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Squint

by Susan Waggoner

Chad Morris and Shelly Brown’s "Squint" pulls off the seemingly impossible: it is an empathy-building novel with a message that’s fun to read. Thirteen-year-old Flint lives with his grandparents and wears special glasses that don’t... Read More

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Quantum Convention

by Susan Waggoner

Ready for the next new thing in fiction? You’ll find it in "Quantum Convention", wherein eight richly imagined, humanity-affirming tales lay new turf for short stories. The settings embrace everything from a world in which an eons-old... Read More

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No Time for Toys

by Susan Waggoner

Brief but cinematic, "No Time for Toys" is a polished, century-spanning historical tale. Based on a true story, Gail Annette Tregear’s brief and gripping historical novella "No Time for Toys" follows an English child who is exiled to... Read More

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From Bird Mountain

by Susan Waggoner

"From Bird Mountain" is a fresh tale of the Viking world. Lyle Fugleberg’s historical novel "From Bird Mountain" is set in the Viking age and tells a familiar tale from a different, more realistic, point of view. Brothers Gyrth and... Read More

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Traveler's Diarrhea

by Susan Waggoner

Traveler’s Diarrhea is an engaging, wryly humorous chronicle of travel to out-of-the-ordinary places. Forget the off-putting cover and the even more off-putting promise of humor “guaranteed to cause abdominal cramps, nausea” and... Read More

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