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posted on Sunday, October 9th, 2016

Review of Double Dutch by Laura Trunkey

When I was a kids, the circus came to town. I went, loved the Fun House Mirrors , where I appeared upside down or oddly twised in ways that made me seem like someone else. I never knew what was coming next. When I began to read Double Dutch, I had...
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Review of In the Swish by Dawn Green

If you’re looking for a fast-paced, action-filled read, then In the Swish, by Dawn Green is the book for you. From the first chapter right to the nail-biting ending, this book is as tense as the basketball season it represents. Bennett Ryan is the...
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posted on Sunday, October 9th, 2016

Review of The Summer We Saved the Bees by Robin Stevenson

Full disclosure: I loved The Summer We Saved the Bees by Robin Stevenson. From the moment I was introduced to 12-year-old Wolf, his 5-year-old twin sisters Saffy and Whisper, his 15-year-old step sister Violet, and their free-spirited mother Jade, I...
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Review of He Leaves His Face in the Funeral Car by Arleen Paré

Pare’s fourth book is a lyric examination of losing love and staying present in two parts and many poems, some rooted in the rocky soil of the West Coast, and others stretching across the country to home places of the past. These poems document a...
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posted on Sunday, October 9th, 2016

Review of Tricia Dower’s novel Becoming Lin

Tricia Dower’s novel Becoming Lin explores the notion that being authentically oneself is rarely as simple as it sounds. Whether dealing with peer and parental pressure, cultural expectations, shifting social values or traumatic events that can...

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