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The Bridge

by Aimee Jodoin

Gothic and feminist, J. S. Breukelaar’s novel "The Bridge" is moving in addressing science, sisterhood, and storytelling. Meera is a Made: a genetically engineered person born into a cult ruled by the Father, who believed that women... Read More

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I'm So Glad It's Spring!

by Aimee Jodoin

The gentle picture book I’m So Glad It’s Spring! pays homage to winter and spring through seasonal nature activities. Tammy Hendrickx’s celebratory picture book I’m So Glad It’s Spring! is an ode to the seasons that transitions... Read More

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Clean Sweep

by Aimee Jodoin

"Clean Sweep" is a heartrending novel in which a privileged woman learns empathy—and about how families don’t have to be based on genetic bonds. In E. B. Lee’s novel "Clean Sweep", an under served New York City community transforms... Read More

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Tesla's Words

by Aimee Jodoin

Tesla’s Words is an adapted work that was designed for a time when its subject’s predictions have almost all come true. Tesla’s Words is an eye-opening interpretation of the inventor’s autobiography. Tesla’s life story, up to... Read More

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In Search of the Owl

by Aimee Jodoin

"In Search of the Owl" is a beautiful memoir about life’s cyclical nature, which is observed across a year of grief and healing. Jean E. Sidinger’s poignant memoir "In Search of the Owl" is about the year she spent grieving after her... Read More

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Privileged Secrets

by Aimee Jodoin

In the speculative thriller "Privileged Secrets", conspiracies both human and supernatural are exposed because of a New York cult. Harper Woods’s engrossing thriller "Privileged Secrets" involves a patriarchal cult—and a... Read More

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