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September 21, 2021

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published September 21, 2021. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in September 2021.

Book Review

Spider's New Friend

by Alex Dailey

The familiar picture book Spider’s New Friend imparts lessons about kindness and personal dedication. Dirdura Wynn’s picture book Spider’s New Friend delivers timeless lessons about persisting—and about choosing kindness over... Read More

Book Review

Delight in the Limelight

by Aimee Jodoin

"Delight in the Limelight" is an inspiring self-help book that recommends methods for transforming one’s fear into confidence. Public speaker and speaking coach Linda Ugelow’s self-help text "Delight in the Limelight" is about... Read More

Book Review

Drums in the Distance

by Brandee Gruener

Joe Mulhall’s "Drums in the Distance" documents growing alarm from a two-decade fight against far-right extremism. A blend of journalism, history, and memoir, "Drums in the Distance" serves as a dramatic warning of the resurgence of... Read More

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The Bushman's Lair

by Claire Foster

Paul McKendrick’s The Bushman’s Lair is the thrilling true crime account of John Bjornstrom, a reclusive thief who lived in a beach cave off of British Columbia’s Shuswap Lake. It also functions as a speculative biography of the... Read More

Book Review

The Escapement

by Michelle Anne Schingler

A father wrangles with his impending grief in a steampunk, Wild West alternate universe in Lavie Tidhar’s dazzling novel "The Escapement". There was once a boy so beloved that his father delighted in every memory they shared, from... Read More

Book Review

Mr. Nicholas

by Kristine Morris

In Christopher de Vinck’s novel "Mr. Nicholas", a hardened newspaperman’s life is rocked by a small boy’s love and an encounter with a mysterious old man. On his way to interview a beekeeper, Jim sees Anna’s car clinging to the... Read More

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Big Boned

by Karen Rigby

In Jo Watson’s endearing novel "Big Boned", a talented artist’s ideas about her self-worth bloom after she moves to Cape Town. After her parents divorce, Lori transfers to Bay Water High. Her mother, in her distracted grief, rebrands... Read More

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