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The Dachshund Wears Prada
by Stefanie London

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Very enjoyable book. A bit predictable like most romances but not too serious or heavy-handed with physical details.

Pete The Cat
by James Dean

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It was a very nice book that helped me learn lessons.

radha &jai
by Nisha Sharma

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too slowburn

Sleeping Bags To S'mores
by Heather Balogh Rochfort , William Rochfort

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An interesting camping basics book. The illustrations make it even better

Creepy Libraries
by Troy Taylor

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I read about different haunted libraries. Theu have deathly silent rooms and dark shadows.

The Count Of Monte Cristo
by Alexander Dugan

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Was really good. Had to read for english and enjoyed reading, one of my favorites:)

Shattered Vows
by Shain Rose

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Loved it! Absolutely amazing.

Trucks on trucks
by Fairbank, Sorche

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enjoyed

Nightingale
by Deva Fagan

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This is an amazing novel and truly deserves to be a Texas Bluebonnet Nominee. It is one of the greatest books I have ever read, and hard to put down

One Jar of Magic
by Haydu, Corey Ann

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This is a strange book that supposedly targets young readers, ages 11 on up. I struggled to decide between a 3 or a 4 and ultimately selected 4 as an adult reader. If I was reviewing this for children, maybe a 3 on a good day. Personally, there is no way that this book will attract older elementary/middle school readers. Maybe I'm wrong but.... I don't think so. The writing is great, the main character believable, even the fantastical events are well done yet the underlying tension and ultimate problem in the story may well be missed by young readers. By the author not creating a unity in approach between all aspects of a novel, readers might miss a wonderful story of loss and gains but for those lucky few mature readers, this is a decent story that is great for discussion and thought.