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Brandi Stewart of Changing Hands Bookstore recommends 'All the Stars and Teeth'

Whether you prefer your books in hardcover, paperback or on a tablet screen, there are thousands and thousands of choices. Our Page Turner series asks Valley bookstores for their recommendations, and this morning’s selection comes from Brandi Stewart, children’s book buyer at Changing Hands.

The book is "All the Stars and Teeth" by Adalyn Grace, who graduated from ASU.

Brandi spoke with our co-host Steve Goldstein and started with an explanation of the novel’s plot.

Author Adalyn Grace will be talking about All the Stars and Teeth at Changing Hands Bookstore in Tempe tonight at 7 p.m.

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