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September 27, 2016

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published September 27, 2016. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in September 2016.

Book Review

Pass The Pandowdy, Please

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Get ready to dine with some of history’s most intriguing men and women in Pass the Pandowdy, Please, a slice of history centered around the table manners and cuisine preferences of over a dozen notable adventurers, artists, founding... Read More

Book Review

Jerusalem, 1000-1400

by Michelle Anne Schingler

A celebratory spirit pervades the collection, which positions Jerusalem as a center of medieval hopes. Against astounding contemporary arguments that Jerusalem does not represent shared the history of a bevy of religions and cultures... Read More

Book Review

My Mega Monsterpedia

by Catherine Reed-Thureson

"My Mega Monsterpedia" is a clever and amusing look at everyday fears and annoyances and the monsters that cause them. Aimed at children ages six and up, the book gives children a way to name and then manage their fears while at the same... Read More

Book Review

Knitter's Know-How

by Sarah E. White

Finishing a knitting project well is key to having it turn out the way the knitter really wants. Without good planning from the beginning and the proper choice of finishing techniques, such as seaming, edging, placing buttonholes, and... Read More

Book Review

The Sheriffs of Savage Wells

by Claire Rudy Foster

Savage Wells, Wyoming, isn’t the easiest place to call home. Frontier beauty Paisley Bell would know. She’s the town’s acting sheriff, dispensing justice with one hand while she cares for her aging father with the other. She’s so... Read More

Book Review

Cluster of Lies

by Meredith Hardwicke

This is a boisterous mystery with an intellectual backbone. "Cluster of Lies" by Samuel Marquis is an entertaining and unpredictable thriller that kick-starts and shows no signs of slowing. Young boys from the same Colorado neighborhood... Read More

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