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Maud & Addie

by Vivian Turnbull

Filled with adventure, discovery, and a splash of sibling rivalry, Maureen Buchanan Jones’s historical novel Maud and Addie includes sweet messages about the importance of family. Though they are less than a year apart in age, Maud and... Read More

Book Review

Unwritten

by Vivian Turnbull

Alicia J. Novo’s fantasy novel "Unwritten" stars a fiery heroine. Beatrix has a problem. Not only do books whisper to her, branding her a freak in her father’s eyes, but her grandfather—the one person who made Beatrix feel... Read More

Book Review

Oddity

by Vivian Turnbull

Eli Brown’s "Oddity" is a delightful, action-packed fantasy featuring a colorful cast and magical trinkets. All Clover knows about her mother is that she died when Clover was a baby, and that she was fascinated with oddities—objects... Read More

Book Review

Finding My Yip

by Vivian Turnbull

Filled with friendship, adventure, and a lot of puppy charm, "Finding My Yip" is an entertaining children’s story about what it means to be brave. In Christine Isley-Farmer’s sweet children’s book "Finding My Yip", a girl and her... Read More

Book Review

Nomad

by Vivian Turnbull

The magic continues in R. J. Anderson’s fantasy sequel, "Nomad". Ever since Ivy, a pixie, learned that her mother was still alive, her life has been turned upside down. In gaining a mother, she lost her father. In gaining a new home,... Read More

Book Review

Swift

by Vivian Turnbull

In R. J. Anderson’s twisting middle grade fantasy "Swift", a pixie struggles to find her place. Life is getting harder for Ivy, a young pixie. She’s smaller and weaker than her peers, and she can’t fly. Ever since her mother... Read More

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