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March 5, 2013

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published March 5, 2013. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in March 2013.

Book Review

The Butterfly Lady

by Kristine Morris

At times poetic, and always redolent of the blues, "The Butterfly Lady" is a brilliant portrayal of the anguish of being a black, gay man in a world incapable of recognizing the humanity of one deemed an outsider. When the Butterfly... Read More

Book Review

People Training for Good Dogs

by Cheryl Hibbard

In "People Training for Good Dogs", former Massachusetts animal control officer Melissa Berryman presents a no-nonsense guide to what dog owners must know in order to develop the skills they need to successfully handle their dogs. Simply... Read More

Book Review

Little Peach Pit

by Beth VanHouten

"Little Peach Pit" tells the charming story of a peach pit battling adversity with dedication, hard work, and confidence. Grace Nava begins the tale with a farmer planting three seeds: an apple seed, a watermelon seed, and a peach pit.... Read More

Book Review

Belle's Challenge

by Lynn Evarts

As if moving from Illinois to New Mexico wasn’t challenge enough for Belle, a heeler that Darcy saved from abusive owners, she also discovers that there is no agility club in which she can compete. Darcy, Belle and her lab, Buster,... Read More

Book Review

The Prom Book

by Dindy Yokel

"The Prom Book" is no “dummies” guide, and first-time author Lauren Metz is a whip-smart, funny writer. Part keepsake, part journal, practical, and loaded with advice relevant today and for the readers’ future, "The Prom Book" is... Read More

Book Review

Cragbridge Hall

by Nancy Walker

Imagine what might happen if Harry Potter and Nancy Drew joined forces to save the planet. Meet twins Abby and Derick Cragbridge, seventh-grade grandchildren of famed inventor Oscar Cragbridge, whose super-exclusive boarding school is no... Read More

Book Review

Forced Journey

by Julia Ann Charpentier

Stories of people who suffered during World War II fill shelves of libraries and bookstores, yet readers never seem to lose interest in the most-innocent victims of global warfare—the children. Rosemary Zibart presents a touching... Read More

Book Review

This Close

by Amy O'Loughlin

Jessica Francis Kane’s second collection of short stories confronts identity, self-perception, and the struggle that besets the soul when we find ourselves lost in our own lives. Kane’s characters are not on any grand journey toward... Read More