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Trusting Calvin – Max Edelman
October 20, 2015
In the midst of starvation, disease, random shootings, and trigger-happy guards, any person surviving the Holocaust has an incredible story of how he (or she) defied the odds. Surviving the Holocaust with a disability? An...
Chivalrous – Review (Sleiman)
September 5, 2015
Chivalrous is the second book in the Valiant Hearts series by Dina L. Sleiman, with the first being Dauntless. Gwendolyn Barnes is a child of title, her father being the noble, but...
The Kite Runner (Hosseini) – Review
October 9, 2014
“For you, a thousand times over!” I read The Fault in Our Stars before The Kite Runner and I found it pretty shallow, and I didn't feel I got anything out of it. I...
Conform (Beck) – Review
September 27, 2014
CONFORM by Glenn Beck really does what the education industry what Food Inc. did for the food industry - completely exposes everything. It definitely is eye-opening, and is packed with a...
The Boy on the Wooden Box (Leyson)- Review
September 15, 2014
Not even the scariest of fairy tales could have prepared me for the monsters I would confront while just a boy of ten...or for the hero, disguised as a monster himself,...
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