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March 1, 2014

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published March 1, 2014. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in March 2014.

Book Review

Larry and Friends

by Aimee Jodoin

Nat Jaspar and Carla Torres teach children about different cultures with their gorgeous, exciting book while avoiding the common children’s book pitfalls of relying on stereotypes and condescending kids. Jaspar’s fun, informative... Read More

Book Review

The NICE Reboot

by Barry Silverstein

Penina Rybak is not your typical entrepreneur— she’s a “child-centric behaviorist.” "The NICE Reboot" is not your typical book for entrepreneurs, either—it very directly targets female entrepreneurs. Rybak celebrates females... Read More

Book Review

An Absent Mind

by Nancy Walker

Rill’s brilliant novel about Alzheimer’s is so well-crafted, the fully-human characters seem real. In his brilliant third novel, "An Absent Mind", Eric Rill chronicles the devastating decline of a man with Alzheimer’s and how each... Read More

Book Review

Little Ravens

by Dindy Yokel

Bardessono populates a facility for the developmentally disabled with well-drawn characters in this heartfelt novel. "Little Ravens" is the follow-up to Frank Bardessono’s debut novel, The Kindness of Ravens. Set in the nineties,... Read More

Book Review

Lemonade Revealed

by Trina Carter

This unique coming-of-age fable blends the philosophical and metaphysical in a search for truth. Few have pulled off writing a book that seeks to be both fiction and nonfiction, and even The Alchemist gets placed in the pseudo-spiritual... Read More

Book Review

Being Me with OCD

by Jason Henninger

This book offers young people a candid, compassionate view of an often-misunderstood problem. People often joke about obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), as if it were little more than a funny quirk. “I’m so OCD!” people say about... Read More

Book Review

After Auschwitz

by Jeff Fleischer

An intimate and real portrayal of memory loss tells the story of an imperfect love maintained through mutual caretaking. Brenda Webster’s novel "After Auschwitz" is subtitled “A Love Story,” and it is often a melancholy one.... Read More

Book Review

Jacob's New Dress

by Aimee Jodoin

Jacob loves dinosaurs, trucks, pirates, playing tag—and wearing dresses. When the other boys at school begin teasing him, Jacob decides to take a stand. Cute illustrations and realistic dialogue convey the struggles of this proud,... Read More

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