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RIP JIm Frederick

Jim Frederick, the author of one of the best books on Military leadership in Small Wars and the Iraq War as a whole, Black Hearts, 21 more words

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Terrify the Little Children with these Books

Books have been delighting and entrancing children for ages, but they’ve also been scaring the pants off of kids, too. Sometimes for very good reasons, and sometimes for no particular reason at all. 355 more words


Why You Should Read - Cloud Atlas

Cloud Atlas is a book written by British author David Mitchell. He is not extremely popular in India and you won’t find his books as cheap knock-offs on the sidewalk or at a traffic signal; or at least I couldn’t find it like that. 1,005 more words

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Review of: Weightless by Sarah Bannan

Teresa Steele-

Carolyn Lessing is a fish out of water. She has recently moved to a small Alabama town from the New Jersey/NYC area, and she doesn’t quite fit in. 109 more words


Review of: White Crocodile by K.T. Medina

Allison Senecal:

Loved this so much. I was super thrilled to see a blurb from Mo Hayder (one of my favorite crime-thriller writers) on the cover. 88 more words


Throwback Summer Reads - Tween Edition

We hope you enjoyed last week’s blog on summer reads for kids. This week, we want to share with you some great books for tweens and teens that we loved reading growing up. 250 more words


Top 5 Throwback Summer Reads for Kids

The end of school is here and we’re sure that your little ones were counting down the days until summer. With the weeks stretching out ahead, and hours to spend relaxing in a hammock with a good read, the teachers here at RRLS have been reminiscing about the books we enjoyed reading as kids.   208 more words

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