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July 18, 2017

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published July 18, 2017. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in July 2017.

Book Review

In My World

by Kelly Thunstrom

A strong rhyme scheme throughout the beautifully written "In My World" makes it ideal as a read-aloud. Young children are sure to love the pages of "In My World", which are filled with imaginative text by Chuck Aardema and whimsical... Read More

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What Goes Up

by Hannah Hohman

"What Goes Up" centers on Rosa and Eddie, two teenagers who apply to a NASA program. Only the very top of the top are going to get a coveted spot, and there is some particularly nasty competition on the way. Rosa and Eddie make it,... Read More

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The Point of a Gun

by Benjamin Welton

Force must meet force in this novel, where direct action by independent professionals is the only way to stop terrorism. "The Point of a Gun" is a dystopian thriller that could very easily happen, and soon. Steven W. Kohlhagen’s taut... Read More

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by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Simplifying the gospel message into a lively celebration for young people, Dandi Mackall’s Wow! The Good News in Four Words uses rhythmic verses and exclamations to explore themes of grace and salvation in a fun and memorable way.... Read More

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Nature and Necessity

by Karen Rigby

It’s not the ones who fight the hardest who survive, but the ones who learn to steer clear of fighting at all. In Tariq Goddard’s comedy of manners, "Nature and Necessity", Petula Montague rules her adult children as only a... Read More

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The Mourning Parade

by Susan Waggoner

Well-crafted and moving, this is a novel in which settings and feelings are both vividly portrayed. Grief, the seemingly impossible task of healing, and the bridge between animals and humans take center stage in Dawn Reno Langley’s... Read More

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