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July 2019

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published July 2019.

Book Review

Pearls

by Michele Sharpe

Full of positive messages about women and aging, "Pearls" is an upbeat collection of folk wisdom. Retired sociologist Dot Nuechterlein’s "Pearls" gathers personal testimonies on aging from over eighty women; the book represents over... Read More

Book Review

By the Tale of the Dragonfly

by Mari Carlson

In its inquisitive and positive accounts of world traveling, the historical novel "By the Tale of the Dragonfly" follows a former soldier living life on his own terms in the wake of WWII. In Vincent Hancock’s historical novel "By the... Read More

Book Review

Ghosts

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

The poems of "Ghosts" contain exacting imagery from the natural world, rich language, and a powerful sense of justice. Nancy L. Davis’s volume of poems, "Ghosts", traces the slim boundary between life and death, whether through nature,... Read More

Book Review

Do You like Snow?

by Rebecca Monterusso

The expressive picture book Do You Like Snow? encourages trying new things before writing them off. In Joanie Leopold’s picture book Do You Like Snow?, a little girl must change her mind so she can play with her friends. A little girl... Read More

Book Review

Beeble's Story

by Delia Stanley

Beeble’s Story is a sweet animal tale narrated by a sentimental and beloved horse. Jill Cawsey’s Beeble’s Story is a love letter to equine culture and to the relationships developed between horses and humans. Beeble and Praze are... Read More

Book Review

Legacy

by Edith Wairimu

"Legacy" is a moving historical novel in which a multiracial woman faces a bevy of challenges. In Carolyn Westergren’s compelling historical novel "Legacy", a woman of mixed ancestry struggles to establish herself in an era that’s... Read More

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