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Book Review: The Inkwell Chronicles

by J. D. Peabody cover and synopsis from Goodreads Immerse yourself in this fast-paced middle-grade fantasy about magic ink, a secret society, and a boy who yearns to make his mark. When their father goes missing after a mysterious train crash, Everett and his little sister Bea find a curious pen in his belongings, and… Continue reading Book Review: The Inkwell Chronicles

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Book Review: Wishtress

by Nadine Brandes cover and synopsis from Goodreads She didn't ask to be the Wishtress. Myrthe was born with the ability to turn her tears into wishes. It's a big secret to keep. When a granted wish goes wrong, a curse is placed on her: the next tear she sheds will kill her. She needs… Continue reading Book Review: Wishtress

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Book Review: The Prince of Nowhere

by Rochelle Hassan Publisher's Synopsis Roda isn't afraid of the monsters that roam the wilds of the Aerlands. She's safe in her small town, surrounded by a wall of freezing, enchanted mist that keeps the beasts away. So when Roda rescues an injured crow on the instruction of her secret pen pal, Anonymous – whose… Continue reading Book Review: The Prince of Nowhere

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Book Review: The Italian Ballerina

by Kristy Cambron Publisher's Synopsis A prima ballerina. Two American medics. And a young Jewish girl with no name . . . At the height of the Nazi occupation of Rome, an unlikely band of heroes comes together to save Italian Jews in this breathtaking World War II novel based on real historical events. Rome,… Continue reading Book Review: The Italian Ballerina

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Book Review: Spell Sweeper

by Lee Edward Fodi **Cover image from Goodreads** Spell Sweeper was a fun twist on the typical magical school and Chosen One story. The main character, Cara, is a student at a secret magical boarding school off the coast of Canada. However, Cara is not an amazing student. She doesn't have enough magic to be… Continue reading Book Review: Spell Sweeper

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Book Review: Dearest Josephine

by Caroline George *cover image from publisher* I typically don't read books that are more centered on a romance plot, but after I kept hearing so much buzz about Dearest Josephine, I decided to go ahead and request an ARC of it. Dearest Josephine is an epistolary novel told in emails, texts, letters, and a… Continue reading Book Review: Dearest Josephine