Search Results: "Lawrence Malkin"


BOOK REVIEW

NON-FICTION
Released: Oct. 12, 2006

"Gripping proof that indeed all is fair in love and war."
Seasoned journalist Malkin (The National Debt, 1987) tells the compelling story of the Third Reich's attempt to wreck the British economy by flooding Europe with millions of counterfeit British pounds. Read full book review >

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NON-FICTION
Released: March 7, 2013

"A succinct, polemical debate urging the neutralization of the power of this religious minority for the good of Israeli society."
Two engaged journalists offer an anxious look at how the "ultras" gained their troubling political supremacy over a secular state. Read full book review >

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OPPORTUNISM by Shraga F. Biran
NON-FICTION
Released: Jan. 25, 2011

"Valuable considerations to tap the latent, community-wide benefits of a newly vitalized economic terrain."
Tel Aviv-based entrepreneur/lawyer Biran explores avenues to ameliorate the vast gap between the haves and the have-nots. Read full book review >

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PINKY’S SWEET TOOTH by Michele Malkin
ANIMALS
Released: Feb. 1, 2003

"A gooey, triumphant follow-up to Alexa Brandenberg's Chop, Simmer, Season (1997), Philemon Sturges's Little Red Hen Makes a Pizza (1999), or other literary main courses. (Picture book. 6-8)"
Thanks to irrepressible optimism, clever publicity, and true love for her line of work, a shopowner turns a failing business around in this child's-eye view of Enterprise At Work. Read full book review >

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RETHINKING NARCISSISM by Craig Malkin
NON-FICTION
Released: July 7, 2015

"The author believes that anyone willing to change will be able to do so, and his reassuring tone and plethora of case histories offer considered advice and generous encouragement."
It's good to feel good about yourself. Read full book review >

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SWOON by Nina Malkin
ADVENTURE
Released: May 19, 2009

"Readers looking for another Twilight may be disappointed; while the romantic tension smolders between Sin and Dice, the sex abounds between the denizens of Swoon, with little left to the imagination in this oddly erotic outing. (Fiction. YA)"
Recently transplanted from New York City, troubled hipster and semi-psychic Candice—nicknamed Dice—is trying to make the best of her new stuffy, suburban life in Swoon, Conn. Read full book review >

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SWEAR by Nina Malkin
FANTASY
Released: Oct. 18, 2011

"With romances between supernatural creatures and humans dominating the market, this seems like a shameful ploy to draw out something that should have been left where it was—kind of like resurrecting the dead to find a potential boyfriend. (Paranormal romance. 14 & up)"
Not every teen paranormal romance requires a sequel—and this demonstrates why. Read full book review >

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LAWRENCE MILLMAN
by Gregory McNamee

In the winter of 1941, nine members of an Inuit community in a remote corner of the Hudson Bay died at the hands of three neighbors, one of whom proclaimed himself to be Jesus Christ returning at the end of days. The victims were presumed to be safe harbors for the devil, and one of the killers, a teenage girl ...


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BOOK REVIEW

STAR SCOUTS by Mike Lawrence
CHILDREN'S
Released: March 21, 2017

"All scouts—and readers—must now raise their right hands and solemnly swear to read this. (Graphic science fiction. 7-12)"
An alien abduction goes a long way toward curing Avani's new-kid blues. Read full book review >

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THE SACRED CITY by Damian Lawrence
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 29, 2011

"Blending grand-scale storytelling with deeply provocative social and spiritual themes, Lawrence could very well be the next coming of Harry Turtledove."
The second installment of Lawrence's Guardians series—following his debut novel The Guardians of Time (2011)—is equal parts epic science-fiction, time-travel adventure, historical-fiction drama and apocalyptic thriller. Read full book review >

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THIS LITTLE CHICK by John Lawrence
ANIMALS
Released: Feb. 1, 2001

"The rhyme's not a cumulative one, but there's enough repetition to encourage even reticent young listeners to chime in. (Picture book. 3-5)"
Young fans of "Old MacDonald" and similar singalongs will "Moo," "Ribbit," and "Oink" right along with this adventurous chick, who wanders away from Mother Hen to find playmates of different species. Read full book review >

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THE GREAT MIGRATION by Jacob Lawrence
BIOGRAPHY
Released: Oct. 30, 1993

"A splendid and unique visual evocation of a significant historical movement. (Nonfiction. 8+)"
Sixty paintings (tempura on gesso; originals 12'' x 18'', some vertical, some horizontal), done in 1940-41, when this fine artist was in his early 20s. Read full book review >