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November 1, 2015

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published November 1, 2015. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in November 2015.

Book Review

Wild Eggs

by Catherine Reed-Thureson

"Wild Eggs" tells the story of Akuluk, a young girl visiting her grandparents in the Arctic north. She is sure that the trip will be boring, but finds that her grandparents have a lot to teach her when she goes to gather wild eggs with... Read More

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The Temple of Paris

by Rebecca Foster

A teen on a lifesaving mission is at the center of this rollicking European adventure novel. "The Temple of Paris", the second volume in Laura DeBruce’s Quicksilver Legacy trilogy, is a fast-paced fantasy adventure novel with plenty of... Read More

Book Review

Crossing the Boundary

by Kristine Morris

During the 1960s, many Jews began immersing themselves in Buddhism, Shamanism, Sufism, Hinduism, yoga, Christianity, Taoism, witchcraft, among other traditions.. In "Crossing the Boundary", author and licensed psychotherapist Alan Levin... Read More

Book Review

Paris, Modigliani & Me

by Stephanie Bucklin

Eighteen-year-old Julie finds love, mystery, and adventure when she moves to Paris the summer after graduation to take a job as a nanny. Still recovering from her painful rejection from the Art Institute of Chicago, Julie soon becomes... Read More

Book Review

Love & Vodka

by Thomas BeVier

So Bobby from Dearborn in Michigan and Katya from Dnipropetrovsk in Ukraine (“never the Ukraine,” she scolded) meet on the E.T. ride at Universal Studios Hollywood theme park, flirt for an hour or so, exchange email addresses, say... Read More

Book Review

You Look Yummy!

by Catherine Reed-Thureson

A baby Ankylosaurus, born alone in the midst of a volcano, encounters a Tyrannosaurus Rex and assumes that the giant predator is his father. In this sweet story, the two dinosaurs form a bond that illustrates the true meaning of family... Read More

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