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Blossoms

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

"Blossoms" is a straightforward and youthful collection of poems. Sixteen-year-old poet Hridam Saha’s "Blossoms" was written to delight young readers and collects both his earliest poems and his current ones. Direct and accessible, the... Read More

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The Gifts We Keep

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

In her novel "The Gifts We Keep", Katie Grindeland layers revelations over misunderstandings to spin a complex and ultimately unsustainable web of secrets between a family, their neighbor, and the ten-year-old girl who comes to stay with... Read More

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Roadkill abc

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

"Roadkill abc" is humorous and alarming, inspiring questions of what gets left behind—and why. Adair McPherson’s "Roadkill abc" is a decidedly adult picture book, full of carcasses and decay and a great deal of snarky humor. Its... Read More

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