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Wiving A Memoir Of Loving Then Leaving The Patriarchy
by Caitlin Myer

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This was a tough read. I thought it was going to focus on the author finding her way to some inner peace and standing on her own emotional feet as an independent woman. The book got there eventually, but there was a lot of difficult and painful material to wade through to get there. A really brave book in all its raw honesty.

The Cat In The Hat's Learning Library
by Tish Rabe

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High? Low? Where did it go?

Ashes Laurie Halse Anderson
by Laurie Halse Anderson

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This is the third and final series of the chains. Curzon and Isabel escape finding Ruth to find out that their old slave master is tracking them down. Again, they go through many obstacles, including in their own relationship, with misunderstandings, stubbornness, and arguments. Once everything clears up, Isabel and Curzon fall in love and marry, and her relationship with Ruth is restored.

Mercy Watson Something Wonky This Way Comes
by Kate Dicamillo

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Mercy Watson Books No.6

Passport To Heaven
by Micah Wilder

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The writing flows quickly and you start to like to charters you meet quickly. The book is really about unmerited grace. He starts from childhood through adulthood. It was very engaging autobiography about a young man who was Mormon on his 2 year mission field. A very religious man who was always looking for more with his relationship with God. On his mission he challenges minsters of Christian faith, faced many hurricanes and then having to face his own church and its leaders. His life turned around and he shows how God can talk to you through the Bible. As a story it was a page turner, but I liked that I could learn from him on scripture as well.

Thea Stilton and The Frozen Ficaso
by Geronimo Stilton

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When the Thea Sisters (Pamela, Colette, Paulina, Nicky, Violet) visit Iceland, there're really excited to see a famous author (Vigmar Ratson) but he has disappeared. The Thea Sisters and Ratson's nieces solve the mystery by following his clues and the manuscript of his next novel (Black Tide). But other people want Vigmar Ratson too. After they have saved him they returned back toMousford and find out Vigmar Ratson put something special in the book just for them.

Three Missing Days
by Colleen Coble

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I didn't realize when I requested this book that the genre was Christian Romantic Suspense or that it was the third book in a trilogy. (It was recommended in a magazine as a good summer mystery.) This probably influenced my 3-star rating, as I'm not a fan of the genre. I was also very confused about the characters' relationships and backstories throughout most of the book. That said, the author kept upping the stakes to keep you on the edge of your seat. The ending was one of those teary, feel-good resolutions that Nicholas Sparks is famous for. I had to work to push through and finish it, and almost gave up early on. I won't be reading any more by this author, but fans of Christian Romantic Suspense and trite, sappy conclusions will probably enjoy it.

There Was A Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow
by Lucille Colandro Old Lady Book Collection

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Catchy for my 5 year old

Dog man
by Dav Pilkey

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I liked the book a lot because it was funny. My favorite part was when dog man peed on the floor. I would recommend you to read dog man.

Let The Wind Rise
by Shannon Messenger

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A wondrous ending to the Sky Fall trilogy. I very much enjoyed these books.