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April 2018

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published April 2018.

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Charlie's Kid

by Mari Carlson

Honest and unvarnished, Charlie’s Kid is a story in the best sense of the word, pulsing with lessons born from difficult experiences and told out of love, not for glory. From sea to shining sea, and from crushing to smile-inducing,... Read More

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Betty Saves the Mob

by Tia Smith

"Betty Saves the Mob" is a lushly illustrated, high-tension picture book. In Kira Brettschneider’s dark and unique picture book "Betty Saves the Mob", Betty is a brave sheep. The farmers rarely check on her mob, as they have abundance... Read More

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ceciliadincetate@mysoul.com

by Mya Alexice

Cecilia Cetateanu’s atmospheric, concrete verses are comfortable in their own ambiguity, beats, and style. Cecilia Cetateanu’s rhythmic, dynamic poetry collection is atmospheric and spiritual, delving into broad, metaphysical... Read More

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A Network Exposed

by John M. Murray

"A Network Exposed" is a slow-moving but engaging cops-versus-criminals epic. Bo Wagoner’s ambitious police procedural thriller, A Network Exposed: The Line Between Badges, finds a small group of law enforcement officers fighting a... Read More

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Pussninks

by Kelly Thunstrom

With its encouraging message, this picture book will appeal to young pet lovers. Norma Lindsay’s inspiring picture book "Pussninks" draws inspiration from a real-life three-legged cat; he may have a handicap, but that doesn’t stop... Read More

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An Abled Life

by Claire Foster

"An Abled Life" is an excellent, timely memoir about a lifelong illness, its consequences, and growing up with a disability in America’s golden era. The polio vaccine was patented in 1955. Eleven years earlier, Thomas C. Wilczewski was... Read More

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Monsterland Reanimated

by Anita Lock

A coming-of-age page-turner, "Monsterland Reanimated" puts a whole new spin on the world of good and evil. What started as an act of altruism turns into a horror of monstrous proportions in Michael Okon’s "Monsterland Reanimated". A... Read More

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