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How It Ends by Catherine Lo

Title: How It Ends
Author: Catherine Lo
Pages: 304
Year: 2016
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Books for Young Readers
Time taken to read: 4 days… 781 more words

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Review: The Things They Carried

The Things They Carried
By Tim O’Brien
Houghton Mifflin, Hardcover, 9780547391175, March 2010, 233pp.

The Short of It:

When it comes to storytelling, memory alone can be unreliable. 276 more words

Book Review

Why Education Startups Rarely Go Public

Because of the way education markets function, scaling and growth are daunting tasks, and many startups get bought up by the old guard of education before they become a competitive threat. 18 more words


Book 472: In the Lake of the Woods - Tim O'Brien

Add this to the list of “WTF was I thinking waiting so long to read it?” books. I’m pretty sure I received this book from a former supervisor two jobs ago now. 614 more words


Review: The Turner House

The Turner House
By Angela Flournoy
Houghton Mifflin, Hardcover, 9780544303164, April 2015, 352pp.

The Short of It:

What makes a house a home?

The Rest of It: 285 more words

Book Review

Book review: Ghost Town, by Richard W. Jennings

Richard W. Jennings. Ghost Town. Houghton Mifflin, 2009. $16.00. ISBN 978-0-547-19471-4. 165 p. Gr. 6 – 10. P6Q7

Spencer, one of the last residents of Paisley, Kansas, and his imaginary friend Chief Leopard Frog achieve a level of notoriety when Spence’s photos of the boarded up town yield surprising images.  26 more words

Book Reviews

Autumn Project, Part 1: Do Everything Well, or Do Nothing

For my Autumn project, I’m taking a look at the content of the Wood’s House collection of random books and nonsense as I compile an informal catalog. 863 more words