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March 12, 2019

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published March 12, 2019. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in March 2019.

Book Review

Drying Up

by Barry Silverstein

Unsettling and well-documented, John M. Dunn’s "Drying Up" dramatizes Florida’s impending water crisis. It is almost counterintuitive that supplying fresh water is a problem in Florida, long known for its lakes, springs, and... Read More

Book Review

Unashamed

by Kristine Morris

For LGBTQ Christians, especially those in evangelical churches, the decision to come out can mean being shunned, dismissed from church leadership or service positions, and made to feel eternally excluded from God’s love. Despite these... Read More

Book Review

Buying Gay

by Barry Silverstein

David K. Johnson’s "Buying Gay" is a compelling retrospective of physique magazines, which provided gay men with an outlet in the 1950s and 1960s. The “Physique Era” encompasses the rise and fall of physique magazines from 1951 to... Read More

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Putting on the Dog

by Matt Sutherland

The earth provides us with the resources we need to stay alive. Unfortunately, making use of those resources usually involves doing damage—to the animals we sacrifice for food and clothing, and through the environmental degradation we... Read More

Book Review

It's Just a Bunnypalooza

by Karen Rigby

It’s Just a Bunnypalooza champions the power of imagination to bring people together. Third in a series for three- to six-year-olds, It’s Just a Bunnypalooza sees Lizzy returning for a lesson on staying true to her instincts. Brenda... Read More

Book Review

Different

by Paige Van De Winkle

"Different" is an entertaining novel about a family growing closer through understanding and spirituality. In Datta Groover’s spiritual novel "Different", a family grapples with extraordinary truths about reincarnation. The novel tells... Read More

Book Review

All the Walls of Belfast

by Jeff Fleischer

At first, Sarah Carlson’s "All the Walls of Belfast" comes across as a solid variation of a meet-cute young adult romance, but Carlson’s story has even more going for it. The book and its two main characters grapple with the history... Read More

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