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What's Inside? See-Through Pages and Magic Surprises! by OKIDO (2013)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on February 28, 2014 tagged nonfiction • picture book • science
Hold the pages of this picture book up to the light to reveal the inner workings of the human body, a car, and more.
Mr. Lincoln's High-tech War How the North Used the Telegraph, Railroads, Surveillance Balloons, Ironclads, High-Powered Weapons, and More to Win the Civil War by Thomas B. Allen , Roger Macbride Allen (2009)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on April 23, 2010 tagged history
An Unspeakable Crime the Prosecution and Persecution of Leo Frank by Elaine Marie Alphin (2010)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on December 31, 2010 tagged history
Pretty Good Number One An American Family Eats Tokyo by Matthew Amster-Burton (2013)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on August 15, 2014 tagged cookbook • nonfiction
An American family spends a month in Tokyo eating the best, worst, and most Japanese foods they can find.
Adulthood is a Myth: A "Sarah's Scribbles" Collection by Sarah Andersen (2016)
Reviewed in the form of a comic strip by sarahhunt on August 26, 2016 tagged comic strips • humor
Japanese Schoolgirl Confidential How Teenage Girls Made a Nation Cool by Brian Ashcraft, Shoko Ueda (2010)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on December 10, 2010 tagged history • nonfiction
Japanese schoolgirls are a powerful economic force both in Japan and around the world.
Woman Rebel The Margaret Sanger Story by Peter Bagge (2013)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on May 23, 2014 tagged biography • graphic novel
Margaret Sanger put her freedom on the line so that women in the U.S. could get access to birth control.
Things No One Will Tell Fat Girls: A Handbook for Unapologetic Living by Jes Baker (2015)
Reviewed in the form of a comic strip by sarahhunt on September 2, 2016 tagged essays • nonfiction
Timeless Thomas How Thomas Edison Changed Our Lives by Gene Barretta (2012)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on April 19, 2013 tagged biography • picture book
The Day-Glo Brothers the True Story of Bob and Joe Switzer's Bright Ideas and Brand-New Colors by Chris Barton, Tony Persiani (2009)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on June 18, 2010 tagged biography • history • picture book
Unraveling Freedom The Battle for Democracy on the Home Front During World War I by Ann Bausum (2010)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on June 3, 2011 tagged history
Born To Be Awkward: Celebrating Those Imperfect Moments of Babyhood by Mike Bender, Doug Chernack (2015)
Reviewed in the form of a comic strip by sarahhunt on April 22, 2016 tagged coffee table book • nonfiction
The Poisoner's Handbook Murder and the Birth of Forensic Medicine in Jazz Age New York by Deborah Blum (2010)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on April 22, 2011 tagged history • science
Superman Versus the Ku Klux Klan The True Story of How the Iconic Superhero Battled the Men of Hate by Rick Bowers (2012)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on January 18, 2013 tagged nonfiction • superhero
The Spies of Mississippi The True Story of the Spy Agency that Tried to Destroy the Civil Rights Movement by Rick Bowers (2010)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on October 22, 2010 tagged history • mystery
Black & White The Confrontation between Reverend Fred L. Shuttlesworth and Eugene "Bull" Connor by Larry Dane Brimner (2011)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on April 6, 2012 tagged history • nonfiction
The Gentle Art of Knitting 40 Projects Inspired by Everyday Beauty by Jane Brocket (2011)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on October 5, 2012 tagged nonfiction
Hyperbole and a Half Unfortunate Situations, Flawed Coping Mechanisms, Mayhem, and Other Things That Happened by Allie Brosh (2013)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on February 7, 2014 tagged biography • comic strips • humor
Illustrated stories, both hilarious and heartrending, from Allie Brosh’s blog.
Morphine by Mikhail Bulgakov, Hugh Aplin (2013)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on November 14, 2014 tagged historical fiction
A young Russian doctor’s first person account of his morphine addiction, set in the early 1900s.
Beetle Busters: A Rogue Insect and the People Who Track It (Scientists in the Field) by Loree Griffin Burns (2014)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on August 14, 2015 tagged nonfiction
The Hive Detectives Chronicle of a Honey Bee Catastrophe by Loree Griffin Burns, Ellen Harasimowicz (2010)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on October 1, 2010 tagged mystery • science
Amazing Everything The Art of Scott C. by Scott Campbell (2011)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on February 15, 2013 tagged art • coffee table book • graphic novel
A book of Scott C’s art filled with pop culture characters, zombies, playful clouds, monsters, and more.
Armond Goes to a Party A Book About Asperger's and Friendship by Nancy Carlson, Armond Isaak (2014)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on June 26, 2015 tagged picture book
Tokyo on Foot Travels in the City's Most Colorful Neighborhoods by Florent Chavouet (2011)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on November 11, 2011 tagged art • coffee table book • nonfiction
Beartato and the Secret of the Mystery by Anthony Clark (2010)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on February 11, 2011 tagged comic strips • humor
The adventures of Beartato (half bear, half potato) and his friend Reginald (a large blue bird-guy).
The Murder of the Century The Gilded Age Crime That Scandalized a City and Sparked the Tabloid Wars by Paul Collins (2011)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on February 17, 2012 tagged mystery • nonfiction
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