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Children’s early and middle readers
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The Apothecary

Award winning novelist Maile Meloy, in her first novel for young readers (10 and up), has written something amazing. The Apothecary is the story of

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Children’s early and middle readers
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Bull Rider

Hands down, Bull Rider is the best all around family read that I’ve had the pleasure of reviewing this year. Suzanne Morgan Williams has written

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The Language of Flowers
Fiction
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The Language of Flowers

THE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS Vanessa Diffenbaugh, based on her debut novel The Language of Flowers, is an author to remember. If her opening sentence: “For

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These Is My Words
Historical Fiction
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These is My Words

These is My Words has been out since 2008, so my wholehearted two thumbs up for this book may seem a day late and a

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Fiction
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Tahoe Hijack

Now I’m hooked. One mystery is never enough, literary or noir, look-out-here-comes-a-bullet or the forensics of a TV crime show, this is fun, entertaining reading.

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A Death in Summer
Mystery
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A Death In Summer

A DEATH IN SUMMER For those of us who tend to read lighter at this time of year, summer can only mean a plethora of

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Fiction
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The Help

THE HELP Kathryn Stockett‘s debut novel, The Help, is so popular (my recently purchased copy was a seventh edition of the paperback) that another positive

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Humor
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The Heming Way

There are books read and reviewed by this writer that ought to come under a heading like, “Not for Everyone.” Who does the reviewer address

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Fiction
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Vaclav & Lena

Haley Tanner has written a small gem of a debut novel in Vaclav & Lena. If you have ever loved the girl or boy next

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French Lessons
Fiction
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French Lessons

Ah, a bit of fluff, this French Lessons, A Novel? Not just French, but Paris lessons? We know it’s Paris from the book’s cover; the

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