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Archive for March, 2012

CM Magazine Review of Emily for Real

Posted on March 22nd, 2012 by pajamapress

“Young adult readers, especially females, will enjoy reading about the challenges Emily faces and will cheer her on throughout the book, and she attempts to unravel the secrets which have been woven around her. The novel is readable and mostly plot-driven which will keep readers interested in finding out the details and what eventually happens to Emily.”

The Westfield Booktalker calls Last Airlift “fascinating and poignant…”

Posted on March 22nd, 2012 by pajamapress

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Review of No Shelter Here in School Library Journal

Posted on March 16th, 2012 by pajamapress

“Canine lovers will discover a broad array of topics useful for caring for dogs and becoming an advocate for their humane treatment…Children will come away from this book educated and inspired to become “Dog Champions””

- School Library Journal

School Library Journal Review of Last Airlift

Posted on March 16th, 2012 by pajamapress

“The author tells Tuyet’s story with respect and dignity, introducing readers to a brave girl caught up in the turbulent times of her country, her fears of leaving what she knew, and the joy of finding a new life. Her story will appeal to a broad range of readers”

- School Library Journal

Amazon Review of True Blue by Monica Kulling

Posted on March 6th, 2012 by pajamapress

“TRUE BLUE is gripping and suspenseful, and its surprise ending will leave readers demanding that Deborah Ellis write another mystery.”

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Quill & Quire Review of Acts of Courage: Laura Secord and the War of 1812

Posted on March 1st, 2012 by pajamapress

“Given her knowledge of the subject, it’s not surprising that Crook’s attention to detail and setting is excellent, providing the reader with insight into the social and political situations of the time….the story provides an opportunity to see Secord’s resourcefulness, compassion, and independent spirit on full display.”