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The Scarlet Letter
by Nathaniel Hawthorne

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This was definitely a harder read, but I enjoyed it quite a lot. I love the way Hawthorne describes things and goes on tangents. I like that it reads like a story but has an underlying message about the faults of society.

Ten little Fairies
by Fisher Price

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I like it a bit but it's just not the book that I enjoy.

There are no cats in this book
by Viviane Schwarz

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Connor likes that different pages have pop up pictures or pages that come out the side or up.

The Uncommon Reader
by Alan Bennett

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I like this short and sweet book that started my day. I personally like books so much, and I would love to keep on reading more. The little story about the Queen's encounter with the kitchen worker who recommended books is lovely and cute.

Some Girls Do
by Jennifer Dugan

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"Some Girls Do" follows the perspective of two girls: Morgan, who has been kicked out of her catholic school for being queer, and Ruby, caught up in living out the dreams her mother had for herself. The romance progression was realistic, and the arguments touched on genuine topics that many queer couples can relate to. If you liked this book, "You Should See Me In A Crown" by Leah Johnson and "Leah on the Offbeat" by Becky Albertalli are sure to be favorites based on their coming-of-age takes of discovering your sexuality in environments that aren't necessarily kind to it.

Between Two Fires
by Christopher Buehlman

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I'm going to have trouble accurately summarizing this book, but I can say that it is now one of my favorite books. It's an amazing blend of historical fiction, fantasy, horror, and adventure. While it has religious/spiritual overtones, I don't believe that the reader must be religious to enjoy the story. It is the story of an outcast knight, a girl, a priest, and the plague. I am hesitant to say more as I don't want to ruin the story. As someone who really likes all of these genres, I would highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a story in which you can really become involved!

Corduroy
by Don Freeman

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Corduroy is a cute teddy bear who is alive. He needs to find a button. He finds a new friend who is a girl who takes him home.

Dork Diaries 4
by Rachel Renee Russell

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Nikki is trying to get in ice Princess and then Mackenzie is trying to then right before the addition Mackenzie locks them in a closet and with her friends then they got out and Nikki got it any way.

Fidgety Fish
by Ruth Galloway

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Fidgety Fish thought the big fish was a cave. He thought it was so much more exciting than his cave at home, but it wasn't a cave! It was the big fish's mouth! He was trapped but he was so fidgety in the big fish's tummy that the big fish burped two times and Fidgety Fish shot out! We love this story.

The Kitchen House
by Kathleen Grissom

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A young girl travels with her family from Ireland to America when her parents die at sea. She is brought by the captain to his home and lives with the slaves.