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September 15, 2013

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published September 15, 2013. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in September 2013.

Book Review

Slack Action

by Peter Dabbene

Donaldson’s words flow like they could only ever belong together, thoughtful and witty, entertaining and moving. Poetry is often characterized as thoughtful or humorous or entertaining, but it’s much less common for it to be marked... Read More

Book Review

Change

by Kristine Morris

Ilchi Lee’s latest work says we can all change the world by working on ourselves. In Change: Realizing Your Greatest Potential, Ilchi Lee, New York Times bestselling author of The Call of Sedona (2012), issues a call that places the... Read More

Book Review

Sound of a Train

by Jennifer Williams

Subtlety and the meaning imbued into objects and action plunge this narrative forward through a plot of pursuit. After worrying over her new vow of silence, Dan reassures his friend Loretta that she doesn’t always need words to talk.... Read More

Book Review

Why Do We Fight?

by Aimee Jodoin

By providing an understanding of how world conflicts develop and peace agreements emerge, this comprehensive book motivates youth to educate themselves rather than become frightened of the terrors they hear on the news. Kid-­friendly... Read More

Book Review

Eggplant Alley

by James Burt

This coming-of-age story, set in the Vietnam era, does not pander or condescend to young adults. A young Italian American comes of age in the Vietnam era, striving to find his place and peace of mind with his family and peers in a tough... Read More

Book Review

Trouble behind Glass Doors

by Jacquelyn Lazo

A balance of dark humor and a devastatingly sorrowful tone illumines the human condition in these elegiac poems. Appointed the first poet laureate of Missouri in 2008, Walter Bargen writes about humanity with a candidly chilling and... Read More

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