Search Results: "Lucy March"


BOOK REVIEW

THAT TOUCH OF MAGIC by Lucy March
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 28, 2014

"Touching, sexy and enchanting."
Despite the potential dangers of magic, recently laid-off librarian Stacy Easter starts mixing potions for income, and when her ex Leo North comes back to town, she takes a potion herself—opening her town and herself to an evil and destructive dark magic. Read full book review >

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A LITTLE NIGHT MAGIC by Lucy March
Released: Feb. 1, 2012

"Although Olivia's fierce refusal to succumb to common sense is at times exasperating, March's story is original, funny and much more satisfying than the standard girl-meets-boy story."
Readers will find themselves charmed by the quirky inhabitants of Nodaway Falls and the little bit of magic that comes their way in March's novel. Read full book review >

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DREAMWEAVER TRAIL by Emily March
ROMANCE
Released: May 27, 2014

"Smoothly written, with appealing characters and an engaging storyline, this will surely be a winner with romance fans."
After a professional tragedy, Gabi Romano can't decide what to do next and escapes winter in Eternity Springs, Colo., for a temporary dogsitting job in the Caribbean. Read full book review >

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AN UNEASY ALLIANCE by JD March
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 9, 2015

"Strictly for die-hard fans who won't mind that even the shootouts are rushed and muddled."
Gunslinger Johnny Fierro's rebirth as John Sinclair, son of a New Mexico rancher, is complete. Or is it? Read full book review >

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FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 2, 2011

"Each sister's story reveals the competing desires that both invite love and provoke jealousy."
Amid the turmoil of the final days of King Edward's reign, who will succeed to the throne? Read full book review >

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MAISY'S CHRISTMAS TREE by Lucy Cousins
CHILDREN'S
Released: Sept. 1, 2014

"Toddlers celebrating the holiday will enjoy opening this Christmas present again and again. (Board book, 18 mos.-3)"
Maisy, Cousins' iconic mouse, decorates a Christmas tree with her entourage in this simple holiday offering. Read full book review >

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MAISY GROWS A GARDEN by Lucy Cousins
CHILDREN'S
Released: Feb. 26, 2013

"Helpful groundbreaking for budding gardeners, despite moving parts that are far from toddler-proof. (Pop up/picture book. 3-4)"
Not Maisy's first garden but perhaps her most bountiful. Read full book review >

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A LITTLE BOOK OF SLOTH by Lucy Cooke
CHILDREN'S
Released: March 5, 2013

"While Cooke's intentions are commendable, the main message she unintentionally conveys is that too much cuteness can be cloying—and counterproductive. (Informational picture book. 6-8)"
Children might enjoy the myriad pictures of cute critters in this photo essay set at the Aviarios del Caribe sloth sanctuary, but it's not likely they'll sit still long enough to listen to the text. Read full book review >

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PECK, PECK, PECK by Lucy Cousins
CHILDREN'S
Released: Aug. 6, 2013

"From the sunny, see-through cover to the final bedtime snuggle, this day in the life of an overachiever (naughty by human standards) is sure to generate chortles and great interest. (Picture book. 2-4)"
The young woodpecker featured in this tale is a quick study: After one lesson from his daddy, he's ready to practice pecking on his own. Read full book review >

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SWEET DREAMS, MAISY by Lucy Cousins
ADVENTURE
Released: Oct. 1, 2005

"A welcome addition to the legion of Maisy adventures. (Picture book. 2-5)"
Cousins produces a sweet evening serenade for toddlers. Read full book review >

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I SPY A FREIGHT TRAIN by Lucy Micklethwait
CHILDREN'S
Released: Aug. 1, 1996

"Like the others in Micklethwait's I Spy series, this is a book of myriad charms that engages readers on multiple levels; it's a refreshing change from Where's Waldo? and other titles of that ilk. (Picture book. 6-10)"
Who has not played, as children and with children, the game of ``I spy?'' Micklethwait (I Spy a Lion, 1994, etc.) once again turns that game into an enthralling search into the heart of paintings. Read full book review >