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Have You Heard About... Rose Daughter

… the Beauty who fell in love with a Beast as she worked to resurrect his precious rose garden? This is the third in our series of reviews of novels based on “Beauty and the Beast.”

Have You Heard About... Beauty

… Beauty and her courtly Beast? The second review in this set looks at very different style of novel based on “Beauty and the Beast.”

Have You Heard About... Beastly

… the Beauty who fell in love with a Beast? Some form of “Beauty and the Beast” is found in cultures throughout the world, and you can find many wonderful versions from picture books to movies. Over the next week, we will feature three great novels based on this classic tale, all filled with roses and romance.

Have You Heard About... Ghost in Trouble

… the ghost who solves mysteries? A ghost’s work is never done in Ghost in Trouble* by Carolyn Hart.

Have You Heard About... Merry, Merry Ghost

… the Department of Good Intentions? Bailey Ruth is back in Merry, Merry Ghost* by Carolyn Hart.

Have You Heard About... Ghost at Work

…the ghost-oriented “cozy” mysteries by Carolyn Hart? In Ghost at Work*, we meet Bailey Ruth Raeburn. Sometimes you can see her, and sometimes you can’t.

Have You Heard About... Feed

… the zombie outbreak of 2014? Mira Grant’s* Feed** shows us what the world is like twenty-five years after the initial outbreak. Humans have survived, but so have zombies. People live with the knowledge that when they die, they will become zombies. Any person who is bitten by a zombie or come into contact with its blood will become a zombie.

Have You Heard About... The High and the Mighty

The High and the Mighty, proof that the legendary John Wayne made more than just cowboy movies?

Have You Heard About... Origins of the Specious

…the myths, legends, and real origins behind some of the most popular (and most reviled) words and phrases in English? Origins of the Specious: Myths and Misconceptions of the English Language by Patricia T.

Have You Heard About... Saving CeeCee Honeycutt

… twelve year old CeeCee Honeycutt? The star of Beth Hoffman’s Saving CeeCee Honeycutt has been taking care of her mom forever. Her mom still thinks she’s the 1951 Vidalia Onion Queen and carries her tiara around with her. You might say she’s lost her grip on reality.

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