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Book Review: Anybody Here Seen Frenchie?

Anybody Here Seen Frenchie is a wonderful, wholesome, emotion laden story for middle grade readers about a boisterous girl named Aurora and her best friend, a non-verbal child named Frenchie. The two friends have been inseparable all through elementary school … Continue reading

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Wild Ride by Keith Calabrese

It has been a long time since the last Reading Goals update. Rest assured, I have been reading and working on those goals! I hope to have a more detailed update for you soon but today I want to tell … Continue reading

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Podcast – Footnotes, with Caseen Gaines and Aseelah Shareef

Episode Link: https://anchor.fm/loganberrybooks/episodes/Footnotes–with-Caseen-Gaines-and-Aseelah-Shareef-e184muv Subscribe to us wherever you listen to podcasts: https://anchor.fm/s/22cf5e28/podcast/rss This week on our podcast Lines from Loganberry, Aseelah Shareef of Cleveland’s Karamu House Theater interviews author Caseen Gaines (@caseengaines) on his new book Footnotes: The Black Artists … Continue reading

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Podcast – Reflections on Cancer Survival, with Penny Casselman and Jackie Acho

Episode Link: https://anchor.fm/loganberrybooks/episodes/Reflections-on-Cancer-Survival–with-Penny-Casselman-and-Jackie-Acho-e17oeqn Subscribe to us wherever you listen to podcasts: https://anchor.fm/s/22cf5e28/podcast/rss This week on our podcast Lines from Loganberry, we are hosting interviews with cancer survivors Penny Casselman, author of How To Get A Free Boob Job, and Jacqueline … Continue reading

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Loganberry Books 15th Annual Author Alley and BIPOC Author Showcase

Loganberry Books 15th Annual BIPOC Author Showcase and Author Alley — Ohio’s largest book fair and author readings organized by an independent bookstore — is back in August 2021. In-person, rain or shine, the lawn beside Loganberry Books will be … Continue reading

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Book Review – A Grand, But Concise, History Of Physics

Recently I have read the brand-new Michio Kaku book, The God Equation. For those unfamiliar with Kaku, he tends to write books about the cutting edge of technology and science, his specialty being physics. This time, he goes back to … Continue reading

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Female Literary Role Models As this month comes to a close I have been thinking about the women I have read about that have had an impact on me. When I started working on this post the list was way … Continue reading

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Terry Gilbert Lays Bare the Cleveland Legal System in Trying Times.

“Many of the legal battles in this book speak to the long tradition of radical lawyering in the style of the great Clarence Darrow, based on the realization that eventual outcomes are not always determined by legal proceedings but rather … Continue reading

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Book Reviews – New & Upcoming Teen Titles

I hope everybody has had a happy and healthy holiday season. I have read a few teen books recently that I found particularly engaging and I would like to share them with you here! The Life I’m In by Sharon … Continue reading

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This One Wild and Precious Life (Book Review)

I’ve been on a mission of self-improvement the past couple of months, and the book This One Wild and Precious Life, by Sarah Wilson, has been congruent with my quest. Part ecology book, part natural history book, part self-help book, … Continue reading

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