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Dust Bowl Girls: A Review

Dust Bowl Girls: A Team’s Quest for Basketball Glory Author: Lydia Reeder Publisher: Algonquin Books Genre: Nonfiction Oklahoma. The Dust Bowl. Women’s basketball. The season that made history. The 1930s were a hard time for many, but none so much as the farmers of Oklahoma. At the time, poor families made dresses out of grain…

Little Nothing, by Marisa Silver

Little Nothing┬áby Marisa Silver Penguin Group/Blue Rider Press “The silence is so dense that it is just as hard on the baby’s eardrums as is any sound. It is the silence that will become the refrain, when a stranger falls speechless in the child’s presence, or when a villager pushes her children behind her skirts…

The Wolf Road, by Beth Lewis: A Review

The Wolf Road by Beth Lewis Published by Crown Publishers, Penguin Random House Elka hasn’t had much luck in her life. Between the nightmare of the thunderheads that keep her awake at night, and the raging memories behind the locked doors in her memory, she can count the people she’s cared for on a single…