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Red Sky Restaurant
Tastes from around the world.
Local and international cheeses with the perfect wine pairing.. Divine!
John Edwards Market
THE GOOD NEWS CENTER
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The Holmes Agency
Written from the dog’s point of view, “Dog On It & To Fetch a Thief” (Atria Books, 2011, $16.26) is Spencer Quinn’s latest Chet & Bernie mystery. It will make you laugh out loud. A new one is coming out in September. — Judith Blank
The main character is so interesting, “Unbroken: a World War II Story of Survival, Resilience and Redemption” (Random House, 2011) will have you hooked once you’ve read the first paragraph. Author Laura Hillenbrand also wrote “Seabiscuit.” — Judith Blank
Have You Read?
“Operation Mincemeat: How a Dead Man and a Bizarre Plan Fooled the Nazis and Assured an Allied Victory” by Ben Macintyre is a World War II story about people saving lives. In early 1943, Great Britain’s Operation Mincemeat delivered a masterful plan of deception wrapped in an innocuous name and a recycled corpse that washed up on a Spanish beach. — Elly Andrews
“Press Here” (Chronicle Books, 2011, $8.82) by Herve Tullet is a delightful, interactive book that has you pressing the dots, shaking the pages, tilting the book! What will happen next? The dots multiply, change directions grow! A fun read-aloud for all ages. Preschool and up. — Eilleen MacLean
In Kathryn Lasky’s “Felix Takes the Stage” (Hyperion Books for Children, 2010, $15.99) the Deadlies are like any other family with a loving mother and bright, rambunctious children. Except they’re spiders; Really, really poisonous ones. But Edith and her children are kind and cultured. In fact, the Deadlies had been happily living in a symphony hall until Edith’s son, Felix, had a … misunderstanding with the maestro. Now they’re on the hunt for a new home. That is, if they can outwit the overzealous arachnologists and evil exterminators on their tail. Will they ever find a place to live in peace? For grades 2-4. — Eilleen MacLean