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Because of Winn Dixie by Kate DiCamillo

Because of Winn Dixie by Kate DiCamillo

Kate DiCamillo’s consistently wins the highest awards in the nation for her stories. Because of Winn-Dixie is no exception. Synopsis Winn-Dixie is a dog, so named under unusual circumstances, and he really doesn’t do much in this tale except act like an average dog,...
Five Flavors of Dumb by Antony John

Five Flavors of Dumb by Antony John

When Antony John’s wife challenged him to write a book about rock music and its personalities from a deaf person’s point of view, Five Flavors of Dumb was the result. Synopsis Eighteen-year-old Piper Vaughn lost her hearing in fifth grade. Her speech is pretty clear,...
The Other Side of Freedom by Cynthia Toney

The Other Side of Freedom by Cynthia Toney

Cynthia Toney was one of the first of my writer friends to be published. Her historical novel for tweens and teens is a favorite read. Synopsis In a southern U.S. farming community in 1925, thirteen-year-old Salvatore and his Italian immigrant father become involved...
Lety Out Loud by Angela Cervantes

Lety Out Loud by Angela Cervantes

I’m always good for a compassionate tear-jerker of a story, and Lety Out Loud with its sympathetic characters and focus on abandoned pets blessed me with three separate crying jags. Synopsis Lety Muñoz is an ESL student fresh out of fifth grade. She loves putting just...
Can Our Loved Ones See Us From Heaven?

Can Our Loved Ones See Us From Heaven?

A lot of my friends—at home, at church, on Facebook—have lost family and close friends recently. One  lady has mourned the death of her son for over a decade. The hope of her child in heaven watching over her brings some comfort. Which is why we want to know the...

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