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The Skin I’m In by Sharon G. Flake (mini review)

Recently, one of our young adult readers wrote this about The Skin I’m In by Sharon G. Flake (20th Anniversary edition): “…the subject [of the book] is still relevant today – young people, especially girls struggling with their identity. The book is powerfully written. The author writes … Continue reading

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“Magic, Mischief and Madness” by Kelly McCullough is highly recommended!

Here’s a review of “Magic, Mischief and Madness” by Kelly McCullough from one of our young and enthusiastic readers. Ethan says, “This book was awesome. It was the perfect blend of action and comedy. I highly recommend this book to anybody … Continue reading

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Peter Carey’s “A Long Way From Home”

Peter Carey’s “A Long Way From Home” rated 8.5 out of 10 by the Mundaring School for Seniors Book Club. It’s a recommended read, because beneath the fast-paced story of the Redex round Australia car trial set in the 1950s, … Continue reading

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Euphoria by Lily King

A book to get your teeth into – Euphoria by Lily King is a novel Inspired by events in the life of renowned anthropologist Margaret Mead. It is set in the 1930s and tells the story of three young anthropologists … Continue reading

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