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Book Review: A Friendly Town That's Almost Always by the Ocean (Secrets of Topsea) by Kir Fox, M. Shelley Coats, Rachel Sanson

2018-06-22 17:33:10

A Friendly Town That's Almost Always by the Ocean is a middle grade novel written by Kir Fox, M. Shelley Coats. It was illustrated by Rachel Sanson. In Topsea the coves are bottomless and the pier has

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Book Review: You've Got Tail (Peculiar Mysteries) by Renee George

2018-06-21 14:51:49

You've Got Tail is the first book in the Peculiar Mysteries series by Renee George. Sunny Haddock, an animal-loving vegetarian psychic, is stoked to leave California behind to start a new life in the

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Book Review: The Graveyard Girl and The Boneyard Boy by Martin Matthews

2018-06-20 13:05:37

The Graveyard Girl and The Boneyard Boy by Martin Matthews is a young adult novel. 16-year-old albino Drake Stevenson lives a life alone in his world of video games and comic books, dreaming of one da

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Book Review: Seafurrers: The Ships' Cats Who Lapped and Mapped the World by Philipa Sandall, Ad Long

2018-06-19 19:47:26

Seafurrers: The Ships' Cats Who Lapped and Mapped the World, written by Philipa Sandall and illustrated by Ad Long, explores the history of the cats that explored the world alongside seafarring souls

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Early Book Review: The Dam Keeper: World Without Darkness by Robert Kondo, Dice Tsutsumi

2018-06-18 20:20:38

The Dam Keeper: World Without Darkness is a graphic novel written by Robert Kondo and illustrated by Dice Tsutsumi. It is currently scheduled for release on July 10 2018. It is the second book in the

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Book Review: It's All About the Duke (The Rakes of St. James) by Amelia Grey

2018-06-16 17:46:27

It's All About the Duke is the third book in The Rakes of St. James series by Amelia Grey. I have not read the previous books in the series, but I could still fully enjoy the read. There are some refe

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Book Review: The Danger Gang and the Pirates of Borneo by Stephen Bramucci, Arree Chung

2018-06-15 17:03:20

The Danger Gang and the Pirates of Borneo is a middle grade novel written by Stephen Bramucci, and illustrated by Arree Chung. Ronald Zupan is a daring master adventurer! But he actually hasn't experi

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Book Review: Choice by Andrea Loredo

2018-06-14 22:18:49

Choice by Andrea Loredo is a novella length fantasy. It feels like the second book in a series, but I can find no information on previous, or later, books.  Ser Mirele Heine is a Guardian, sworn to p

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Book Review: The Yark by Bertrand Santini

2018-06-13 18:25:47

The Yark by Bertrand Santini is a subversive chapter book about a monster who eats children--until one day he makes a friend. The Yark loves children with the love of a gourmet! This hairy monster dre

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Early Book Review: Gardening Under Lights: The Complete Guide for Indoor Growers by Leslie F Halleck

2018-06-12 17:35:47

Gardening Under Lights: The Complete Guide for Indoor Growers by Leslie F Halleck is currently scheduled for release on July 11 2018. This book is a resource that gives information on just about every

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Early Book Review: Pop! by Jason Carter Eaton, Matt Rockefeller

2018-06-12 00:49:32

Pop! is a picturebook written by Jason Carter Eaton and illustrated by Matt Rockefeller. It is currently scheduled for release on July 3 2018. A quiet afternoon of blowing bubbles and popping them tur

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Book Review: Betting the Scot (The Highlanders of Balforss) by Jennifer Trethewey

2018-06-09 18:49:33

Betting the Scot is the second book in The Highlanders of Balforss series by Jennifer Trethewey. I did read and enjoy the first book in this series, Tying the Scot, but think that each book can be enj

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Book Review: Pennybaker School is Headed for Disaster by Jennifer Brown

2018-06-08 17:22:00

Pennybaker School is Headed for Disaster is the start of a new middle grade series by Jennifer Brown. Thomas Fallgrout always thought of himself as a regular kid until the day he accidentally creates

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Book Review: Bent For His Will by KyAnn Waters

2018-06-07 14:48:53

Bent For His Will by KyAnn Waters is a m/m/f erotic romance. Logan Sawin and Will Pennington have been friends for years. They attend the same university and live together in a great loft apartment. T

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Book Review: Love Is Love by Michael Genhart, Ken Min

2018-06-06 12:48:19

Love Is Love is a picturebook written by Michael Genhart and illustrated by Ken Min about love. In the story a boy confides in a friend that he doesn’t know what to say when he’s teased for having two

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Book Review: The True Death of Billy the Kid by Rick Geary

2018-06-05 19:33:43

The True Death of Billy the Kid is part of a series of historical graphic novels by Rick Geary.  The cover proclaims the book to be the first true and accurate graphic novel telling the story of the d

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Early Book Review: Sir Tim Wants a Dragon by Judith Koppens, Eline van Lindenhuizen

2018-06-04 15:30:26

Sir Tim Wants a Dragon is a picturebook written by Judith Koppens and illustrated by Eline van Lindenhuizen. It is currently scheduled for release on July 1 2018. Sir Tim wants a pet, but not just any

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Early Book Review: Knocked Up (Crazy Love) by Stacey Lynn

2018-06-02 15:30:44

Knocked Up is the second book in the Crazy Love series by Stacey Lynn. I was expecting some connection to the characters of the first book, Fake Wife, but never really found one. Frankly, the lack of

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Book Review: Bob by Wendy Mass; Rebecca Stead

2018-06-01 12:45:42

Bob is a middle grade novel by Wendy Mass and Rebecca Stead. It’s been five years since Livy and her family have visited Livy’s grandmother in Australia. Now that she’s back, Livy has the feeling she’

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Book Review: Its Not a Date by Heather Blakemore

2018-05-31 15:31:53

Its Not a Date by Heather Blakemore is a contemporary romance. Entrepreneur and innovator Kadrienne Davenport gets results. A demanding executive and stickler for punctuality, Kade throws herself into

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Book Review: A Scot's Surrender (Townsend Novel) by Lily Maxton

2018-05-30 15:15:10

A Scot's Surrender is the third book in the Townsend series of historical romances by Lily Maxton. While this is the third book in a series, but it works as a stand alone with only a few mentions of i

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Book Review: Power in Numbers: The Rebel Women of Mathematics by Tabitha Williams

2018-05-30 15:15:10

Power in Numbers: The Rebel Women of Mathematics by Tabitha Williams is a full-color, non fiction book that takes a look at the forgotten influence of women in the development of mathematics over the

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Book Review: Rescuing Rayne (Delta Force Heroes) by Susan Stoker

2018-05-29 15:01:05

Rescuing Rayne is the first book in the Delta Force Heroes series by Susan Stoker. While it is connected to her previous series, it stands up wonderfully on its own.  As a flight attendant, Rayne Jack

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Early Book Review: Johnny by Guido van Genechten

2018-05-28 15:30:23

Johnny is a picturebook written and illustrated by Guido van Genechten. It is currently scheduled for release in English on June 1 2018, but was previously published in Dutch.  Johnny is a very sweet

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Book Review: Today I'll Be a Unicorn by Dana Simpson

2018-05-25 15:30:24

Today I'll Be a Unicorn by Dana Simpson is a board book featuring the same characters the author uses in her Phoebe and Her Unicorn series of graphic novels. In the story Phoebe decides that she wants

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Early Book Review: Buzz: The Nature and Necessity of Bees by Thor Hanson

2018-05-24 14:46:28

Buzz: The Nature and Necessity of Bees by Thor Hanson is a natural history. Bees are like oxygen: ubiquitous, essential, and, for the most part, unseen. While we might overlook them, they lie at the h

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Book Review: Destination: Planet Earth by Jo Nelson, Tom Clohosy Cole

2018-05-23 13:45:54

Destination: Planet Earth is a children's non fiction book written by Jo Nelson, and illustrated by Tom Clohosy Cole. This book offers a visual field trip of our planet, from volcanoes and coursing ri