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  2. Books Published November 1, 2012

November 1, 2012

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published November 1, 2012. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in November 2012.

Book Review

Make a Splash

A comprehensive, entertaining primer that focuses equally on water conservation and on how children learn and can act on their knowledge and interests. Former teacher Kaye provides a multitude of conservation approaches, including a... Read More

Book Review

Secret Terror in Wavelengths

by Emily Asad

In "Secret Terror in Wavelengths", by Janett Lee Wawrzyniak, a powerful alien captain named Nar wants to “stop all life” on Earth so his dimension can gain “complete control” over the other nine dimensions. His strategy hinges... Read More

Book Review

You Are Here

by Patty Comeau

Essays argue for good Canadian poetry, rather than poetry written for ideological or nationalist purposes. “The virtues of good critical reading,” writes James Pollock, are “openness, attentiveness, patience, critical... Read More

Book Review

Jens Jensen

by Jennifer Fandel

Jens Jensen (1860-1951) is considered one of America’s most distinguished landscape architects, known for his contributions to both the prairie style of landscape architecture and the land conservation movement. Perhaps best remembered... Read More

Book Review

Joshua's Key

by Emily Asad

H. Brading’s epic novel Joshua’s Key begins in the humble fishing village of Seaton, where Joshua and his father, Raymond, find themselves entangled in an adventure they’d have preferred to avoid. Kidnapped by Queen Amega of the... Read More

Book Review

Farms with a Future

by Jennifer Fandel

As a farmer and sustainable agriculture consultant, Rebecca Thistlethwaite understands how important it is to share information about small farmers who have redefined success, finding ways to sustain their families, their communities,... Read More

Book Review

To Love a Woman

by Elizabeth Millard

When it comes to desire, butterflies aren’t only in the stomach—they can also flutter quite strongly a few inches lower. For two characters in Fire’s "To Love a Woman", those butterflies are a constant presence, leading them to... Read More

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