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March 2011

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

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A Marked Heart

by C. William Gee

Determining one’s purpose in life is often difficult. In "A Marked Heart", David Ball recounts his lifelong struggle to make peace between his Christian upbringing and his desires for secular success and influence. Beginning with his... Read More

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Elvis Cream

by Gary Presley

Only in Muleshoe, Texas, could an incompetent clan of Elvis fanatics and rock-and-roll trivia experts who own a sewage treatment company need to connect with an Arabian sheik who looks like America’s number one enemy, Osama Al Osama.... Read More

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Teachers Matter

by Pamela Harris Kaiser

Marcus Winters’s proposal to revise how teachers are hired, rewarded, and retained will infuse the debate about educational reform with energy, if not consensus, making his book worth reading for those who care about America’s public... Read More

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Red Nova

by Mark G. McLaughlin

“Bisel was arrogant, obnoxious, and indifferent. And he was perfectly happy that he possessed all three of those attributes because he smiled when thinking of each and every one of them.” Such is the character of the admiral whose... Read More

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Life in a Jar

by Maria Siano

This gripping story of children’s quest for historical truth reads like a novel. In the educational and thought-provoking Life in a Jar: The Irena Sendler Project, Jack Mayer offers a history lesson, as well as a powerful life lesson... Read More

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