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P Is For Pterodactyl The Worst Alphabet Book Ever
by Raj Haldar and Chris Carpenter

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"The worst alphabet book ever" Younger kids like the story and older kids and parents are amused while reading an entire book based on highlighting words beginning with silent letters like "p is for pterodactyl" "w is for wren" "c is for czar" and "t is for tsunami" Entertaining for all!

Ravi's Roar
by Tom Percival

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In Ravi's Roar Ravi is the littlest one in his family. In hide and seek he couldn't find anyone. He was too short for a lot of things at the park. He got really mad. He turns into a angry tiger. He could do everything he wanted to do by roaring. But then no one wants to play with him. He says sorry and becomes a kid again.

The Dream Thieves
by Maggie Stiefvater

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An amazing sequel with compelling plots and plenty of twists and turns.

The Confession
by John Grisham

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This audiobook had me encapsulated because of how interesting the case was. The reader was easy to listen to and kept me interested to the very end.

Big Nate On A Roll
by Lincoln Pierce

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Nate is a boy, who is in Timber Scouts and they are doing a fund raiser for there troop by selling wall hangings and whoever sells the most gets a skateboard. So Nate works hard and wins the skateboard. I really over this book!

Vampirina Ballerina
by Anne Marie Pace

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This book is about Vampirina going to her ballet and her bat flying all over the place. I liked this book because it has bats, cats and Vampirina's ballet costume for her recital. I would recommend it to my friend Isabella because she would probably love the vampire costume and ballet.

Five-ingredient Dinners
by America's Test Kitchen

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How often have you skimmed a cookbook and mentally noted all of the ingredients you would need for suggested recipes that will eventually languish in the pantry after one use? Well, this book offers more than 100 creative and delicious ways to serve lunch, dinner and brunch using no more than five easy to find ingredients. Beautifully photographed to inspire the reader to get their skillets and wok pans ready to create simple and uncomplicated dishes featuring seafood, beef and chicken, with vegan suggestions also included. America's Test Kitchen has produced another winner!

Mere Christianity
by C.S. Lewis

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C.S. Lewis's "Mere Christianity" re-introduces the Christian faith to readers in simply and gently terms. In the tone of a loving parent, he explains the meaning of the universe, what Christians believe, what Christian behavior ought to look like, and provides an outline of basic Christian Theology. There are aspects of this book that this particular reader (a Roman Catholic, whereas Lewis is an Anglican) disagrees with. However, Lewis is an extremely skilled writer and rivals many of the great Catholic apologists. I recommend this book for those non-religious folk seeking a highly approachable introduction to the Christian faith, or to Catholics who are very firm in their understanding of the Catholic Faith and confident in their ability to weed out the subtle difficulties that Lewis creates at times. For the average Catholic, I would recommend reading "Orthodoxy" by G.K. Chesterton or "An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine" by John Henry Cardinal Newman instead. Both are also considered very approachable but much more sound in their Catholicity.

Tomorrow And Tomorrow And Tomorrow
by Gabrielle Zevin

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Two friends--often in love but never lovers--come together as creative partners in the world of video game design, where success brings them fame, joy, tragedy, duplicity, and, ultimately, a kind of immortality. Too good. This book is slow, but sweet.

ABC Book
by Dr Seuss Books

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Our family loves Dr. Seuss and the way he rhymes.