Foreword Reviews

Kristen Rabe, Book Reviewer

Book Review

The Savior of 6th Street

by Kristen Rabe

"The Savior of 6th Street" is Orlando Ortega-Medina’s lucid and engrossing new novel about a man who grows up in Los Angeles’s dark, 1980s underworld. Virgilio is twenty years old, an accomplished artist, and street smart. He lives... Read More

Book Review

Douglas Fir

by Kristen Rabe

Stephen Arno and Carl Fiedler’s inviting text "Douglas Fir" is filled with information about the versatile, resilient conifer that “from firewood to flumes, flagpoles to flooring, snowshoes to spars, and liquor to lumber [fills]... Read More

Book Review

Bee People

by Kristen Rabe

Frank Mortimer’s "Bee People" is an entertaining introduction to the world of beekeeping, drawn from Mortimer’s extensive experience raising bees in suburban New Jersey. The book’s topics will appeal to novices, experts, and the... Read More

Book Review

Girls Lost

by Kristen Rabe

Self-identity, status, and gender are at the core of Girls Lost, Jessica Schiefauer’s bold and compelling story in which three teenage girls who are social outcasts transcend boundaries by temporarily transforming into boys. Kim, the... Read More

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