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Just Critters Who Care
by Mercer Mayer

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Learning how to care about others

The Quilters Daughter
by Wanda Brunstetter

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I enjoy quilting and Amish books.

Diary Of A Wimpy Kid
by Jeff Kinney

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Very funny and I had a ton of laughs ??.

Katherine Parr The Sixth Wife Alison Weir
by Alison Weir

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If you enjoy historical fiction you will love Allison Weir’s series on the six wives of Henry the eighth. Today’s crime novels have nothing on the intrigue,murder,political backstabbing and infidelity that went on in the Tudor court.

Corduroys Day
by Don Freeman

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Cute story that takes you through Corduroys day.

The Time Of Green Magic
by Hilary Mckay

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The Last Run
by Todd Lewan

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This book started a bit slow but was very fast paced once the weather changed. I was amazed that there were survivors after the men were in the water for that period of time. I am so glad the author decided to write this book, which was a true story and didn't happen that long ago (1998). Highly recommend this book.

Part Of Your World Twisted Tale
by Liz Braswell

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This book has drawn me quickly into the story of Queen Ariel after the death of king Neptune After discovering he is alive she returns to the human world to rescue him. No longer is Ariel the naive teen she once was and the author shows the maturity Ariel has gained in the depth of Ariels thoughts and the vivid descriptions I could say more but why ruin the story? It is well worth the time for a relaxing read with vocabulary that occasionally challenges me.

Olive Again
by Elizabeth Strout

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Olive Again is a sequel to Strout's novel entitled Olive Kitterage. This novel follows Olive as she enters into a second marriage, works on strengthening a relationship with her son Christopher, moves out of her home into a senior living facility, connects with new people, and copes with the problems of aging. Throughout the novel, the stories of other people who live or visit Crosby, Maine are told, as their lives intersect with Olive's. Olive is blunt spoken, honest, amusing, and true to herself.

The Secrets You Keep
by Kate White

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This was a fast, easy summer read that kept me glued until the end.