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I REALLY HAVE TO GO! by Fiona Rempt
CHILDREN'S
Released: Oct. 2, 2010

"Look for winces of sympathy and steady streams of laughter from young readers. (iPad storybook app. 4-6)"
Bladder pressure drives a lad to desperate measures in this short but suspenseful import. Read full book review >

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Released: July 29, 1964

"An eminent cast of contributors here — Theodore Sturgeon; J.G. Ballard; Poul Anderson; Mark Rose, Peter Phillips; Murray Leinster; Alfred Bester; and Arthur C. Clarke — are an assurance of literate entertainment."
This third anthology of stories and novellas projects a good deal of the new phenomenology through skyscapes from here to the moon. Read full book review >

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SPECTRUM V by Kingsley Amis
Released: March 22, 1967

"The authors represented are F.L. Wallace, Walter M. Miller, Raymond F. Jones, James H. Schmitz, Tom Godwin, Theodore L. Thomas, Paul Ash and Richard Ashby."
The fifth in a popular, intelligent series this contains eight short science fiction stories all ending, happily enough on an optimistic note. Read full book review >

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SPECTRUM IV by Kingsley Amis
Released: Aug. 11, 1965

"Mostly marvelous."
Starting off with some pleasant patter (taped) between the authors and C.S. Lewis, this collection launches into fifteen diversified stories, most of which are well above average while several seem to be vying for the far-outsmanship award. Read full book review >

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FULL SPECTRUM 2 by Lou Aronica
Released: April 20, 1989

A large collection of 27 stories ranging, as the title implies, from science fiction through fantasy and magic realism to mainstream religious, and from famous names to unknowns making debuts. Read full book review >

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COLOURS IN THE SPECTRUM by Jayant Swamy
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 16, 2013

"A quietly dynamic novel about the power of love, faith and friendship."
This debut novel follows four Indian college friends who, despite their disappointing lives, reconnect in modern India while trying to find purpose and direction. Read full book review >

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Released: July 25, 2006

"No story here will raise a blush—there's no explicit sex—but this emotionally spicy collection will inspire identification, compassion and hope in readers queer or not. (Nonfiction. YA)"
Forty essays by 13- to 23-year-olds range from sweet to salty to bitter—the flavors of growing up gay, lesbian or transgender in the contemporary world. Read full book review >

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ON THE SPECTRUM by Jennifer Gold
YOUNG ADULT
Released: Sept. 12, 2017

"A light examination of the intersection of two disabilities with family dynamics, with a sweet splash of page-turning melodrama. (Fiction. 12-16)"
A teenage girl with an eating disorder spends a summer abroad with her autistic brother. Read full book review >

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NON-FICTION
Released: April 28, 2015

"Great depth and breadth for subject matter that calls for nothing less."
Far-reaching exploration of science, the mind, and the meaning of life. Read full book review >

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FULL SPECTRUM 4 by Lou Aronica
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 16, 1993

"High standards maintained: the fourth in this series is as thematically diverse, well crafted, and imaginative as ever."
Another noteworthy entry in this laudable series of original anthologies, this one comprising 19 stories—one a translation from the French—and a poem from Ursula K. LeGuin. Read full book review >

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FULL SPECTRUM 5 by Jennifer Hershey
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Aug. 1, 1995

"High standards maintainedremarkably enough, considering the all-new editorial lineup in this fifth of the series."
This hitherto splendid series (previous entry 1993) emphasizes diversity in theme and approach. Read full book review >