Search Results for: Little, Brown

Children’s early and middle readers
Joanne Mallari

When Did You See Her Last?

When Did You See Her Last? All the Wrong Questions To stop publishing Lemony Snicket—now that would be an unfortunate event. Fortunately, Little, Brown and

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Historical Fiction
Ann Ronald

Widow

WIDOW A classic cast of characters populates Sara Dahmen’s novel, Widow. The naïve easterner, a winsome heroine headed West for reasons revealed only piecemeal as

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Fiction
Vivienne French

The Goldfinch

Big book (784 pages!), big story. I was initially daunted by its size, but once into it, I couldn’t put it down. The Goldfinch is

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Autobiography/Memoir
Sunny Solomon

The Thanksgiving Visitor

My annual reading of Truman Capote’s beloved story of the spirit of giving is my bellwether that Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade cannot be far away.

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Children’s picture books
Sunny Solomon

A Night of Tamales & Roses

A Night of Tamales & Roses is at its simplest, a story of stage fright. It is also the story of little Ana Luisa, whose

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Fiction
Dan Erwine

Drood

There’s something strangely familiar about Dan Simmons’ Drood. In mid-nineteenth century England Charles Dickens and William Wilkie Collins were successful writers and good friends. They

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History
Sunny Solomon

German Voices

The reader who recalls Frederic Tubach’s and Bernard Rosner’s movingly honest memoir, An Uncommon Friendship, should not pass up Tubach’s latest book, German Voices. The

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This 'N That
Sunny Solomon

Summer Horse People

I just finished reading Lord of Misrule and it proves what I’ve known since I was a kid: nothing beats a good horse story. The characters

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Astray
Fiction
Ann Ronald

Astray

ASTRAY Emma Donoghue has concocted a collection of short stories that consider a single innovative theme. Astray features a diverse set of characters who have

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STARS cover
Children’s picture books
Aubrey Siino

Stars

This book is for the stargazer at heart. Stars captivates the reader and the listener turning both into viewers with its beautiful illustrations. The author,

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

Girl in the Blue Coat

When I reached page 239 of Monica Hesse’s 301 page novel, Girl in the Blue Coat, I thought to myself that the story should have

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Fiction
Sunny Solomon

The Untold

It’s been a long time since I’ve opened a book and literally fallen into its story. Courtney Collins’s debut novel, The Untold, is such a

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Fiction
Susan Cornfield

The Bear

Instinct: A way of behaving, thinking, or feeling that is not learned; a natural desire or tendency that makes you want to act in a

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