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May 17, 2022

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published May 17, 2022. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in May 2022.

Book Review

Fox Tells a Lie

by Danielle Ballantyne

Watercolors and colored pencils come together in illustrations reminiscent of folk art in this story about getting caught in your own web of lies. Trying to look cool in front of his friends, Fox tells everyone that he knows Superturtle.... Read More

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Days Like This

by Danielle Ballantyne

Intricate illustrations portray shifting perspectives in this moving picture book about the interconnection of humans and nature. Using a poem as its guide, the book works through each line, offering an interpretation from both a human... Read More

Book Review

Wind Daughter

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Joanna Ruth Meyer’s dreamy, enchanting novel "Wind Daughter" follows a beekeeping teenager through her atypical coming of age. Satu was born out of time, and feels out of place, in her cool mountain village. Her father, who was once... Read More

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Vibrant Interiors

by Ho Lin

Visually stunning and packed with advice, "Vibrant Interiors" serves up plenty of inspiration for adding spice and life to every type of interior space. Author and designer Andrea Monath Schumacher champions an inclusive, multicultural... Read More

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Gone but Still Here

by Erika Harlitz Kern

Jennifer Dance’s based-in-truth novel "Gone but Still Here" follows a tragedy-scarred multiracial family as one of its members is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Mary feels herself slipping. Despite her career as a published... Read More

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She Is Haunted

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

Grief and reckoning take many forms in Paige Clark’s expressive collection "She Is Haunted". Haunting is most often a regret that tethers one to a place or people: that is the concept at the core of this collection. Every character is... Read More

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The Sisters Sputnik

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Time travelers, storytellers, and evolving synthetic beings lead Terri Favro’s tour de force novel. There are approximately two and a half thousand alternate worlds that Debbie knows of—one for each nuclear blast set off in Earth... Read More

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