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ForeWord Magazine reviews
The Spanish Inquisition, which instituted mass conversions of Jews to Catholicism and the expulsion of the Moors, was only reluctantly endorsed by the Roman...
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The Independent reviews
This beautifully written novella proves less is more. Eloquent and elegant, with stunning metaphors and rhythmic cadences that alternate between short,...
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Dasha's Journal
'Viewpoint', Vol. 16, No. 1, Spring 2009 reviews
Authored by T.O. Daria, the mother of a son with autism and daughter with Asperger’s syndrome, “Dasha’s Journal: A Cat Reflects on Life, Catness and Autism”...
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A is for Aloha, Written by Uilani Goldsberry, Illustrated by Tammy Yee
The Honolulu Star Bulletin reviews
"This company's niche is alphabet books that not only teach letters, but facts, culture and history about each of the 50 states. Their Hawaii effort draws on the...
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The Tsunami Quilt: Grandfather's Story, Written by Anthony Fredericks, Illustrated by Tammy Yee
Booklist reviews
Although the events of the tragedy are depicted in the book, the horror is lessened by using a framework story that sets the disaster in the past and by showing...
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The Tsunami Quilt: Grandfather's Story, Written by Anthony Fredericks, Illustrated by Tammy Yee
Catholic Library World reviews
"The author tells the story in a very memorable and sensitive way. The use of warm watercolors enhances the story and the feelings of Kimo at both losses. A...
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The Tsunami Quilt: Grandfather's Story, Written by Anthony Fredericks, Illustrated by Tammy Yee
PaperTigers reviews
The book deals with the difficult themes of loss within families and the devastating sadness of the death of innocent children in natural disasters. Some children...
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The Hollins Critic reviews
Coming to Rest By Kathryn Stripling Byer. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2006. $16.95 (pa.) In her latest collection, Coming to Rest, North...
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Rainbow Reviews reviews
Author Linda Morganstein delivers an enticing novel well-couched in Hollywood history with intriguing subplots such as Stella's deaf sister (who along with other...
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McGowan's Call
Heartlands: A Magazine of Midwest Life and Art reviews
"Rob Smith, author of two novels "Children of Light" and the futuristic moral fable "Night Voices," cuts closer to the bone in this winning collection of 7 stories...
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College Candy reviews
"both charming and laugh-inducing"
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Northern Mama reviews
This novel is beautifully written, the imagery bring the exotic Venezuela to life for those who have not experienced it! Mascarenhas' use of Spanish phrases adds...
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To  Hide in the Light
The News-Courier, Athens, AL reviews
"Bonnie Roberts' book of poetry To Hide in the Light (Elk River Review Press, $12) cannot hide at all. It is a startling, wet, fresh symphony of colors and...
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goodreads.com reviews
I just finished 'Time Will Tell' and I thoroughly enjoyed it. This is a touching memoir of Parent / Child, Family and Friendship / Relationships. It is a chronicle...
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Kirkus Reviews reviews
As a member of this group herself, Barnett explores the issues faced by the first generation of children, now entering adulthood, who were treated with...
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The Onion AV Club reviews
FOR DRUNKEN PARENTS WHO NEED TO KNOW WHICH MITER TO WEAR TO THEIR OFFICE CHRISTMAS PARTY Baby Be Of Use books ($9 each) How To Dress For Every Occasion, By The...
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Romance Reader at Heart reviews
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RRAH's THOUGHTS AND PONDERINGS: Top Pick J.T. Ellison rocks! Ms. Ellison's second Taylor Jackson mystery, 14, is right on par with her spectacular debut, ALL THE...
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TOROS & TORSOS
MYSTERY SCENE MAGAZINE reviews
“McDonald's sophomore effort is a lot of fun, as the author effortlessly and credibly incorporates his characters and storyline into such real life happenings as...
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