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Educated
by Tara Westover

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Gripping and well written. Would be a wonderful book to discuss in a book club.

A Color Of His Own
by Leo Lionni

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Lilly really loves naming the colors of the chameleon. It's a very cute and simple book that I enjoyed reading to my daughter.

Map of Bones
by James Rollins

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Page turner from start to finish. Follow Gray Pierce of Sigma, in a tenuous partnership with the Guild and the Vatican in search of the secret of the Magi. From Cologne to Rome, around the Mediterranean, then Avignon.

The Amazing Life Cycle Of Plants
by Kay Barnham

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We liked this book! It was informative, colorful, and fun to read.

There Is A Rainbow
by Theresa Trinder

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It has positive messages.

the book of lost names
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very good book, loved it

Magnus Chase And The Gods Of Asgard, Book 1: The Sword Of Summer
by Rick Riordan

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Homeless teen dies becomes god thing and oh my god he's just like me fr

Between Shades Of Gray
by Ruta Sepetys

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Omg. Just omg the ending

A Court Of Thorns And Roses
by Sarah J. Maas

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It was good but it did not hold passion in which I was looking for.

The Museum Of Extraordinary Things
by Alice Hoffman

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A good Hoffman tale, complicated characters and intertwining relationships alongside a view of New York City we don’t remember once existed: farms, early Coney Island, tenements, the struggle for labor laws against rising capitalism. A few technical complaints toward the end (a dog can’t use a breathing hose under water, for example) but overall, an engaging story.