Make It Count

By Tamar Sloan

When nineteen-month-old Casey draws a purple number five instead of the standard Mr. Messy enjoyed by other kids her age, her grandmother cannot praise her intelligence enough. Five days later, Casey’s grandmother is dead. No one makes a connection, but years later Casey figures it...

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Miscarriages

By Colin Heston

James Henderson’s alcoholic father was one of the pub regulars but, toward the end of his life, he would sit alone, drinking himself into oblivion. When readers first meet James, aka Chooka, in Miscarriages, he is sitting by his comatose father’s bedside, talking to him...

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Mall Hair Maladies

By Kristy Jo Volchko

Mall Hair Maladies is a young adult coming of age novel written by Kristy Jo Volchko. It was 1985 and, as far as thirteen-year-old Tanya was concerned, Pittsburgh was the center of the universe. She was in the eighth grade now, the last year of...

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Mabel of the Anzacs

Friendship For The Ages
By Mary D. Brooks

Mabel of the Anzacs: A Multi-generational Friendship For The Ages by Mary D. Brooks is a fiction story of the relationship and friendship between two women from different generations. Mabel of the Anzacs takes us through many decades and many different time periods through the...

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My Crunchy Life

By Mia Kerick

Sometimes a book comes along that is so outstanding that words fail a reviewer. My Crunchy Life by Mia Kerick is one of those books. A quick glance at the cover might lead you to think this is just a fun book for teens. But...

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Michael, Is It True

By Lisa Lahti

Michael, Is It True by Lisa Lahti is an unusual love story between two teens, who find themselves ending up in marriage against the wishes of their families. It happened too quickly for fifteen-year-old Jessie, and before she could think about Michael’s past, taking precautions,...

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Mirror Me

By Tara St. Pierre

Mirror Me is a coming-of-age psychological thriller written by Tara St. Pierre. Hannah doesn’t like to look in mirrors, and she especially avoids looking into the judgmental gaze of her reflection’s eyes. Her life has been closely monitored and scrutinized by her all-too-perfectly coiffed and...

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Mitsy's Life

Tender Tales of Friendship, Loneliness, Loss, and Love
By Marti Eicholz

Mitsy's Life: Tender Tales of Friendship, Loneliness, Loss, and Love by Marti Eicholz introduces us to Mitsy, whose first memories are of looking down into a courtyard from a window above a humble store front church. From the time she could walk, Mitsy had known...

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My Little Heart, Ruthie

By Toni Jannotta

My Little Heart, Ruthie is an inspirational book of heartache and anxiety, written in limerick and rhyme by Toni Jannotta and illustrated by Jennifer Mones. A heart (known as Ruthie) feels despondent, as she holds within her a very poor image of herself after being...

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My Lonely Room

By John A Vikara

My Lonely Room by John A Vikara was really an unexpected treat. When I read it had to do with gangs, I was prepared to not care for it. The first thing I think of is violence and death. It turned out to be a...