Search Results: "Yasmine Surovec"


BOOK REVIEW

MY PET HUMAN by Yasmine Surovec
CHILDREN'S
Released: Aug. 4, 2015

"This series opener is a must for young humans owned by furry masters. (Graphic/fiction hybrid. 6-10)"
Taking care of a human has its benefits, but is it better than being an unattached pussycat? Read full book review >

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A BED FOR KITTY by Yasmine Surovec
CHILDREN'S
Released: Sept. 23, 2014

"While cat lovers will respond to the 'aww' factor here, this outing will not, unlike the first, stand up to repeated readings. (Picture book. 3-6)"
In this slight follow-up to I See Kitty (2013), Chloe's new kitty has made herself at home, draping herself almost everywhere for her catnaps. Read full book review >

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I SEE KITTY by Yasmine Surovec
CHILDREN'S
Released: Sept. 24, 2013

"This bit of wish-fulfillment is, frankly, as irresistible as a kitty's belly. (Picture book. 2-5)"
A little girl asks for a kitten but is told, "Not today, Chloe." Readers then discover what Chloe loves about kitties and how much she wants one, a wish that leads the single-minded toddler to see cats everywhere for the rest of the day. Read full book review >

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MY PET HUMAN TAKES CENTER STAGE by Yasmine Surovec
CHILDREN'S
Released: March 21, 2017

"Sure to please newly independent readers who are pussycat pals. (Graphic/fiction hybrid. 6-9)"
What is this "school" place little humans go to? Don't they realize their feline owners are more important? Read full book review >

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SOULJACKER by Yasmine Galenorn
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 7, 2017

"A well-plotted introduction to an interesting paranormal version of Seattle that only needs well-developed protagonists with rich interior lives to suck readers in."
First in Galenorn's (Blood Music, 2016, etc.) new urban fantasy series, featuring a succubus who runs a sex salon where a psychotic vampire has taken his first victim. Read full book review >

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CHRONICLE OF A LAST SUMMER by Yasmine El Rashidi
Released: June 28, 2016

"An atmospheric kaleidoscope about survival and the moments that, together, become movements."
A woman endures three decades of change and revolution, as seen through her account of three pivotal summers—1984, 1998, and 2014—spent in her family's Cairo home. Read full book review >