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December 1, 2012

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

Book Review

Secrets of the Past

by Melissa Wuske

This complex tale with a dark atmosphere traces the ascent of the Nazis with peeks into class division. "Secrets of the Past", by Bernard Irving, weaves a dark tale of lives unraveling at the dawn of World War II. Albert and Mina... Read More

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Blowing Bubbles

by Carolyn Bailey

In "Blowing Bubbles", Kathleen Cherry’s text and Jill Quinn Babcock’s illustrations combine to portray, honestly and accurately, the uncertainty a child feels when a family member becomes seriously ill. Josh’s thrill-seeking... Read More

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Stunning Digital Photography

by John Senger

How to Create Stunning Digital Photography by award-winning photographer Tony Northrup is a tour de force attempt at packing an in-depth photography course into 222 pages. What’s more remarkable is that he pulls it off. The shelves of... Read More

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High Tide on Main Street

by James Burt

High Tide on Main Street: Rising Sea Level and the Coming of the Coastal Crisis addresses the topic of rising water levels worldwide based on climate change. While it’s presented in an easy-to-understand fashion that makes it... Read More

Book Review

On the Run

by Emily Asad

How many ways can a road trip go wrong? "On the Run", the second novel in The Phenomenon Trilogy, by Chris Raabe, is appropriately named. When four supernaturally gifted teens hit the road in a desperate attempt to avoid capture by the... Read More

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Starman Heart Stargirl

by J. G. Stinson

In "Starman Heart Stargirl", the third installment of the Sanctuary series, S.C. Williams delves into the continued adventures of a human family whose members have some major run-ins with powerful nonhumans. In the process, Christina... Read More

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Burton the Kind Scarecrow

by Lauren Kramer

"Burton the Kind Scarecrow" is a story about sharing and giving of oneself to others. To relay this message author V.A. Boeholt uses a lonesome scarecrow standing in a farmer’s field and watching over his garden. A protector of the... Read More

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