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Kiss the Horse: Indi Reviews

We are so much better than kissing a horse. Less whiskers. Our indi reviews.

Karl – “1491: New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus” by Charles C. Mann
Jenny – “Wild Things” by Clay Carmichael
Adrienne – Rory Gilmore’s reading list

Like Art: Indi Reviews

Beauty, of course is in the eye of the beholder, and so are our Indi Reviews.

Karl – “Saga: Chapter One” by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples
Cathie Sue – “Best Lowly Worm Book Ever!” by Richard Scarry
Jenny – “It Can’t Be True” publisher D.K. Publishing
Adrienne – Book Riot (website)

Flying Burrito: Indi Reviews

A flying burrito hurts. Here are our indi reviews without projectile food.

Noggin by John Corey Whaley
The Book With No Pictures by B.J. NovakCritical Hit: A D&D Podcast
Graphic Design Solutions by Robin Landa
Twitch and “Why Would Anyone Watch Twitch: The Allure of the Video Game Streaming Site” by Seth Stevenson

SPB: Six Picture Books – Fall 2014

We review these six picture books:

A Fish Named Glub by Dan Bar-El and Josee BiSaillon
When the Wind Blew by Alison Jackson and Doris Barrette
Professor Whiskerton presents Steampunk ABC by Lisa Falkenstern
A Puddle Pug by Kim Norman and Keika Yamaguchi
The Scraps Book: Notes From A Colorful Life by Lois Ehlert
Have you seen my dragon by Steve Light

Cat Vomit: Indi Reviews

You know the cat vomit color when you see it. Individual reviews:

“Boa’s Bad Birthday” by Jeanne Willis and Tony Ross – Jenny
“What’s Your Favorite Animal” by Eric Carle and Friends – Cathie Sue
“Sacre Bleu” by Christopher Moore (audio version) – Karl
“Scraps: Notes from a Colorful Life” by Lois Ehlert

Nowhere to Go Indi Reviews

Got nowhere to go? Take us with you! Indi reviews just for your ear holes.

“Squirrels on Skies” by J. Hamilton Ray and Pascal Lamaitre

“Buzz: A Year of Paying Attention: A Memoir” by Katherine Ellison

“Dot” by Patricia Intriago

“Difficult Men: Behind the Scenes of A Creative Revolution: From the Sopranos and the The Wire to Mad Men and Breaking Bad” by Brett Martin (audio format)