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The Best Intentions

by Vivian Turnbull

In unforgiving nineteenth-century London society, people find strength through their shared struggles in Sarah M. Eden’s novel "The Best Intentions". In London society, even the smallest secret can cast you out and subject you to... Read More

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Drawn in Ash

by Vivian Turnbull

"Drawn in Ash" is an exciting science fiction and fantasy tale whose heroine’s struggles reflect the eternal importance of cultural respect and tolerance. A blend of science fiction and fantasy, John W. Otte’s novel "Drawn in Ash"... Read More

Book Review

Big Rig

by Vivian Turnbull

In Louise Hawes’s sweet coming-of-age story "Big Rig", a girl just knows that she was born to be a trucker. Hazel, whose trucker handle is “Hazmat,” grew up on the road, hauling loads cross-country with her father in their big rig.... Read More

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Duck's Backyard

by Vivian Turnbull

In Ulrich Hub’s early reader Duck’s Backyard, two feathery beings find that their imperfections make them the perfect friends for each other. A duck with a wonky leg who needs someone to support her pairs with a blind chicken who... Read More

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