Review: Minnie’s Potatoes

Minnie’s Potatoes has that Laura Ingalls Wilder appeal at a mature level. This historical romance is an adult “Little House on the Prairie,” set in Michigan’s lumbering era and it’s path through Prohibition.

VALERIE VALENTINE, INDEPENDENT BOOK EDITOR

Review: Atomic Sailor

Your book is very ambitious; the tangled tales, the attention to detail, historicAtomial and otherwise; the realistic dialogue, and finally, the readability. I feel now as if I know these people, and as in every good novel, they continue to exist beyond the page. Congratulations! This is truly a major feat.

FAYE MOSKOWITZ, AUTHOR OF A LEAK IN THE HEART, WHOEVER FINDS THIS: I LOVE YOU, THE BRIDGE IS LOVE, AND HER FACE IN THE MIRROR: JEWISH WOMEN ON MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS.

Review: Strongheart

I absolutely loved being able to see the world through a dogs eyes. I have a dog and every time I look at her now, I try to think of what her life is like and what she thinks about. The whole concept of this book was really brilliant, the fact that the author was able to blend Herbie’s learning of the Potawatomi legends with him gaining courage and facing change was really interesting to me. I have recommended this book to all of my friends and even my grandparents and teachers. This was truly a wonderful book and I am excited to see what else Laurice LaZebnik has in store for us next.

LIBERTY ROMANIK, YOUNG READER