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Book Review: Confessions from the Principal’s Kid by Robin Mellom

By Awnali Mills Allie West’s mother is the school principal.  That means that Allie knows her way around the school—knows all the staff, knows who has the good snacks, and the best places to eavesdrop on teachers.  It also means … Continue reading

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Book Review – Macy McMillan and the Rainbow Goddess by Shari Green

By Awnali Mills Macy’s world is changing, and she’s not happy about it.  She’s deaf, and gets in a fight with her only friend who signs.  Now they aren’t speaking and Macy is lonely.  Her mother is getting married, and … Continue reading

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Book Review – The Ethan I Was Before by Ali Standish

By Awnali Mills I love getting good book recommendations from co-workers, and The Ethan I Was Before by Ali Standish was definitely a good one. Ethan, his mom and dad, and his older brother Robbie have all moved to Palm … Continue reading

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Audiobook Review – Nightbird by Alice Hoffman

By Awnali Mills This time when I needed my next audiobook fix, I headed up to Young Adult to see what they had in.  I picked up Nightbird, written by Alice Hoffman and narrated by Jenna Lamia.  Alice Hoffman?  I’m … Continue reading

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Book Review – This Is Not a Werewolf Story by Sandra Evans

By Awnali Mills One of the new books that I picked up is This is Not a Werewolf Story by Sandra Evans.  Naturally, I assumed that this WAS a werewolf story, because why even bring it up, right? So…this is … Continue reading

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Book Review – Howard Wallace, P.I. by Casey Lyall

By Awnali Mills Another new book that I picked up lately is Howard Wallace, P.I. by Casey Lyall.  Howard is a kid sized version of a hard-boiled detective.  Philip Marlowe and Sam Spade are his heroes.  His first person narration … Continue reading

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Book Review: Swing Sideways by Nanci Turner Steveson

By Awnali Mills We recently had a delivery of new books, and I grabbed several to read right off the bat.  Yes, folks, the privilege of librarianship is getting to see the books first.  One of the books I grabbed … Continue reading

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