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Published Reviews

Oh, Baby! 7 Ways a Baby Will Change Your Life the First Year
Mom Central reviews
Oh, Baby! was written by three women from different backgrounds who all know what they’re talking about. Their book attempts to give parents realistic expectations...
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Oh, Baby! 7 Ways a Baby Will Change Your Life the First Year
Reader Views reviews
Oh, Baby!: 7 Ways a Baby Will Change Your Life the First YearBettie B. Youngs, Susan Heim, and Jennifer Leigh YoungsHampton Roads Publishing Company (2006)ISBN...
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The Bloomsbury Review reviews
"The Entire Animal tells Michael's story without a word to spare. So vacuum-packed is his world that it occurred to me early that if I started to talk about...
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Touch
The Book Review reviews
Touch, a collection of poems by Meena Kandasamy, reveals her as a poetess capable of expressing views on diverse ideas and ideologies. She seems to be looking at...
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Touch
The Hindu Literary Review reviews
MEENA KANDASAMY is a feisty new entrant into the duck-pool called Indian English poetry. In Touch, she makes a Rimbaudian attempt at clearing the decks and telling...
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Your Self-Confident Baby
Children's Literature reviews
Designed to assist new parents and caregivers of infants in developing capable and confident children, this book was written by a great grandmother and founder of...
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Your Self-Confident Baby
Publisher's Weekly reviews
A child therapist, great-grandmother and founder of a method of child rearing called Resources for Infant Educarers, or RIE (pronounced "wry"), Gerber...
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Your Self-Confident Baby
O: The Oprah Magazine reviews
I had great trepidation about motherhood, and so I've read a lot of child-rearing guides. This one was recommended to me by our friends Gary Ross (director of...
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The Way Home
The Desert Sun reviews
Allison Johnson writes about people on the edge. In particular, people in Southern California who are living on the fringe, physically, emotionally, and mentally....
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The Way Home
Other Voices reviews
For anyone who has ever driven the desert and been captivated by the sight of wind farms, the miles of perfectly spaced white mills, turning in what we can only...
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Mosquito
The Midwest Book Review reviews
"Mosquito is an enigmatic, engaging read. Ideal for those who enjoy formal and experimental poetry alike, Alex Lemon's book is a truly remarkable debut."
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Mosquito
Publishers Weekly reviews
In this edgy, energetic, even frenetic debut from a rising star of the Midwest, Lemon's jagged, commanding voice both charms and shocks: “Voice, be amazing/...
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Boldtype reviews
"While the plot is certifiably hilarious, it's really When's voice that's in the driver's seat. Dazed, confused, and occasionally caring, he carries all 250 pages...
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InDigest reviews
Wild syntax flips the power structure of the universe on its ass so many times it is hard to tell who controls what and when and how often
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Vulpes Libris reviews
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The Alcehmy of Air
Various reviews
"a superb narrative of these brilliant men and their scientific discovery. . . . Science writing of the first order." – Kirkus Reviews (starred) Hager's "fine book...
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Amazon Reviews reviews
5 out of 5 stars "With sly sarcasm and a healthy dose of self-deprecation, but most of all, love, Rummel-Hudson has written a memoir I wouldn’t say is sappy at all...
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John Scalzi's "Whatever" reviews
"Since I know the people in the book, I can’t say that I’m at all objective about it, but folks, this is a good book. Rob writes well, with humor and anger and...
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The Daily Beast reviews
A comic turned novelist debuts a dark tale. If you’re familiar with Teri Coyne’s former life as a stand-up comedian, get ready for something very, very different....
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Anh's Anger
The New Yorker reviews
"Promotes deep breathing as the ideal way to regain control during a tantrum."
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