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Romina's Rangoli

Recommendations from Under the Radar, Wednesday 8/29

Looking for a good book? Be sure to see these reviews and discussions coming in from Under the Radar, a blog festival of good reading.

The Tide Knot, by Helen Dunmore, at Big A, little a...Jane Mendelsohn's Innocence (part 1 of a discussion), at Bildungsroman...The President's Daughter series, by Ellen Emerson White, at A Chair, A Fireplace and A Tea Cozy...Innocence (part 2 of a discussion), at Chasing Ray...The House on Hound Hill, by Maggie Prince, at Finding Wonderland...Frances Donnelly's Shake Down the Stars, at Interactive Reader...Zilpha Keatley Snyder's Green Sky trilogy, at Jen Robinson's Book Page... Innocence (part 3 of a discussion), at lecititans...The Reb and the Redcoats and Enemy Brothers, both by Constance Savery, at Miss Erin...The Dreamhunter duet, by Elizabeth Knox, at Shaken & Stirred...Carole Boston Weatherford's Dear Mr. Rosenwald, at Writing and Ruminating

Here at Chicken Spaghetti, don't miss Pooja Makhijani, guest blogging about the picture book Romina's Rangoli.


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I liked ur book review. And would like to invite you for cross post of similar reviews on this blog If you find it worth contributing, then email me at [email protected]

Well, thanks! Good luck with your blog, too!

I keep seeing references to Under the Radar, and cannot find a source. Is it a carnival, a festival, a blog, a website? Help!

Hey, Silvia. Good question. It's more like a festival of underappreciated books. Colleen Mondor, of the blog Chasing Ray, is the organizer, and she has a post about the endeavor:

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