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Angela Leeper, Book Reviewer

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Ticked

by Angela Leeper

Journalist and sufferer himself joins man with Tourette’s on astounding journey to find a medical miracle for “the funhouse mirror of maladies.” Tourette syndrome affects an estimated three million people in the United States... Read More

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White Doe in the Mist

by Angela Leeper

In her series debut, Faith Reese Martin not only shows young readers that history is still relevant today but that it can be downright magical. Unlike her archaeologist parents, twelve-year-old Margaret “Jinx” MacKenzie does not see... Read More

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A Game for Swallows

by Angela Leeper

Zeina Abirached’s evocative memoir, translated from French and told in a graphic novel format, opens with an attractive skyline of East Beirut in 1984. As the perspective zooms in, the initial beauty gives way to empty streets, windows... Read More

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Wingnut

by Angela Leeper

Loosely based on Lindsay Baker’s own childhood in Christchurch, New Zealand, in the early 1960s, this lighthearted, debut chapter book features an unnamed, typical ten-year-old boy who narrates the story and enjoys playing pranks on... Read More

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Birthday Suit

by Angela Leeper

Little Johnny, almost four years old, would rather run around naked than keep his clothes on. Who can blame the active boy when he spends most of his day on a tropical island where the sun smiles down on him and the ocean waves from his... Read More

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