Monthly Archives: August 2020

Garden Photo Contest Winners!

Hello everyone, I’m pleased to announce our winners for the Loganberry Garden Photo Contest! First, in the children’s category, we have Sarah Holbrook with “Coneflowers and a Bee” And in our adult category, our winner is Laura D’Alessandro with “Cleveland … Continue reading

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Afrofuturism: The Diaspora Strikes Back

In an irony, new walls against immigration imperil the people who were the slave triangle’s abductees and source of capital. Black people are confined in places capital abandoned. Continue reading

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Children With a Different Point of View

I have read three excellent Teen/Middle Grade novels this summer, that all feature children with an unusual way of looking at the world. Lily and Dunkin by Donna Gephart, out now. Lily and Dunkin is a charming upper Middle Grade … Continue reading

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Book Reviews – Fierce Young Ladies

I have recently read two very entertaining new and upcoming fiction books, both are great summer reads. The Comeback by Ella Berman, out now: Grace Turner was one of the world’s hottest teenage stars, yet she suddenly went into hiding … Continue reading

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The Bishop’s Bedroom – by Piero Chiara

This classic Italian murder mystery was first published in Italy in 1976. The novel was an instant bestseller and its popularity caught the attention of the Italian film director Dino Risi. Risi created a film script faithful to the novel’s … Continue reading

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