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October 26, 2021

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published October 26, 2021. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in October 2021.

Book Review

Let Go

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

An experiment in creating meaning, "Let Go" is a compelling wordless novel about accepting change. A man is escorted from his former office on a snowy, windswept night in Mark Huebner’s wordless novel "Let Go". An unnamed man packs his... Read More

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God's Whisper

by Edith Wairimu

God’s Whisper is a thoughtful Christian text that meditates on biblical principles to build faith and spiritual maturity. Sharon Williams’s encouraging faith-based guide God’s Whisper examines the benefits of biblical teachings to... Read More

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The Lighthouse

by Anna Gentry

"The Lighthouse" is a satisfying supernatural novel in which human spirits and resilience win out over loss and despair. In Christopher Parker’s supernatural novel The Lighthouse, grief and love are explored in hopeful and mysterious... Read More

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A Particular Madness

by Catherine Thureson

Sheldon Russell’s heartbreaking historical novel "A Particular Madness" is set in midcentury rural Oklahoma. Jacob is the second child in a poor farming family. Much of his childhood is spent in isolation. He has little interest in, or... Read More

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Circle Round

by Danielle Ballantyne

A cogent message of love and acceptance is portrayed through the spare language and delicate watercolor illustrations of this diverse picture book. Children playing in a park gradually join together to form a single playful “circle,”... Read More

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by Danielle Ballantyne

Abstract patterns overlay a swirling storm of cool tones giving way to a warm celebration in this potent story about how, despite appearances, none of us are weathering storms alone. Little Mouse is adrift in a roiling sea, “more than... Read More

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by Suzanne Kamata

In "Correctional", poet and academic Ravi Shankar reckons with his public fall from grace, which landed him in jail, but also allowed for an inside look at the court system of the United States. Born in Washington, D.C. to Brahmin... Read More

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