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Our Farm: By the Animals of Farm Sanctuary
Literago: Literate Chicago reviews
The whole book feels carefree and springy, artful in a loosey-goosey (sorry) way. (I will not be at all surprised to find it on prominent display at Anthropologie...
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Our Farm: By the Animals of Farm Sanctuary
StarNews Online reviews
Your children will meet Maya the cow, J.D. the piglet, and Hilda the sheep among other animals that illustrate their unique personalities. The combination of verse...
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Our Farm: By the Animals of Farm Sanctuary
Ellenville's Shawagunk Journal reviews
Here's a list of new books by popular actors and others. The first book is called, Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer, and will change your life. Also of note...
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Our Farm: By the Animals of Farm Sanctuary
GoErie.com reviews
Two new picture books recently caught our attention with their charming art and poetic hearts: "Sweet Dreams Lullaby," written and illustrated by Betsy Snyder; and...
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Our Farm: By the Animals of Farm Sanctuary
OurHenHouse.com reviews
Continuing with our childlike theme, we will talk with children’s book author and animal advocate, Maya Gottfried, about her new book, Our Farm, which is a...
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Our Farm: By the Animals of Farm Sanctuary
Booklist reviews
The creatures on an animal sanctuary provide the voices in this collection of playful poetry.... From the cover image of one vulnerable lamb to the farm overviews...
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RIchie Friedman reviews
This is an interview, conversation.
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CITY OF DRAGONS ...  next Valentine's Day, leave more than your heart in 1940 San Francisco.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel reviews
Unconventional characters provide the backbone of the mystery genre. And Kelli Stanley's riveting new series about 1940s San Francisco private investigator Miranda...
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Library Journal reviews
Library Journal Seen through the lens of young American freelance photographer Helen Adams, this evocative debut novel is a well researched exploration of Vietnam...
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In Envy Country: Stories
San Francisco Chronicle Book Review reviews
Bay Area writer Joan Frank's fourth work of fiction, the very readable new collection "In Envy Country," is also a prize winner (the Richard Sullivan Prize in...
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Forgetting English
Melanie Rae Thon, author of First, Body and Sweet Hearts reviews
“When you forget English, you might learn to speak the forbidden language of your sister’s Tongan lover — you might find you understand the sweet murmur of the...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
(starred review) Picture the Dead Adele Griffin, illus. by Lisa Brown, Sourcebooks Fire, $14.99 (272p) ISBN 978-1-4022-3712-6 In this smartly restrained ghost...
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An Inspector Horton Marine Mystery Crime Novel
http://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/mystery/pauline-rowson/footsteps-shore/ reviews
A series of unpromising cases makes DI Andy Horton (Blood on the Sand, 2010, etc.) reconsider his choice of career.....Horton presses on to clear up a skein of...
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http://www.indiapost.com/a-whodunit-and-the-tale-of-contemporary-afghanistan/ reviews
It’s one thing to spin off a fictional story set against a historical backdrop but quite another to fictionalize life in a contemporary war zone. You see, it...
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FOREWORD reviews
The author arrived in Guatemala in 1991 a fresh-faced twenty-two-year-old, straight from life as a southern belle at the University of Alabama. She left at the...
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SF Bookswap reviews
Many short story collections, even single author collections, are arranged around a theme. I don’t think Pelland had to hunt around for hers much. All of the...
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WHEN THE COWS GOT LOOSE
KIRKUS REVIEWS reviews
Similar in premise to Tres Seymour's Hunting the White Cow (1993), but far from that tale's delicate serenity, this wild romp pits young Ida Mae against no fewer...
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The first issue of Morbid Curiosity, long out of print.
San Francisco Bay Guardian reviews
Haul out the long black veil and the funeral cloak: Beloved local magazine Morbid Curiosity is calling it quits after nine years and 10 issues. Each volume — jam-...
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ONE TRUE SENTENCE
Library Journal reviews
“Edgar-nominated author McDonald takes such care to describe the American literary expatriate community in Paris in the years after World War I that readers will...
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Readers Favorite reviews
5-star review: Henry Mosquera has written one of the most fast-paced books I have ever read. You will be enthralled with the action and adventure. WARNING!...
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