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November 2, 2021

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published November 2, 2021. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in November 2021.

Book Review

Essential

by Eric Patterson

“The best food is always the simplest,” writes Chef Ollie Dabbous in his new cookbook, Essential. Dabbous–a Michelin starred chef with an impeccable résumé—contends that the simplest food is also the most sophisticated and aims... Read More

Book Review

The Marching Ant

by Mari Carlson

The captivating historical novel "The Marching Ant" follows a young woman as she gets to know her hero—her grandmother—from the inside out. In Allyson Chapa’s autobiographical novel "The Marching Ant", a grandmother’s and... Read More

Book Review

The Girl Singer

by Matt Sutherland

Poetry is always looking for voices from the wilderness, and with her country music cool, Southeastern Kentucky’s Marianne Worthington is a fitting, masterful voice for Appalachia. Her work has appeared in Oxford American, CALYX,... Read More

Book Review

Morning Puppa

by Michelle Anne Schingler

This rhyming story of a puppy whose teacup has gone missing, imperiling his morning ritual, follows along as he searches for clues—and instead finds everything else, and everyone else, missing, too! His tummy rumbles, and his worry... Read More

Book Review

Tiger Skin Rug

by Randi Hacker

In Joan Haig’s urban fantasy for young readers, three children help a creature fulfill a promise made long ago. Lal Patel is homesick for India. His father relocated their family to Scotland and installed them in an old house whose... Read More

Book Review

Fat Angie

by Jaime Herndon

Fat Angie: Homecoming is the latest installment of e.E. Charlton-Trujillo’s award-winning series. In it, Angie is ready to ask Jamboree to be her girlfriend—until her first love, KC, moves back to town. As if that weren’t enough, a... Read More

Book Review

A Hot Mess

by Karen Rigby

Jeff Fleischer’s "A Hot Mess" is a substantial, science-based guide that explains climate change through history, its deniers, and the current evidence, all in a candid, accessible format that invites young people to take action. With... Read More

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