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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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New Consciousness Review reviews
"Deep in every heart is a wellspring of wisdom...Our heart's wisdom comes to us as universal images and symbols...Guided Imagery is a process that focuses our...
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Book reviews
Like icebergs floating in the sea--only partially visible to others and ourselves--a good part of what goes on in us lies beneath awareness. It helps to connect...
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Book reviews
Leslie Davenport has trained many health professionals to be able to offer guided imagery to hospitalized patients. Through this groundbreaking leadership, she has...
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Book Cover reviews
Davenport's work is insightful, original and eminently useful for people of all ages and professions.
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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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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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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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"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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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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Daughters of the Revolution
The New Yorker reviews
It is 1969, and Carole Faust, one of this dexterous novel's several protagonists, becomes the first female student at a boys' boarding school in Massachusetts, "a...
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Alms for  Oblivion by Bryce Milligan
Bloomsbury Review reviews
Embarking on an ambitious, solemn, and passionate quest into a maze of his own making, the muse-poet in Bryce Milligan's latest collection of...
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Publisher reviews
Reviews of Dennis Loo’s Globalization and the Demolition of Society   A brilliant exposition… compelling written and readily grasped, yet profound in its...
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Library Journal reviews
Not for the faint of heart, this debut novel will keep readers glued to the very last page.
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