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 9 Lively Cat Tales
9 Lively Cat Tales and Other Pet PoemsBy: Jeffry GloverPublisher: Poems for Pleasure PressPublication Date: September 2019ISBN: 978-1948854009Reviewed by: Anita LockPoet Jeffry Glover provides middle-school-grade to adult ailurophiles with entertaining quadruped anecdotes in 9 Lively Cat Tales and Other Pet Poems.Jeffry Glover has a hankering for catchy rhymes and all things whimsical in 9 Lively Cat Tales and Other Pet Poems. The one-time school librarian and English teacher now...
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 A Dime is a Sign
A Dime is a Sign: Poems of Love and LossBy: Sherrill S. CannonPublisher: Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency, LLCPublication Date: September 2018ISBN: 978-1949483208Reviewed by: Anita LockAward-winning author Sherrill Cannon provides plenty to ponder in her next installment of poems of love and loss, A Dime is a Sign.Before Cannon's poetry turned into book form, they were first used for other purposes. While some poems focused on personal reflection, the majority were designed to...
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 A Distant Past, An Uncertain Future
A Distant Past, An Uncertain FutureBy: J.R. KleinPublisher: Del GatoPublication Date: May 2019ISBN: 978-1733906920Reviewed by: Barbara Bamberger ScottIn this new book by award-winning author J.R. Klein, a writer finds himself blocked—by tragedy, doubts, and fear—yet strange messages begin to appear, calling him to seek new adventure. Klein’s protagonist, Thomas Blake, is mad at himself for not simply writing another in the series of mystery novels that have won him, or more...
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 A Lesson For Every Child
A Lesson for Every Child: Learning About Food AllergiesBy: Sally Huss with Elizabeth Hamilton-GuarinoPublication Date: March 2020ISBN: 978-1945742583Reviewed by: Holly ConnorsReview Date: December 8, 2020Jack never wanted to be the center of attention, but in the informative children's book, A Lesson for Every Child: Learning about Food Allergies, he does just that so that he can teach the other students in his class all about food allergies.A Lesson for Every Child begins with a...
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 A Lion in the Grass
A Lion in the GrassBy: Mark ZvonkovicPublisher: Dos Perro PressPublication Date: August 2020ISBN: 978-1735275109Reviewed by: Lynette LatzkoDate: October 28, 2020Author Mark Zvonkovic undertakes a different perspective on the classic espionage novel in his latest book, A Lion in the Grass.Spanning over an impressive six decades, readers follow the life of Raymond Hatcher beginning in 1942 at the tender age of seventeen. Eager to enlist in the army, but because of his remarkable...
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 A Mistake Incomplete
A Mistake IncompleteBy: Lorenzo PetruzzielloPublisher: MagnusmadePublication Date: December 2020ISBN: 978-1735065427Reviewed by: Barbara Bamberger ScottReview Date: February 5, 2021When two old friends and sometime-lovers find one another again in Milan, the outcome could be hopeful, if both were not haunted by ghosts of the past and dangers of the present, in this dynamic dark tale by author Lorenzo Petruzziello.Why has Stef returned to the Italian city? And why has Beatrice remained there?...
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 A Multicultural Picnic
A Multicultural Picnic (Little Polyglot Adventures, Book 3)By: Victor Dias de Oliveira SantosIllustrated by: Eszter MiklósPublisher: LinguaciousPublication Date: January 2021ISBN: 978-1649620910Reviewed by: Holly ConnorsReview Date: February 2021The polyglot siblings, Isabella and Dylan, are back, along with Dylan's lovable chicken Kiki, in their latest adventure, A Multicultural Picnic.Dylan wants to sleep! It's too early to get up. So when his sister Isabella comes running into his room...
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 A Pre-Existing Condition
A Pre-Existing Condition: A Detective Ben Dailey, M.D. MysteryBy: Gene RontalPublisher: Camel PressPublication Date: January 2021ISBN: 978-1603817356Reviewed by: Barbara Bamberger ScottReview Date: February 3, 2021Ben Dailey is an MD who has taken on work as a Police Surgeon after his involvement in a crime that nearly destroyed him. Now he’s back in action and the threat is even greater – his family is being targeted in this latest offering by author Gene Rontal.Dailey is drawn into this...
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 A Prison Without Locks
A Prison Without LocksBy: David RuggerioPublisher: Black Rose WritingPublication Date: November 2020ISBN: 978-1-68433-620-3Reviewed by: Amy LignorReview Date: November 2020As a girl who grew up in one of those so-called “quaint hamlets” out there, they have personally always brought me nightmares. Although you might think they’re lovely to live in, this book actually sums them up perfectly; from the gossip mongers to the people you know who have a secret buried and you find them at bit...
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 A Reckoning in Brooklyn
A Reckoning in BrooklynBy: Michael O'KeefePublisher: Ingram SparkPublication Date: November 2019ISBN: B07YNY9GMSReviewed by: Barbara Bamberger ScottDate: January 25, 2020An unlikely pair of cops faced with an unsavory nest of unrepentant bad guys use their special skills to mop up the mess in New York City in the late 1970s.The place is Brooklyn, the neighborhood Bushwick, first settled by Germans, then inundated with Italians who gradually dominated the criminal life of the neighborhood. Then...
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