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Just Critters Who Care
by Mercer Mayer

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Learning how to care about others

Til We Have Faces
by Cs Lewis

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I’ve only caught glimpses of the Greek narrative but reading Lewis’s spin on Psyche and Cupid makes me want to read it! Always a master a subtlety, he says so much without having to shove it in your face, leaving the reader to groan and wrestle with the same emotional labor the characters do. It reminded me quite a bit of the Bible’s Job, a contention against God (in this case “the gods”), and the demand for an answer in the face of unjust circumstances. Do you dare enter the ring?

The Perfect Murder
by Kat Martin

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Really enjoyed this book! Just the right amount of suspense and romance!

Magic Tree House Dinosaurs Before Dark
by Mary Pope Osborne

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My favorite part in this book was when the boy flew on the pterodactyl.

She Gets The Girl
by Alyson Derrick

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Absolutly loved this book it was so cute and definatly a tear jerker.

American Royals
by Katharine Mcgee

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A wonderful book that explores the world or American Royalty!

The Bullet
by Iris Johansen

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Could not get past page 25-I guess you need to read the book before this one because they refer back to past characters that I am not familiar with. Big Disappointment!

ABC'S for Boys
by Michael Kracht

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Nicely illustrated book.

The Outsiders
by S.e Hinton

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This book is very thrilling with a lot of action included in it!

The Charlotte Perkins Gilman Reader
by Charlotte Perkins Gilman

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The book contained short stories and excerpts from novels by Charlotte Gilman. At the turn of the twentieth century, Gilman's writings espoused some very progressive ideas, such as women having careers outside the home, children being raised in community centers, housework being done by those who chose it as a career, and more equality of wages. I only planned on reading the first story, The Yellow Wallpaper, which was my Book Club's selection for the month, but went in to read the entire volume. It was interesting from a historic perspective because to a large extent society has move in some of her proposed directions.