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The Color of Rock
Fiction
Ann Ronald

The Color of Rock

THE COLOR OF ROCK As a stuffy retired academic curmudgeon, I have an old-fashioned notion of what a university press should publish. Namely, any book

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Poetry
Joanne Mallari

Poets’ Guide to America

What would happen if poets conquered America? The answer to this question lies in a clever collection of poems that maps of the United States.

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Why Read or Buy Poetry?

If you don’t dress in black or hang out in coffeehouses, why would you want to read poetry? I mean really, you squeaked through all

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Louisiana's Way Home
Children’s early and middle readers
Sunny Solomon

Louisiana’s Way Home

Louisiana’s way home is longer than she thinks. Kate DiCamillo’s character Louisana Elefante is not new to her many fans who have read Raymie Nightingale

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American Zion
History
Ann Ronald

American Zion

AMERICAN ZION, CLIVE BUNDY, GOD & PUBLIC LANDS IN THE WEST American Zion: Cliven Bundy, God & Public Lands in the West unearths historic myths

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Amazon, Beauty or Beast?

I have two articles from ShelfAwareness that I’d like to share. The first is dated July 5, 2013 and is taken from an article found

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Just Because
Children’s picture books
Sunny Solomon

Just Because

JUST BECAUSE How many of us who have children in our lives remember people telling us, “Enjoy them while you can because they grow up

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Fiction
Sunny Solomon

Firmin

Don’t let the “cutesy” cover of Firmin fool you. Sam Savage’s first novel by is just about everything a serious reader, or a reader with

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