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Chuckerman Makes a Movie

by Carol Davala

Art imitates life in "Chuckerman Makes a Movie", a laughter-inducing novel of nostalgia and self-discovery. Francie Arenson Dickman’s clever and entertaining "Chuckerman Makes a Movie" leads a floundering character to his aha moment.... Read More

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Rabbi-Pyt

by Carol Davala

"Rabbi-Pyt" is an entertaining children’s book with a positive premise. In Galina Fidler’s inviting children’s picture book "Rabbi-Pyt", an unlikely friendship develops between a rabbit and a python. They work together to solve a... Read More

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Pafinna's Prophecy

by Carol Davala

Pafinna’s Prophecy is an imaginative tale that inspires compassion for African wildlife and a sense of the importance of preservation. The second book of the Tales from the Masawani Game Park series, Gael Whelan’s Pafinna’s... Read More

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Pearl

by Carol Davala

Pearl’s subtle voice and demeanor command this narrative venture, whether from the darkness of a burial tomb or the tranquil view from a lakeside retreat. In Brian Kindall’s imaginative and artful fantasy "Pearl", a young girl carved... Read More

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Winter's Bloom

by Carol Davala

Far from a standard romance novel, Wemlinger’s book showcases contrasts and human connections. In John Wemlinger’s Winter’s Bloom, a frozen, solitary Lake Michigan shoreline provides the perfect backdrop for an unlikely friendship... Read More

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A Hero Dreams

by Carol Davala

In this inspiring tale of faith and courage, Ristau paints a complex character portrait involving the engaging interplay of individuals and their actions. In "A Hero Dreams", the profoundly moving first installment of Mark Ristau’s... Read More

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When Blushing Hurts

by Carol Davala

A fine teaching tool full of compassionate studies and insights, this work on blushing is a hopeful step forward for chronic sufferers. English naturalist Charles Darwin deemed blushing “the most peculiar and the most human of all... Read More

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