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February 14, 2017

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published February 14, 2017. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in February 2017.

Book Review

A Time for Love

by Lillian Brown

"A Time for Love" is memorable for its genuine depiction of young and lasting love. Sabra Brown Steinsiek’s "A Time for Love" defies tropes and carves out a sweet niche in the vast romance genre. The fifth book in the Taylor’s Girls... Read More

Book Review

In Calabria

by Claire Rudy Foster

Fans of The Last Unicorn will recognize Peter S. Beagle’s signature style immediately in his new novel, In Calabria. Touching gently on themes of faith, mythology, and poetry, In Calabria is a modern fairy tale that shows what happens... Read More

Book Review

What Will Grow?

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Simple, lively rhymes and fold-out pages showcase a variety of crops as they grow from seed to plant, in Jennifer Ward’s "What Will Grow?" Spring and summer give way to fall and winter as Susie Ghahremani’s colorful illustrations... Read More

Book Review

Mountain Lines

by Michelle Anne Schingler

In this spirited account of a walk through the Alps, inspiration carries through. “One discovers a whole new level of solitude on the inside of a cloud five thousand miles from home,” writes Jonathan Arlan in "Mountain Lines", an... Read More

Book Review

Autumnal Heart

by Matt Sutherland

The gentle nudge to pause, listen, look for deeper meaning or humor—especially at the worst of times—is ever present in Sue Scalf’s poetry. But her blood runs plenty hot, and that opposition between the thoughtful and the... Read More

Book Review

Recruits

by Stephanie Bucklin

Twins Sean and Dillon Kirrell, age seventeen, have an unusual hobby: drawing a strange, otherworldly train station that came to them in a vision ten years ago. Soon a mysterious man named Carver appears, telling the Kirrell brothers that... Read More

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