by Heather Shaw

This is the story of David Small from Detroit, Michigan. The action begins when he’s six, and the first words in the book are, “Mama had her little cough” No, she doesn’t have TB, she has the condition William Blake describes in... Read More