- Children’s Book Reviews: Week of 11/5/2007
It is now in you that they will live”).
- Nonfiction Reviews: Week of 10/29/2007
Flynn’s father had moved out a year earlier; her two sisters were at school, where she, too, should have been; instead, her mother needed to talk with her about all those faces on the money.
- Fiction Reviews: Week of 10/22/2007
You Must Be This Happy to Enter Elizabeth Crane.
- Fiction Reviews: Week of 10/8/2007
Meanwhile, the barber and the Commander's wife commence a dangerous affair, and the chef tries to figure out how to use it to his advantage.
- Fiction Reviews: Week of 10/1/2007
But his friend and fellow teacher David Grinstein, persuades him to instead try for Sadie Black, a teacher at Clarke's sister school.
- Fiction Reviews: Week of 9/10/2007
Aaron stays with his aunt Kitty, who makes a living rewriting the classics (her version of Oliver Twist features lots of repentance), but Aaron’s wallow in self-pity is interrupted by a lost pig that attaches itself to him.
- Fiction Reviews: Week of 7/30/2007
If You Liked School, You'll Love Work Irvine Welsh.
- Audio Reviews: Week of 7/30/2007
This is appropriate, since, after all, Carpenter is supposed to be the one telling us this witty, well-plotted, highly entertaining shaggy dog story.
Ever cheery, never self-pitying, her memoir is by turns insipid and sweet.
- Web-Exclusive Reviews: Week of 6/18/2007
"Do you see your work as a job, a career, or a calling?")
- Fiction Reviews: Week of 5/21/2007
Can't you understand that?
- Children's Book Reviews: Week of 5/14/2007
Instead, a cornucopia of colorful insects dominates the scene.
- Children's Book Reviews: Week of 4/2/2007
Roll up the rug before you read this book aloud—it will get everyone up and dancing.
- Fiction Reviews: Week of 2/12/2007
The band's fate is sealed when Anna suddenly and mysteriously dies three months after comeback single "Love Will Cut You Like a Knife" flops.
- Fiction Reviews: 12/18/2006
The woman, Annie, who fled Vietnam as a child, also discreetly watches Mike when not servicing clients like Donald Goetzler, a haunted Vietnam vet who uses Annie's high-priced attentions to quell his tortured psyche.