Search Results: "T. S. Spookytooth"


BOOK REVIEW

FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 18, 2014

"Compelling and well-researched, yet not quite relatable."
A fictionalized account of the Apostle Thomas' travels following Jesus' Crucifixion. Read full book review >

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WASHINGTON'S CIRCLE by David S. Heidler
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: March 17, 2015

"A fluid work of historical research and engaging biography."
An elegant study on the shaping of the first presidency through the excellent people he chose to serve with him. Read full book review >

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Stepping Out by S. T. Stone
NON-FICTION
Released: July 29, 2015

"An unassuming faith memoir and handbook for curious Christians."
From debut author Stone, a beginner's guide to the basics of the Christian faith. Read full book review >

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Creole Moon by S. T. Holmes
FICTION & LITERATURE

"Vividly rendered gothic settings and intriguing characters help advance the historical and supernatural elements despite weak editing that trips up the narrative momentum."
In Holmes' paranormal fantasy, a Confederate officer's attraction to a mysterious, beautiful woman leads him into the mystical world of voodoo. Read full book review >

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Miracles, Mysteries, Death and Dying and Other Supernatural Events by S. T. Ola. Akande
ESSAYS & ANTHOLOGIES
Released: Aug. 6, 2013

"An intriguing, if occasionally problematic, compendium that presents a distinctly Nigerian view of the supernatural."
Akande tells numerous tales of his and others' supernatural experiences in Nigeria. Read full book review >

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SALLY'S BONES by MacKenzie  Cadenhead
ANIMALS
Released: Sept. 20, 2011

"A silly, deliberately histrionic but surprisingly suspenseful preteen tale of despair, deception and redemption with a canine character straight out of a Tim Burton flick. (Melodrama. 9-12)"
Poised to give up the ghost, a lonely little girl finds a reason to live when she discovers a canine crony with a graveyard past. Read full book review >

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BONE BY BONE by Sara Levine
CHILDREN'S
Released: Oct. 1, 2013

"Amusing enough, but there is little intellectual meat on these bones. (more about bones and vertebrates, glossary, further reading) (Informational picture book. 5-9)"
An intriguing combination of questions, answers and playful illustrations presents the comparative anatomy of animals, based on their bones, in an original way, with mixed results. Read full book review >

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TOOTH BY TOOTH by Sara Levine
CHILDREN'S
Released: March 1, 2016

"As they did in Bone by Bone: Comparing Animal Skeletons, Levine and Spookytooth successfully combine science fact, interactive fun, and giggle-inducing pictures. (additional facts, glossary, bibliography, Web resources) (Informational picture book. 5-9)"
Adopting an interactive, question-and-answer approach, Levine introduces children to common characteristics and variations in the teeth of mammals. Read full book review >

BOOK REVIEW

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: May 18, 2010

"A distinguished addition to the recent run of outstanding antebellum histories and biographies."
A comprehensive biography of Lincoln's political idol, the man said to have declared, "I had rather be right than be President." Read full book review >

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THE CONSERVANCY by T. T.  Escurel
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 11, 2013

"Suspenseful, efficiently written YA."
Entertaining, plot-driven YA sci-fi that blends time travel with ethics and humor. Read full book review >

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6 BOOKS FOR EARLY 2017
by Ana Grilo

Who’s excited that 2016 is coming to an end soon? I know I am, and I already started wish-listing all the awesome-looking 2017 releases and preparing my challenges and goals for 2017. One of them is to continue my Time Travel Project (in which I read as many books featuring time travel as I can, old and new) and the ...


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JOHN T. EDGE
by Megan Labrise

John T. Edge’s The Potlikker Papers: A Food History of the Modern South is no mere paean to peanuts, homage to hominy, and laudation to lard. Like the nutritive broth for which it’s named, this title is more substantive than it appears at a glance.

“One the primary aims of my book,” says Edge, a native Georgian who lives ...


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