Search Results: "Kathleen C. Winters"


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ANNE MORROW LINDBERGH by Kathleen C.  Winters
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Nov. 1, 2006

"A perfectly calibrated tribute to an early heroine of the air."
Pilot and aviation historian Winters focuses on the neglected subject of Mrs. Lindbergh's work as copilot, navigator and radio operator on pioneering flights exploring air routes for the infant airline industry. Read full book review >

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BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Dec. 1, 2010

"The author's knowledge of aviation history renders this a proficient chronicle of women in flight."
Brisk life of the famed aviator who is more often taken to task for her sloppy technique than lauded for her bravery. Read full book review >

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SOMETHING ROTTEN IS IN THE STATE OF OREGON
by Jennie K.

BOOK REPORT for The Steep and Thorny Way by Cat Winters

Cover Story: Not So Fancy Dress

BFF Charm: Platinum Edition

Swoonworthy Scale: 3

Talky Talk: Something Rotten Is In The State of Oregon

Bonus Factors: Shakespearean Retelling, Post-WWI History, Future Lawyer

Relationship Status: The Very Ecstasy Of Love

 

Cover Story: Not So Fancy Dress

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BOOK REVIEW

IN THE SHADOW OF BLACKBIRDS by Cat Winters
YOUNG ADULT
Released: April 2, 2013

"Vintage photographs contribute to the authenticity of the atmospheric and nicely paced storytelling. (Historical fiction. 12 & up)"
A bright young woman is caught between science and spiritualism in her quest to make sense of a world overcome with war and disease in 1918 California. Read full book review >

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Unexpected Magic by Charli Winters
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Sept. 11, 2014

"A bold stroll through a fantasy kingdom, featuring a story of young love."
In this debut YA fantasy novel, several teenagers develop special abilities that may connect them to an ancient race of dragon-riders. Read full book review >

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Sabbatical of the Mind by David Winters
Released: July 20, 2016

"A helpful and funny book about the many benefits, spiritual and otherwise, that can come from escaping workplace stress."
A successful government employee leaves his job to find renewed interest in both life and faith. Read full book review >

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ABE LINCOLN by Kay Winters
ANIMALS
Released: Jan. 1, 2003

"Columba in The Man Who Loved Books (1981). (Picture book/biography. 7-9)"
In a moving tribute to the power of books and words, Winters (But Mom, Everyone Else Does, p. 1239, etc.) introduces a young backwoods child who watched "peddlers, pioneers, / politicians, traders, slaves / pass by," down the old Cumberland Trail, until "his ideas stretched. / His questions rose. / His dreams were stirred"—and he was caught with a love of learning that carried him "from the wilderness / to the White House." Read full book review >

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WHOOO'S HAUNTING THE TEENY TINY GHOST? by Kay Winters
Released: Aug. 31, 1999

"Munsinger's merry illustrations, overflowing with many humorous touches, contribute to this gleefully boisterous tale. (Picture book. 3-8)"
PLB 0-06-027359-3 The timorous specter from this team's The Teeny Tiny Ghost (1998) reappears for a thrilling, hair-raising adventure. Read full book review >

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VOICES FROM THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD by Kay Winters
CHILDREN'S
Released: Jan. 9, 2018

"A good step-by-step portrayal of the dangers slaves were willing to risk for freedom and the complex, lifesaving organization that was the Underground Railroad. (historical notes, note from the author, references) (Picture book/poetry. 6-10)"
Jeb and Mattie, siblings living under slavery on a Maryland plantation, tell their story of escape on the Underground Railroad. Read full book review >