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Schwartz portrays sexuality, love, life, religion and politics in beautiful language to the eye and minds ear. Bound is not a book that you can sit and read in one sitting. Or if you do, you should go back for multiple readings. She says a lot in short, sometimes very unique poems. ~ Reviewed by Jeanette
It has been said that Francisco has “defined poetry for a generation of new readers.” And he does have a modern take with his poetry about love, race, living and even his depression. He is easy to read but packs a punch with his great tidbits of relatable poems. ~ Reviewed by Jeanette
Rachel Kolar has taken the nursery rhymes we grew up with and has given them some bite. Unlike Miss Muffet, the witch eats that cheeky spider who sat down beside her. We will be howling with werewolves called Willie and Mary will be bringing a ghost to school instead of a silly old sheep. Thirteen spooky rhyming tales will get your blood pumping and your sides splitting with laughter. Mother Ghost is perfect for getting in the Halloween spirit. ~ Reviewed by Jeanette
When Sparks Fly sometimes so do rockets. And in Kristen Fulton’s new book, When Sparks Fly: The True Story of Robert Goddard, the Father of US Rocketry shows you how in the late 1920s one man help create rockets, started our space program, worked with weapons and more. ~ Reviewed by Jeanette
Pilkey stepped away from his humorous stories and gone a spiritual route. Poetic look at the story of gargoyles and how the angels are there for not only them but for all of us who seem forgotten. Could be a lovely sympathy gift. ~ Reviewed by Jeanette