Search Results: "Bradley Malkovsky"


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BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: May 7, 2013

"Refreshingly free of self-serious dogmatism, the author's study of other religions shows how it deepened his commitment to his Christian faith."
An American Catholic theologian offers a candid memoir about his unusual spiritual journey and a plea for ecumenical tolerance. Read full book review >

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BEHAVING BRADLEY by Perry Nodelman
FICTION
Released: July 1, 1998

"In Brad's unrealistic world, he seems to count himself as the only one with any redeeming qualities—no wonder he's miserable. (Fiction. 12-15)"
Self-pitying, Holden Caulfield—wannabe Bradley Gold narrates Nodelman's tale of much ado about nothing. Read full book review >

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BRADLEY MCGOGG by Tim Beiser
ANIMALS
Released: March 10, 2009

"An amusing tale, indeed. (Picture book. 4-8)"
Picky eating has rarely been so lauded as it is in this tale of a delicate amphibian diet. Read full book review >

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BRADLEY AND THE BILLBOARD by Mame Farrell
CHILDREN'S
Released: April 22, 1998

"Bradley's first inseam measurement and his first shoot—further buttress the humor in this entertaining read. (Fiction. 8-12)"
In a fast-moving tale, Farrell (Marrying Malcolm Murgatroyd, 1995, etc.) presents a look at the stereotypes of models, fame, and vanity; refreshingly, the perspective is a boy's. Read full book review >

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A SONG FOR ISSY BRADLEY by Carys Bray
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 12, 2014

"An absorbing, beautifully written debut novel with surprising moments of humor."
When 4-year-old Issy dies of meningitis, her Mormon family struggles with sadness, doubt and faith. Read full book review >

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Released: June 1, 1991

"A shot in the arm, though, for sophisticated but not necessarily ambitious foodies."
California chef and restaurant owner Ogden goes in for humble traditions with nouvelle or just unexpected touches (grits and garlic custards; crab hash), dressed-up American regional foods (corn and chile timbale), and a few upscale imports (fresh Italian buffalo mozzarella with black olive paste). Read full book review >

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The Private Life of General Omar N. Bradley by Jeffrey D. Lavoie
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: July 1, 2015

"A rigorous yet accessible look at a misunderstood American hero."
This biography of Gen. Omar N. Bradley, one of Patton's contemporaries, explores his personal life more thoroughly than any attempted before. Read full book review >

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I KNOW SASQUATCH by Jess Bradley
CHILDREN'S
Released: Aug. 1, 2015

"Despite its clever multimedia illustrative style reminiscent of the Knuffle Bunny books, this forgettable story lacks the substance to recommend it beyond a cursory source of cuteness. (Picture book. 4-7)"
The truth about Sasquatch is revealed. Read full book review >

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Made Men by Bradley Ernst
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 4, 2016

"A haunting historical backdrop provides a base for a triad of curious but irresistible characters."
Three boys, products of a Nazi geneticist's experiment, break free from their confines, with one of them becoming a proficient killer, in the second of Ernst's (Inhumanum, 2016) thriller series.Read full book review >

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Raison d'être, II by bradley james
Released: Jan. 4, 2014

"A collection that's repetitive and vague at times, but bolstered by vivid imagery and compelling invitations to contemplation."
An imaginative, atmospheric follow-up to James' poetry collection Raison d'etre, I (2014). Read full book review >

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SPEAKING FROM AMONG THE BONES by Alan Bradley
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Feb. 5, 2013

"The Flavia bandwagon rolls on: Not only will she star in five more novels, but she'll also shine in several made-for-television films."
Irrepressible Flavia de Luce, the self-taught whiz kid who adores cyanide and has a soft spot for strychnine, confronts lead poisoning. Read full book review >

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WE CAN ALL DO BETTER by Bill Bradley
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: May 8, 2012

"An important contribution to the national discussion with appeal to independents as well as the more traditionally party-minded."
The three-term Democratic senator shares his political perspective and primary concerns for the United States. Read full book review >