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Book Review: The Wild Rose by Jennifer Donnelly

Jennifer Donnelly concludes her multi-generational epic with The Wild Rose, sequel to The Tea Rose and The Winter Rose. Read More »

Book Review: The Summer Garden: A Love Story by Paullina Simons

Closes the epic Tatiana and Alexander trilogy with unpredictable romantic melodrama. Read More »

Book Review: Down from Cascom Mountain by Ann Joslin Williams

A haunting character study, Down from Cascom Mountain is an evocative summer read for people in love with the beautiful, stately mountains of New Hampshire. Read More »

DVD Review: Eco School House

DVD describes how the community of Columbia, Missouri played a vital role in helping solve our global environmental challenges when it banded together in 2008 to build a sustainable future for its children. Read More »

Book Review: The Story of Beautiful Girl by Rachel Simon

Rachel Simon, bestselling author of Riding the Bus with My Sister captivates in The Story of Beautiful Girl. A couple with disabilities overcome obstacles to locate their lost child. Read More »

Music Review: James Carter – Caribbean Rhapsody

Celebrating their decade-long collaboration, James Carter and Roberto Sierra meld jazz and classical styles on this “something for everyone” CD. Read More »

Book Review: The New Holistic Way for Dogs & Cats – The Stress-Health Connection by Paul McCutcheon, DVM, and Susan Weinstein

Veterinarian Paul McCutcheon reveals how stress and diet can affect pets. Read More »

Book Review: Anything Goes Songbook by Cole Porter

To celebrate the opening of the revival of the beloved musical, Alfred publishes a new songbook, Anything Goes (2011 Revival Edition). Read More »

Book Review: The Bronze Horseman by Paullina Simons

Called a cross between Gone with the Wind and Dr. Zhivago, The Bronze Horseman is a romance set against the backdrop of the Nazi siege of Leningrad. Read More »

Love to Read Books? The Face of Reading is Shape Shifting

Remember those charming libraries in mansions well-stocked with books? Times are changing in the book world. Read More »