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Daughters of India

by Sharon Flesher

India has long captured the Western imagination. The increased attention given to the world’s most populous democracy and rising economic power has done much to inform outsiders that the subcontinent is about more than abject poverty... Read More

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Rabbits on Mars

by Sharon Flesher

These days it may seem like rabbits have a better chance than humans of ever landing on Mars, so perhaps the title of this fanciful children’s book isn’t all that preposterous. It’s also just the kind of silly story destined to... Read More

Book Review

The Sun in Me

by Sharon Flesher

Just in time for Earth Day 2003 comes this lovely poetry collection in celebration of nature. Featuring poets ranging from Emily Dickinson to Sappho, this book will especially please parents who have faith in their children’s abilities... Read More

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Rex

by Sharon Flesher

Any child who has ever picked up a fascination with dinosaurs probably has dreamed of finding one still living in secret somewhere. The fantasy becomes flesh, bones, and very sharp teeth for the six friends who stumble through a... Read More

Book Review

The Big Catnap

by Sharon Flesher

Sam the detective has a hairball of a problem on his paws. His friend, Sandy, the popular star of cat food commercials, is missing, the result of an apparent catnapping. The villains left a ransom note and clues that are trickier to... Read More

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See How She Runs

by Sharon Flesher

Marion Jones is one of those world-famous Americans that Americans have yet to discover. The world’s fastest woman, she is accorded celebrity treatment in Europe, where she has been mobbed by autograph-seeking fans at international... Read More

Book Review

Divorce Your Car!

by Sharon Flesher

Cars are nearly irresistible. They offer unparalleled mobility as they can reach most destinations quickly and at the convenience of the driver, who expends minimal physical effort (at least for the driving). This “freedom,” however,... Read More

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