Search Results: "Jeremy Vineyard"


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Stormwinter by Jeremy Vineyard
Released: Nov. 10, 2010

"Deep myths and thrilling magic that will excite young readers."
This intense young-adult epic pits a group of teens against demons, deities and the forces of nature. Read full book review >

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Released: June 1, 2003

"The story catches the pioneer feel of the venture: plain, fraught, moments when Hargrave thinks she's the luckiest person in the world, and then the opposing winds—personal, meteorological, economic—that buffet all settlers to new country."
The folksy but original story of bringing into existence Long Island's first fine winery. Read full book review >

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JEREMY THRANE by Kate Christensen
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 7, 2001

"Credible? Just barely. Fun? Immensely. As a chronicler of hip urban travails, Christensen (In the Drink, 1999) is first-rate."
A spirited take on the oft-told tale of a life falling apart, then patching itself together again: witty, humane, romantic, and just gossipy enough to keep you flipping pages. Read full book review >

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JEREMY NORBECK by Sydney Dunlap
Released: March 31, 2014

"A highly appealing novel for tweens about a resourceful animal lover and his family and friends, infused with gentle humor and informative tidbits about animals of all kinds."
In this engaging middle-grade novel, a fifth-grader tries to find a way to earn money for the upkeep of his assorted pets. Read full book review >

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VINEYARD BLUES by Philip R. Craig
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: June 5, 2000

"Could J.W. and his beloved Vineyard (A Fatal Vineyard Season, 1999, etc.) one day take on a whiteknuckled, hardedged case?"
Martha's Vineyard has not yet been overrun by tourists in June, although the college kids who staff the restaurants and fill the bars have rented every available living space, including the overpriced, undermaintained group houses owned by Ben Krane. Read full book review >

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JEREMY BIGGS by Joan Schmeichel
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 26, 2017

"Splendid and enchanting, this book offers a sad, sweet, and entertaining time-travel story."
Sent away for the summer, a high schooler finds his life changed forever by what he discovers in the woods near his grandparents' house in this YA novel. Read full book review >

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JEREMY STONE by Lesley Choyce
YOUNG ADULT
Released: March 15, 2014

"Despite a disappointing ending, an intricate story that opens up the universe of troubled silence. (Verse/fiction. 14-18)"
Just like a geode, Jeremy Stone appears unremarkable on the outside, while his inner life shimmers with the complexity of glittering crystals. Read full book review >

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JEREMY FISHER by Beatrix Potter
CHILDREN'S
Released: Feb. 18, 2011

"High production values and a story-centered design give this a leg up over flashier, more game-like e-books. (iPad storybook app. 4-8)"
Potter's tale of a hapless frog who sets out to catch a minnow for dinner and almost ends up being dinner himself gets several useful extras in this unabridged app. It also receives a design upgrade that increases the original's cramped trim size and eliminates its blank pages while pairing text and pictures more closely together. Read full book review >

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JEREMY KOOLOO by Tim Mahurin
ABC BOOKS
Released: Feb. 1, 1995

"A book idiosyncratic enough, beguiling enough, to become a staple of the ABC canon. (Picture book. 2-5)"
Jeremy Kooloo, the cat, loves milk. Read full book review >

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VINEYARD CHILL by Philip R. Craig
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: June 1, 2008

"J.W.'s last case (Vineyard Stalker, 2007, etc.) combines Craig's trademark tour of Martha's Vineyard, a sprinkling of recipes and enough mystery and excitement to please. Both the author and his unflappable hero will be missed."
An old friend's visit brings both pleasure and danger to Craig's laid-back ex-policeman on his twilight tour of Martha's Vineyard. Read full book review >

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VINEYARD PREY by Philip R. Craig
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: June 7, 2005

"Fans of Craig's usual sedate fare (A Vineyard Killing, 2003, etc.) should know that this installment is more thriller than mystery. But real page-turners have more action and less cooking, fishing and philosophizing."
"Shoulder season" on Martha's Vineyard is time for a little scalloping until ex-cop J.W. Jackson's placid life is disturbed by the advent of an assassin. Read full book review >