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A Short History of Nearly Everything
Bill Bryon is most well-known for his exceedingly funny travelogues, but A Short History of Nearly Everything is his first foray into science writing. In the intro, he describes growing up suspecting …
reviewed The Spellman Files. June 17, 2010
The Spellman Files
The book kicks off with a fun concept: the introduction of Isabel Spellman, who has been employed by her parents’ San Francisco private investigation firm, along with her two siblings, since the …
reviewed Fever 1793. June 17, 2010
Fever 1793
I found this historical YA novel by Laurie Halse Anderson to be a quick, engaging, and thoroughly enjoyable read. It’s the summer of 1793, and sixteen-year-old Mattie Cook idles away the days fantasizing …
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