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by Paige Van De Winkle

"Tarō" is an enchanting coming-of-age fantasy novel that’s steeped in Japanese culture and history. In Blue Spruell’s elegant fantasy novel "Tarō", Japanese folklore and historical figures meet as a young samurai grows up and... Read More

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by Camille-Yvette Welsch

The poems of "Measures" embrace lyrical tendencies as they move through the seasons of a troubled relationship. Both absence and presence haunt the pages of b. l. bruce’s poetry collection, "Measures". A one time lover and longed for... Read More

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Evie and the Bushfire

by Kristine Morris

"Evie and the Bushfire" is a picture book about understanding and dealing with the Australian Black Summer fires. Becky Westbrook’s comforting picture book, "Evie and the Bushfire", addresses Australia’s devastating recent fires with... Read More

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Accidental Gardens

by Peter Dabbene

"Accidental Gardens" is a rich essay collection that imparts the inherent value of writing poems and essays, which can be both impactful and fun. Inspired by the Japanese writing form haibun, the forty-two essays in Rob Carney’s... Read More

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by Delia Stanley

"Complicit" is an intense thriller whose strong women refuse to be bullied by bad men. In Amy Rivers’s thriller "Complicit", old friends are thrown together to solve the mystery of a disturbing death that reveals a long-hidden truth... Read More

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Fighting Chance

by Joseph S. Pete

Though acknowledging that depression can have ill effects, "Fighting Chance" approaches its subject with hope. Sarah Zabel’s comprehensive text "Fighting Chance" concerns the science of depression, emphasizing effective treatments and... Read More

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Henri's Last Gift

by Delia Stanley

Henri’s Last Gift is a playful psychological novel that reframes life’s hardest moments as opportunities for healing. In Gilles Jaitour’s supernatural novel Henri’s Last Gift, a repressed man’s departed friends help him to face... Read More

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