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The Doll Collection: Seventeen Brand-New Tales of Dolls by Ellen Datlow (2015)
Reviewed by darcy on October 28, 2016 tagged anthology • horror • short stories
I Heart My Little A-Holes A bunch of holy-crap moments nobody ever told you about parenting by Karen Alpert (2014)
Reviewed by darcy on January 16, 2015 tagged essays • nonfiction
The Headmaster's Wife by Thomas Christopher Greene (2014)
Reviewed by darcy on December 26, 2014 tagged mystery
Arthur Winthrop, headmaster of an esteemed boarding school, confesses to murdering a student after their affair.
The Madwoman in the Volvo My Year of Raging Hormones by Sandra Tsing Loh (2014)
Reviewed by darcy on October 17, 2014 tagged biography
One woman’s roller coaster year going through menopause.
The World's Strongest Librarian: A Book Lover's Adventures by Josh Hanagarne (2014)
Reviewed by darcy on January 15, 2016 tagged biography
The Cleaner of Chartres by Salley Vickers (2013)
Reviewed by darcy on August 22, 2014 tagged literary
After 20 years in Chartres, Agnès is part of the village, and takes on the task of cleaning the cathedral.
The Fellowship for Alien Detection by Kevin Emerson (2013)
Reviewed by darcy on March 15, 2013 tagged science fiction
Haley researches a sixteen minute time loss. Dodger hears a radio station in his head. Both are sure aliens exist.
Scowler by Daniel Kraus (2013)
Reviewed by darcy on October 25, 2013 tagged coming of age • science fiction • thriller
Ry helped send his father to prison. Now he's free and bent on revenge. Ry's only hope: 3 childhood toys.
My Mother's Wars by Lillian Faderman (2013)
Reviewed by darcy on November 22, 2013 tagged biography • history
Lillian’s mother dreamed of becoming a dancer. But after she's kicked out of her home, her life took a bad turn.
Alphabet Trucks by Samantha Vamos, Ryan O'Rourke (2013)
Reviewed by darcy on January 3, 2014 tagged picture book
An alphabet book that plays on children’s love of trucks to trick them into learning to read.
Her A Memoir by Christa Parravani (2013)
Reviewed by darcy on January 10, 2014 tagged biography • coming of age
A memoir about dealing with a sister’s crushing fear, depression, and eventual overdose.
The Dinosaur Tooth Fairy by Martha Brockenbrough, Israel Sanchez (2013)
Reviewed by darcy on January 31, 2014 tagged picture book
Inside the museum of truly old things, the last Dinosaur Tooth Fairy polishes her fangs.
Toys in Space by Mini Grey (2013)
Reviewed by darcy on February 7, 2014 tagged picture book • science fiction
The star in the sky that is brighter than the rest is a spaceship looking for abandoned toys.
The Boys in the Boat Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics by Daniel James Brown (2013)
Reviewed by darcy on February 14, 2014 tagged history • nonfiction
How a rowing crew of working-class boys from the University of Washington took gold in the 1936 Berlin Olympics.
Wise Young Fool by Sean Beaudoin (2013)
Reviewed by darcy on February 14, 2014 tagged coming of age
In juvie, Richie writes the story of his band, his dead sister, his messed-up family, and his arrest.
The Book of Jezebel An Illustrated Encyclopedia of Lady Things by Anna Holmes, Kate Harding, Amanda Hess (2013)
Reviewed by darcy on April 25, 2014 tagged reference
An illustrated encyclopedia that covers all facets of feminism and womanhood.
The Light Between Oceans a novel by M.L. Stedman (2013)
Reviewed by darcy on June 20, 2014 tagged historical fiction
A lighthouse keeper and his wife find a baby that washes ashore and raise it as their own.
Cheese Belongs To You! by Alexis Deacon, Viviane Schwarz (2013)
Reviewed by darcy on June 27, 2014 tagged picture book
According to the law, if there’s cheese it belongs to the rat who finds it. But there are exceptions.
Coaltown Jesus by Ron Koertge (2013)
Reviewed by darcy on July 25, 2014 tagged coming of age • poetry
After Walker prays to God to help his mother, he finds an irreverent and sarcastic Jesus in his room.
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