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For a book whose major plot catalyst is suicide, this was a remarkably and expectedly positive reading experience. This book orbits around the question of what would one's life look like if they made…
Alan Gratz is becoming "the guy" for middle grade historical fiction on tough topics. Refugee has received many accolades--all of which it deserves. It is a raw, unfiltered look at the immigrant exp…
Brandon Mull has masterfully done it again with this action-packed, keep-you-on-the-edge-of-your-seat adventure and the fourth installment of his Dragon Watch series! Champion of the Ti…
Born a Crime may be the quintessential memoir: the format, the timeline structure, the mix of personal with cultural observations were all perfectly interlaced.  This is not a biography; it …
2019? It is 2020. We know. We have just been a bit behind. We do like to have reviews in our database for Newbery Books because they stay continuously in print. So, while you are waiting for the …
It is that time again when the American Library Association makes their annual selections for the past year's outstanding  contributions to children's literature.  For the most part, we think they cho…
In a conversational style-type interview, Douglas Abrams facilitates and narrates the unprecedented event of two men coming together as spiritual leaders and friends, to discuss a topic relatable to a…
Calamity comes out with guns blazing--literally.  Skip the backstory and never mind adding many new characters, this third book in the series is mainly about action and wrap-up.  There …
Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End is a fascinating book. Author and surgeon Atul Gawande tackles the tough subject of death, dying, and end of life care, but in an easy-to-read and in…
I must have inherited my fascination with the Holocaust from my mother. Whenever a new book chronicling any kind of history about the camps or a person involved in the Holocaust is published, it is al…
Oh goodness. This book was amazingly satisfying to a booklover like me. The Bookman's Tale was a delightful journey through past and present, one that I didn't want to end. Of course, t…
Take Cinderella, one of the best fairytales of all time, but fast forward into the future with androids and cyborgs and you have Cinder. Meyer kept the story true enough to the original that…
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