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Book Review: ‘The Mutual Admiration Society,’ A Young Adult Novel by Lesley Kagen

In 'The Mutual Admiration Society,' Leslie Kagen takes us into the past and into the life of a family that struggles just as many others of the time do. But she also shows us the often fun hijinks of children as they find ways to enjoy their time away from school and often parental influence.

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Book Review: ‘Pearl’, A Novel by Deidre Riordan Hall

In "Pearl" by Deidre Riordan Hall, we follow the life and exploits of Pearl Jaeger, a young woman who is on her own and homeless at a time most are dreaming of their first prom. Pearl has grown up with the privilege of having a rock star as a mother, but JJ has become the product of her life.

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Book Review: ‘The Thing Is,’ A Novel by Kathleen Gerard

In "The Thing" Is by Kathleen Gerard, we meet an animal that is more than the norm, much more. Prozac , our protagonist, has an amazingly high IQ and a spiritual wisdom that guides him. He is now fixated on working his magic and bringing his new charge back to life, and she has no say in his decision to move forward.

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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: ‘ Confessions of an Imaginary Friend, A Memoir by Jacques Paper,’ As Told to Michelle Cuevas

Confessions of an Imaginary Friend is just a wickedly funny and fun look at what happens when the imaginary discovers that they are imaginary.

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Book Review: ‘Stolen, Heart of Dread’ A YA Fantasy by Melissa De La Cruz and Michael Johnston.

If you enjoy fantasy and danger, threaded with mystery and adventure you will love the characters in this tale. The second of a series it still reads well on its own, and you will find that Wes and his erstwhile friends are a mix of fear and courage. It is when they are all together the courage becomes fierce, and when one of their friends comes into trouble, you see what makes them who they are.

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