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April 1, 2022

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published April 1, 2022. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in April 2022.

Book Review

Produce Wagon

by Matt Sutherland

In the best of poetry—unmistakably present and resonant to the reader—we find the physical embodiment of wordcraft: sound, rhythm, music. What Roy Scheele creates on the page is poetry’s equivalent to the enlightenment of the... Read More

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by Meg Nola

In Luke Francis Beirne’s immersive novel "Foxhunt", cultural ideals are overwhelmed by geopolitical realities and covert operations. In 1949, Milne, a Canadian writer, attends Paris’s International Day of Resistance to Dictatorship... Read More

Book Review

Once Upon a Tune

by Aimee Jodoin

James Mayhew’s "Once Upon a Tune" is a beautiful collection of multicultural folk tales. Recouching traditional tales for young audiences, this illustrated book includes entries like “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” (of Fantasia... Read More

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by Wendy Hinman

Mark Powell’s "Lioness" is a haunting literary thriller that probes an emotional and spiritual quest for meaning amid despair. Two years after the death of their seven-year-old son, David learns that his estranged wife, Mara, is... Read More

Book Review

The Math Kids

by Ho Lin

In the latest entry in David Cole’s Math Kids series, math whizzes Jordan, Justin, Stephanie, and Catherine are swept up in high-level intrigue as they unravel a particularly puzzling riddle. When the tale begins, the fifth-grade... Read More

Book Review

You Are Gods

by Eric Patterson

In his new theological essay collection "You Are Gods", David Bentley Hart issues a rebuttal against the resurgence of the manualist tradition found mainly in the Thomist theology of the Catholic Church. Arguing that the manualist... Read More