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October 14, 2018
Painting Her Way to a New World by Page Turner

Darien and the Lost Paints of Telinoria by Jeanna Kunce, illustrated by Craig Kunce Darien is a ten-year-old girl who loves to read, daydream, and paint. Her parents wish she would be practical and stop imagining things. One rainy day, Darien’s neighbor Mrs. Mildred (Mrs. Mildew to the children in the neighborhood) babysits Darien, much […]

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October 14, 2018
Hiding in Plain Sight – NEW-Teen Review by Page Turner

How to Disappear by Sharon Huss Roat Vicky Decker is a master of becoming unnoticeable, especially in high school, where people remember nearly everything you do. With Vicky’s best – and only – friend Jenna living in another state, life has been more difficult. After Jenna butt-dials her and she overhears something she shouldn’t, Vicky […]

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October 8, 2018
Speaking to the Birds by Page Turner

Ferals by Jacob Grey Away from the people of Blackstone, high in a treehouse, lives a young boy named Caw. During the Dark Summer eight years ago, a wave of crime and violence overcame the city and left Caw orphaned. His only friends are a group of three crows, who he can mysteriously speak to. […]

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July 21, 2018
A Make-Believe World Made Real by Page Turner

The Glass Town Game by Catherynne M. Valente Charlotte, Branwell, Emily, and Anne Brontë live in a small town in Yorkshire. There, they play the Glass Town game, in which wooden toy soldiers fight Napoleon Bonaparte and never die. Lately, the children they have been upset. Bran’s drawings are suffering, Emily can’t imagine the Arctic […]

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July 5, 2018
An Extra Day of the Week? by Page Turner

The Eighth Day by Diane K. Salerni Jax Aubrey is pretty much a normal kid. I mean, sure, his parents are dead and he’s raised by Riley Pendare, who’s hardly out of high school. Other than that, he’s normal, right? Wrong. Completely, horribly wrong. The day after Jax turns thirteen, he finds the world empty […]

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July 4, 2018
Top 10 Ways to Celebrate the 4th of July by admin

Happy Birthday America! On July 4, 1776 the Declaration of Independence was signed by the Continental Congress and the rest, as they say, is history. Our country’s birth as an independent nation is celebrated anually by families across the counrty. We polled our staffers, freelancers, and volunteers (and a few social media friends!) to put […]

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June 8, 2018
Magic Mirrors, Evil Queens, Poisoned Apples? No Problem! by Page Turner

Whatever After: Fairest of Them All by Sarah Mlynowski Abby is not having the best time in her new town of Smithville, where people say soda instead of pop, make peanut butter and banana sandwiches the wrong way, and freeze when they are tagged instead of becoming “it”. One night, however, her little brother Jonah […]

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May 25, 2018
Memory Doesn’t Always Serve You Well by Page Turner

Bob by Wendy Mass and Rebecca Stead It’s been five years since Livy visited her grandmother’s house in Australia. When she gets there, she encounters a little green creature named Bob who has been living in the closet for the past five years. Bob doesn’t remember where he came from, or if he has a […]

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May 24, 2018
Maryland Author Earns Finalist Award by admin

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Book Award: Contact: [email protected] 12th ANNUAL NATIONAL INDIE EXCELLENCE® AWARDS ANNOUNCED​ LOS ANGELES, CA, May 25, 2018 The Omnibus Publishing is proud to announce the inclusion of author, Richie Frieman, and his latest release, Maddy & Cole Vol. 1: The Food Truck Grand Prix, as having been recognized as a Finalist […]

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May 17, 2018
Stranded in the Middle of the Ocean by Page Turner

Polaris by Micheal Northrop The Polaris is a sailing ship anchored off the coast of South America, with the captain, a scientist, and some of the best crew members on shore. When their boat returns to the Polaris with only half of the people it left with, the remaining adult crew stages a muntiny and […]

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