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 When I Meet You
When I Meet You (Tree of Life Series, Book 3)By: Olivia NewportPublisher: Shiloh Run PressPublication: May 2020ISBN: 978-1-68322-996-4Reviewed by: Diane LunsfordReview Date: June 18, 2020Olivia Newport serves up a delicious treat for her audience with the third book in her Tree of Life Series: When I Meet You.Jillian Parisi-Duffy embraces her work as a genealogist. One of the most rewarding parts is when she can step back and admire the finished product from the fruits of her labor. After...
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 When Life Was Like a Cucumber
When Life Was like a CucumberBy: Greg WyssPublisher: Page PublishingPublication Date: February 2019ISBN: 978-1-64462-166-0Reviewed by: Amy LignorReview Date: July 2020This review has to begin this way because, quite frankly, people who were born after the psychedelic decade that was the 60’s are really going to be mad at their parents after reading this book. Tis’ true, readers. I had the 80’s to grow up in. You know...Reagan, heavy metal, hair bands, and that silly New Coke—a brand...
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 When the Rules Don't Apply
When the Rules Don't ApplyBy: Gerard ShirarPublisher: iUniversePublication Date: December 2017ISBN: 978-1532036699Reviewed by: Barbara Bamberger ScottSometimes the law of the land gives way to the law of the jungle; in this gripping crime novel, author Gerard Shirar shows both, up close and at times, very ugly.Timothy Flaherty and Donny Faye were friends all through elementary and high school, their main link being sports. Timmy knew Donny was different from him - sometimes he had marks on his...
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 Where Eagles Never Flew
Where Eagles Never Flew: A Battle of Britain NovelBy: Helena P. SchraderPublished by: Cross Seas PressPublication Date: November 2020ISBN: 978-1-7353139-4-8Reviewed by: Amy LignorReview Date: November 15, 2020I’m absolutely giddy about the decision to re-release this book. Why? Simply because if you did not get the chance to enjoy this spectacular read when it was titled Chasing the Wind: A Story of British and German Pilots in the Battle of Britain a few years back, then you now have the...
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 Where'd My Jo Go?
Where'd My Jo Go?By: Jill EsbaumIllustrated by: Scott BrundagePublisher: Sleeping Bear PressPublication Date: April 2020ISBN: 978-1534110441Reviewed by: Ellen FeldReview Date: March 17, 2020A trucker and her beloved dog make a great team and love traveling the roads together. But when the dog gets mistakenly left behind at a rest stop, the clock is ticking to see if the two will be reunited.Big Al is a cute little dog (big in spirit, but tiny in size) who is loved and adored by Jo, his very...
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 Who's First?: Chicken and Egg Book 1
Who's First?: Chicken and Egg Book 1By: Deborah StevensonIllustrated by: David StedmondPublisher: Frog Prince BooksPublication Date: April 2020ISBN: 978-1732541030Reviewed by: Ellen FeldReview Date: March 2020Children's book author Deborah Stevenson offers readers a "laugh-out-loud" funny book with her latest offering, Who's First?: Chicken and Egg Book 1.Chicken and Egg are the very best of friends. They love to hang out together and do all sorts of interesting things. When we first meet...
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 Why Did Chicken Cross the Road?
Why Did Chicken Cross the Road?: Chicken and Egg Book 2By: Deborah StevensonIllustrated by: David StedmondPublisher: Frog Prince BooksPublication Date: November 2020ISBN: 978-1732541078Reviewed by: Ellen FeldReview Date: December 2020Chicken and Egg are at it again - this time as they try to solve the age-old question of why did the chicken, or in this case Chicken with a capital "C," cross the road?As the story opens, best-buddies Chicken and Egg are walking along the sidewalk, deep in...
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 Wind: A Tragicomedic Tale of Trials and Errors
WIND: A Tragicomedic Tale of Trials & ErrorsBy: Simon PlasterPublisher: Mossik PressPublication Date: September 2019ISBN: 978-0-9994185-3-6Reviewed by: Amy LignorSimon Plaster’s bevy of tales when it comes to his girl, Henrietta Hebert from Henryetta, Oklahoma, have ascended in many readers’ minds to sit among the “best of the best.” His is humor to the most brilliant degree and, if questioned, it’s easy to state (which this reviewer has done before), that this author is the...
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 Witches Protection Program
Witches Protection ProgramBy: Michael OkonPublisher: WordFire Press, LLCPublication Date: June 3, 2019ISBN: 978-1-61475-994-2Reviewed by: Amy LignorIt's about time that the world was made aware of all those good witches out there (in this book, referred to as the "Davinas"), and how desperately they need protection from their bad brethren (named the "Willa"). And here, they are offered help from none other than a law enforcement agency. This is the plot of Witches Protection Program, a story...
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 With Love, Grandma
With Love, GrandmaBy: Helen Foster JamesIllustrated by: Petra BrownPublisher: Sleeping Bear PressPublication Date: July 2018ISBN: 978-1585369423Reviewed by: Ellen FeldThere's nothing like the special love a grandmother has for her grandchildren, and in With Love, Grandma, author Helen Foster James brings that love to the page through the use of an adorable pair of hedgehogs.With Love, Grandma begins with Grandmother Hedgehog in her car, with a cute little camper attached to the back, waving...
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