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Young Adult and Children’s Literature

Book Review: ‘Golden: Heart of Dread, Book 3’, The Exciting Conclusion by Melissa De La Cruz and Michael Johnston

In "Golden: Heart of Dread, Book 3" by Melissa De La Cruz and Michael Johnston, we find ourselves back in the darkened world of Nat and Wes. In the conclusion of the Heart of Dread trilogy, we find a bleakness that seems more insurmountable then all that has come before.

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Book Review: ‘Therese Makes a Tapestry’ By Alexandra S.D. Hinrichs and Illustrated by Renee Graef

'Therese Makes a Tapestry' is a wonderful reader; the Illustration is beautiful and the history takes you to a time long gone. This work is a true treasure for your child’s library.

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Book Review: ‘The Rabbit Who Wants to Go To Harvard’ A Parody by Zeldar the Great With Help From Diana Holquist and Christopher Eliopoulos

"The Rabbit Who Wants to Go To Harvard" by Zeldar The Great with help from Diana Holquist and Christopher Eliopoulos is interactive and witty. While the work is fun and zany, almost more for an adult reader, the way it is written is fun for a child.

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Book Review: ‘Flamecaster,’ A Shattered Realms Novel by Cinda Williams Chima

In Flamecaster, A Shattered Realms Novel, Author Cinda Williams Chima, introduces us to a young and powerful healer with a gift of magic named Ash. Son of the queen, he is forced into hiding after a series of murders. He is ready for revenge and is close to the man …

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Interview with Leif and Jason Grundstrom-Whitney, authors of ‘The Hidden Chalice of the Cloud People’

Like breathing, eating, brushing your teeth, writing is good hygiene for the creative soul.

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Book Review: ‘The Jericho River, A Novel About The History Of Western Civilization,’ by David W. Tollen

In "The Jericho River - A Novel About The History of Western Civilization" - David W. Tollen has created a group of characters both intriguing and eminently likable. Often the action is unbelievable, but also mythologically and historically correct in most cases.

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Interview: Donna McDine, Author of ‘Dee and Deb Off They Go Kindergarten First Day Jitters’

Interview with Donna M McDine, author of "Dee and Deb Off They Go - Kindergarten First Day Jitters": "Instilling the love of reading at a young age helps a child across the curriculum as they advance in school".

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