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February 2011

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published February 2011.

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Tiger Questions U?

by Peter Dabbene

The reading workbook market for young children is saturated with licensed properties and familiar corporate characters plugged into standard boilerplate templates, so an independently published reading workbook is fairly unique. Dee... Read More

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Eric and the Mystical Bear

by Heather Seggel

Throughout the first two volumes of the Vimp the Viking trilogy, Eric Bignose has been the strongest of the young group of Vikings, a capable shipbuilder, and a sailor without whom the group’s adventures may well have come to an early... Read More

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Self-Esteem: A Primer

by Margaret Cullison

Psychotherapists try to help people correct negative behavior patterns, but treatment can take years of diligent work by both patient and therapist. Yehuda Lieberman, a practicing psychotherapist, concentrates on examining the causes... Read More

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Wingnut

by Angela Leeper

Loosely based on Lindsay Baker’s own childhood in Christchurch, New Zealand, in the early 1960s, this lighthearted, debut chapter book features an unnamed, typical ten-year-old boy who narrates the story and enjoys playing pranks on... Read More

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The Essential Richard Outram

by Peter Dabbene

Richard Outram is not a familiar name to most, and with the exception of a small handful of poets who have broken through to the mass consciousness, poets generally toil in obscurity for years, often working other jobs to support... Read More

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La Tartine Gourmande

by Lee E. Cart

Food photographer and award-winning blogger Béatrice Peltre brings together a delicious array of recipes in her cookbook, La Tartine Gourmande. Based on her blog by the same name, Peltre’s book is a lovely blend of personal... Read More

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The Search for Johnny Nicholas

by Lightsey Darst

Jean Marcel Nicholas, or Johnny Nicholas, left a haze of contradictory stories behind him. What’s known for certain is that he was born in Haiti in 1918, arrested by the Gestapo in Paris in 1943, and served as a slave laborer and then... Read More

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