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long bright river
by liz moore

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A bit too much family drama for me.

Chesters Way
by Kevin Henkes

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I really liked this book because Chester and Wilson had another best friend named Lily.

Audrey's Diary Descendants 3
by Tina Mcleef

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It was very well written and it describes more of how Audrey felt then the movie did.

I Am Invited To A Party
by Mo Willems

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It was way too funny and silly!

The Long Haul Diary Of A Wimpy Kid
by Jeff Kinney

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Leon And Bob
by Simon James

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I like when he went to bed and met Bob.

The Red Market
by Scott Carney

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The author delves into the subject matter of the book in an interesting way that encourages binge reading. Unfortunately, he mostly focused on India and, to a lesser extent, China. It would have been a more thorough take on the topic if he included more chapters that featured the red markets in other countries.

The Splendid And The Vile
by Erik Larson

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This is a very interesting book. By comparison, the 1940-1941 period in England makes our current times seem tame.

School Days According To Humphrey
by Betty G. Birney

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It was very cool that I got to experience how a hamster might think or feel about activities going on around him. I also liked how clever the hamster was and that the ideas that it had are related to ideas that people might have. Overall, I think that it was a very good book to read.

Elenore Oliphant Is Completely Fine
by Gale Honeyman

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Full of emotion. Eleanor is an intelligent, witty, and troubled woman with a traumatic past.Through self discovery she deals with her struggles and triumphantly heals in the process.

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