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Ten Count Volume 5 by Rihito Takarai

Ten Count continues directly where volume 4 left off, with Shirotano and Kurose dealing with the repercussions of being stuck in an elevator together. While we are thankfully finally given some of Kurose’s backstory, a lot (probably too much) of … Continue reading

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Copperhead Part 2 by Jay Faerber, Scott Godlewski, Ron Riley

Copperhead Part 2 continues right into the story begun in the first book, completing the Sewell family story arc. The ending leaves us with a teaser that trouble is coming for Clara Bronson and the massacre of the Sewell family … Continue reading

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John Shaw’s Guide to Digital Nature Photography by John Shaw

John Shaw’s Guide to Digital Nature Photography is thorough, comprehensive, and beautifully photographed. The author has written several previous books on the subject and it shows –  this newest iteration really embraces the digital era while also answering about any … Continue reading

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Super Shark Encyclopedia by DK Books

Super Shark Encyclopedia truly lives up to its name – beautifully presented, mountains of facts, and information intelligently ordered to make this a book children can grow with – from basic information suitable for grade school interspersed with more detailed … Continue reading

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How Your Child to Thrive by Liane Brouilette

Help Your Child To Thrive is a treatise explorating the issues of the public school system in the United States and how it affects children. Problems such as belonging, bullying, and other soft issues are discussed through other writing and … Continue reading

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Class Dismissed by Allan Woodrow

Class Dismissed is an engaging elementary/middle school read about a class of students who find themselves without a teacher – and then try to hide that situation from school, other classmates, and parents so they can have a long school … Continue reading

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Anything Could Happen by Will Walton

Anything Can Happen is a decently written coming out story that eschews a traditional happily ever after ending in favor of slice of life sweetness. Main character Tretch is a nice guy navigating through life with a supportive family and … Continue reading

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