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Newark Star Ledger reviews
Paul LaRosa has written a breezy memoir so authentic that you can almost hear the clacking of those oversized typewriters that reporters of a certain age may...
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http://phillyflash.mlblogs.com/2012/05/03/book-review-and-radio-review-the-last-icon-tom-seaver-and- reviews
  I’ve been a huge Tom Seaver fan for most of my life so when I discovered that there was a new book out about his career I immediately snatched it up….yes,...
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Next Stop: A Memoir of Family
San Francisco Chronicle- City Brights: SFgate.com blog reviews
While reading Next Stop, I found myself book marking pages, scribbling in the margins and making notes—one note read “Let Matthew take walks by himself, but teach...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
  Children's Summertime Rainbow: A Bilingual Book of Colors Belle Yang. Candlewick, $6.99 (24p) ISBN 978-0-7636-5280-7  Three pudgy gouache rabbits...
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Readers Favorite reviews
Gimme-Jimmy is a delightful children’s book written by Sherrill S. Cannon and illustrated by Kalpart. This is a great story to teach young children good manners,...
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"Between Soul and Stone"
http://www.amazon.com/review/R3KDW1KDT03ZRL/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm reviews
"I loved this book. Margo Berdeshevsky's passionate and honest engagement with self and world make her work stunning, wide-ranging and compassionate--these...
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Next Stop: A Memoir of Family
Minneapolis Star Tribune reviews
Glen Finland has written a memoir of wonderful insight and emotional honesty about her fearsome love for her autistic son, David, who seeks to move from...
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Next Stop: A Memoir of Family
http://www.specialneeds.com/products-and-services/autism/book-review-next-stop reviews
One minute Finland has you rolling with laughter (when she tells the story of asking her son to take the wheel as she frantically takes off her black socks so he...
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Huffington Post reviews
After some of these days, I'd give a lot for a quick, mindless read. James Patterson?  Nick Sparks? Can't do it. But every once in a while a book is pressed...
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Pittsburgh Post Gazette reviews
Douglas Kennedy may be the most successful American author that most Americans have never heard of. His books have sold in the range of a half-million copies each...
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Dragon Wishes
Midwest Books Review reviews
"A tale of adjusting and looking to the future, 'Dragon Wishes' is a fine story of the coping of youth."
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Banner Journal reviews
The latest statistics show nearly two-thirds of U.S. citizens are overweight with nearly half of all Americans qualifying as obese. To combat the condition,...
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Our Farm: By the Animals of Farm Sanctuary
NY Daily News reviews
"Gottfried... based her poems on real-life animals that reside at Farm Sanctuary, one of the nation's leading animal protection organizations."
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The San Francisco Chronicle reviews
So the sensitive or easily offended reader isn't exactly Gallaway's target audience. That's fine, because pretty much everyone else will be crying with laughter...
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The Writer's Guide to the Courtroom: Let's Quill All the Lawyers
Travel The Ages reviews
"Ms. Ballman, has a clear understanding of what it would be like to have to research a topic from scratch and write a fiction book because she gives the right...
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Come, Thief
Women's Voices for Change reviews
Poetry Sunday: Come, Thief Is Yet Another Triumph for Jane Hirshfield October 30, 2011 by Laura Baudo Sillerman Leave a comment Print Email ShareThisShareThis The...
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"Iron"
http://ghettosun.com/2012/12/19/soulful-ii-in-review/ reviews
"And then there was the Russian literary sensation Zarina Zabrisky. I could use a thousand fancy adjectives to describe how amazing her performance was but...
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Fernando's Gift
Booklist reviews
Ages 5-8. Set deep in the Costa Rican rain forest, this bilingual (English and Spanish) story introduces young Fernando and his family. His mother takes care of...
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GaydarNation.com reviews
What's your favourite part of Crashing America? That’s fun to think about. Maybe when Girl has her picnic in the wild prairie. She hangs out with Dottie, the...
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In For The Kill
Hampshire Life Magazine reviews
I was hooked from the first page. Pauline Rowson's thrillers are a contemporary take on the calssic page-turner. She weaves terrific plots around memorable...
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