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Peter and the Whimper-Whineys
kid-lit-reviews.com reviews
 After hearing Peter whine and cry all day about everything and everyone, meaning his little sister, Mom sends Peter to bed early with a warning. Peter must...
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Peter and the Whimper-Whineys
Buzz Words Books - Australia reviews
Peter is a whiner and he is driving his mother around the bend with his bad manners. One night, he finds himself transported into the woods with the Whimper-...
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The Magic Word
Buzz Words Books - Australia reviews
Almost every child must have been told at one point to use 'the magic word'. In Sherrill S. Canon's The Magic Word Elisabeth Keys has never said thank you, excuse...
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Santa's Birthday Gift
Buzz Words Books - Australia reviews
Santa’s Birthday Gift does something I have never seen before. It combines the traditional story of Christmas with Santa. I am sure I am not the only parent to be...
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The Magic Word
Biblio Reads Children's Book Review reviews
Very well done! I was very impressed with Sherrill Cannon's expert use of rhyme. Not only does the text flow smoothly and rhythmically, it weaves a story that...
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Peter and the Whimper-Whineys
Biblio Reads Children's Book Review reviews
Ohhhhh, where was this book when I needed it most? This one is for parents! Oh, sure the kids will enjoy it and learn something from it, but that is exactly why it...
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Santa's Birthday Gift
Biblio Reads Children's Book Review reviews
I gotta tell you that I really love Sherrill's rhyme and way with words. This is the second book of hers that I have reviewed and I heartily recommend her as a...
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The Magic Word
Cafe Libri: Reviewing Books & More reviews
 The lovely pictures in Sherrill Cannon’s book The Magic Word really complement the text, making it easy for a child to follow the storyline. The book invites...
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Body + Soul Magazine reviews
Take a deeper look inside yourself.
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Book reviews
Leslie Davenport is an inspiring therapist and healer with a depth to her work that makes her an alchemist of the heart. She has a way of accompanying patients...
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City Press reviews
It is an antidote to the Wilbur Smith way of doing things. Actually, it is to the historical novel what David Lynch was to the TV drama. Yet Whyle never employs...
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Waiting for Daisy
Washington Post reviews
"She treats her efforts to become a mother with intelligent skepticism and a brazen sense of humor... One of the best things about this book is that when she...
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CurledUp.Com reviews
Despite the already huge canon of Holocaust literature, Elizabeth Rosner's Blue Nude manages to find a unique angle through which to explore the emotional...
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MIDNIGHT AT THE PALACE: My Life as a Fabulous Cockette
Publishers Weekly reviews
In 2002, David Weissman’s and Bill Weber’s documentary The Cockettes brought the eponymous 1970s San Francisco glitter-rock drag theatrical troupe back into the...
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Broken Colors
Library Journal reviews
This is a beautiful novel, sometimes comic and always wise.  Visual artist Zackheim imbues the novel with her deep knowledge of the art world.
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To The Last Drop front cover
Santa Fe Reporter reviews
On July 2, the Santa Fe Reporter published the following article about me and my novel. The online version is also available -- there's a picture of me!...
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Midwest Book Review reviews
Review of The Business of Show Business, a comprehensive career guide for actors and models By Cynthia Brian ISBN 0-9721140-0-9 304 pages $19.95 E-Book Available...
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The Caribbean Writer reviews
Writer’s Tongue Opal Palmer Adisa, I Name Me Name. Leeds, England: Peepal Tree Press. 2008. p.b. 222 pages. £9.99. Opal Palmer Adisa, the author of 11 books, adds...
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THE SEVENTH GATE, by Richard Zimler
Mysterious Bookshop website reviews
Zimler, Richard, The Seventh Gate. Zimler's latest is set in Germany in the 1930s when Hitler is coming to power. Sophie, a teen living in Berlin, is drawn to...
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