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The Giver
by Lois Lowry


This book is fantastic!!!?? The writing was so good and It hooked me since the 1st chapter and I love this book. The ending was spectacular!!?? I can’t wait to reread it again in the future
 
 


Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire Hardcover
by J.K. Rowling


I really liked the plot twists. It was hard to keep up at times.
 
 


Almost Just Friends
by Jill Shalvis


Another book in the Wildstone Series - This story gives a great insight on family - more importantly how secrets can impact the relationships within a family. Each person has their reasons for keeping their secrets, but at what cost? Don't forget that romance complicates relationships with secrets, too!
 
 


The Berenstain Bears Go Out For The Team
by Stan And Jan Berenstain


This book was another fun Berenstain Bears book. This book talks about pressure around trying out for a sports team and reminding us that it is only a game.
 
 


Little Fires Everywhere
by Celste Ng


I loved how the multiple story lines were woven together seamlessly, and the antagonist and protagonists were both nicely complex characters.
 
 


Absolutely Nasty Word Search Level Four
by Dave Tuller


Even the fearless approach these puzzles with trepidation. Do you think YOU could solve a puzzle with letters that can become other letters if you turn the book to a different orientation? Good luck!
 
 


Hark A Vagrant
by Kate Beaton


I thought this book was okay. Some comics in it were funny and some were a miss. I would recommend this book to someone who is an avid historian first and not just interested in history as some of the comics were about really not very well known times and events in history.
 
 


Arizona Off the Beaten Path
by Roger Naylor


Since we're sticking around home this summer due to COVID-19 I found this book to be really helpful in finding places I could go around Arizona that would allow me to still avoid crowds.
 
 


Ballad Of Songbirds And Snakes
by Suzanne Collins


A really interesting prequel on the background of "Snow", the President of Panam in the original Hunger Games trilogy. I opened the book thinking Snow would have been a not-great person from the start but was pleasantly surprised about his character development.
 
 


I Am A Rainbow By Dolly Parton
by Dolly Parton


Great way to help explain emotions
 
 
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