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Prichard's mellifluous voice wears well over a long audiobook, and Kluger's storytelling style brings to life this amazing 20-year effort.
The sequel to the delightful SUMMER OF THE BIG BACHI, GASA-GASA GIRL is a terrific who-done-it starring a wonderful protagonist who brings to life the first generation Japanese-American subculture.
The book brings to life for children the five basic principles of America's Promise, and though it tends toward the pedantic, Powell's heart and message are in the right place, and the spirited illustrations of little animals by Marsha Winborn are charming.
This is a thoughtful and dark work, with carefully drawn characters, that imaginatively brings to life a rural community of a century ago.
Carole Boston Weatherford's Jazz Baby brings to life in poetry the rhythms, beats and instruments that create finger-snappin', toe-tappin' jazz.
Hill brings to life all the drama and espionage intrigue in this story of a Homeland security agent who investigates the kidnapping of a murdered American diplomat's wife in Argentina.
His full-voiced narration brings to life a juicy group of characters, from the youngsters who discover the body to the disaffected Angela, a 15-year-old whose parents are in the middle of an acrimonious divorce.
Smalls' engaging personal narrative and anecdotal style brings to life the world of ancestors singing a capella blues and plantation melodies, and explains the meaning of those songs in the context of the 20th century by interlining the sacred musical tradition of the Gullah culture from the isolated islands of the Georgia coast.
Volume 1 of the "Music of Central Asia" series, Tengir-Too: Mountain Music of Kyrgyzstan is a deluxe music CD and DVD combination that brings to life the diverse musical culture of a region that has long been inaccessible to outsiders.
Marnika skillfully and believably brings to life Angie, Seymour and the other characters in their urban Australian setting.
Jung Institute in Zurich, Not The Big Sleep brings to life complex abstract concepts concerning how the human mind gravitates toward involvement, and even love, in a narrative manner that readers of all background can relate to.