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Down in the Belly of the Whale by Kelley Kay Bowles Down in the Belly of a Whale is sometimes hilarious, sometimes sad, but always real. Down in the Belly of a Whale opens with Harper who believes she is something called a changeling – a creature switched at birth because someone wants the child[…]

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The Swim: A NovelAbout Friendship and the Longest Swim in the World by Jens Colting Timid, 14-year-old Tiny undertakes a life-saving swim sparked by an unlikely friendship with Goliath. Bonding over their imperfections, they form a deep friendship, quickly becoming inseparable. Goliath, 12 years old, studious and clever, is wheelchair bound and his health is[…]

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Vs. Death Noises by Marcus Pactor In the final story of Marcus Pactor’s Vs. Death Noises, a man discovers a single hair in his bathroom and obsesses over the shape it has taken. The problem, he realizes, is that geometry can’t solve his conundrum because geometric definitions are “concerned with perfect impossibilities” whereas the world[…]

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