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Celebrate Recovery. John Baker


Unclaimed Baggage
by Jen Doll


 
 
I expected a cute, quirky romcom, but I got SO much more than that. Unclaimed Baggage has a LOT of hidden depth to it, and I really enjoyed it!


Winnie The Pooh Complete Collection

 
 
Good


Icky Little Duckling
by Steve Smallman


 
 
Nice little story with all the duck pictures my toddler loves.


Not Quite Narwhal
by Jessie Sima


 
 
Very cute new take on unicorns with nice moral and pictures.


I Am Malala Young Readers Edition
by Malala Yousafzai


 
 
I think this book was definitely one of my all time favorites its so amazing to read and it was like being there with Malala and the hard times she went through I HIGHLY recommend it!!




 
 
Marion Chesney The Education of Mss Patterson


Always And Forever Lara Jean
by Jenny Han


 
 
LOVE THIS SERIES! Can't wait to watch the movie!


King's Cage Victoria Aveyard

 
 
Didn't meet my expectations. Pretty slow at the beginning.


Precalculus Demystified
by Rhonda Huettenmueller


 
 
I'm almost finished!


Writing Skills Grade 3

 
 
It's good to have friends.They help you feel well when your lonely.My friends are Link,Beth,and Sally.Sally is my best my friend.All of us try to behave so she doesn't separate us.Its hard to behave because Beth always be funny.That's when the teacher separate us.


The Duke I Tempted
by Scarlett Peckham


 
 
Book 1 of the Secrets of Charlotte Street series. Historical romance taking place in Wiltshire, England, and London, England in the 1750s. Poppy Cavendish, twenty-five-years-old, is a self-trained botanist of exotic plants who hopes to expand her nursery and build a vast and profitable business one day. This is even more imperative in light of the recent death of her uncle and guardian, whose debt has left her with no inheritance and whose entailed property has left her with no ground for her nursery. She is contracted by the sister of the Duke of Westmead, owner of nearby property Westhaven, to decorate the house and ballroom for a grand ball where the duke will choose his bride. Archer Stonewell, the Duke of Westmead, thirty-four-years-old, has not set foot on Westhaven ground in thirteen years, after a terrible tragedy that resulted in tragic personal loss. The grief and guilt he felt afterward led him to wall off his heart and seek out a penance and solace in Charlotte Street in ways others would consider "perversive". Now, he must marry and provide an heir to his estate or risk his properties and tenants falling into the hands of a brutal aristocrat. His best hopes are for a wife who will be so taken in by the material goods and comforts that come with becoming a duchess that she will want as little to do with him as possible. When Archer meets Poppy, he is so taken by her ambition and industriousness that he can't help but be attracted to her. Although they initially part as friends, they are forced back together due to scandal. In order to save Poppy's dreams of building her business and achieving financial independence, Archer proposes a marriage in line with a business arrangement: he will provide funds, resources, property, and employees for Poppy to expand and operate her business independently in exchange for her providing him with an heir and privacy in his personal life. Poppy is very reluctant to accept a marriage she sees as dangerous to her independence and her heart but accepts in hopes of achieving her dream. The two embark on a marriage that proves more challenging than they initially thought and one that forces them to realize and acknowledge new needs and desires they haven't thought possible. This was a unique historical romance full of angst, emotional connection, and unconventional steaminess. Peckham constantly inverts the expectations of tropes within this genre. It was lovely to see Archer and Poppy's initial attraction for one another grow from a base of mutual respect, admiration and understanding. One would think their marriage would proceed accordingly as well, with contentment and companionship. However, their pride, stubbornness, ambition, and fear of falling in love with a partner who would never want an emotional relationship all combine to create a quagmire of angst, disappointment and unhappiness as they pit their expectations of the marriage with their own hidden desires and hopes. They proceed in fits and starts, longing for and loving one another, while at the same time, behaving acutely politely or indifferently towards the other, afraid or unable to take the leap of faith into fully trusting one another with their deepest desires. A more realistic, emotional, at times painful, read about a marriage of convenience meant to be a mutually beneficial business proposition but one that turns into deep, abiding love that cannot be ignored or suppressed.


Judy Blume
by Superfudge


 
 
I liked this book. Fauntastic


Judy Blume
by Superfudge


 
 
Funniest book


The Boy In The Striped Pajamas
by John Boyne


 
 
It is a very interesting plot based on the Holocaust about a young boy finding a friend on the other side of the fence. It shows how the Holocaust even took a toll on the children at the time.
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