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The Housewarming
by S.E. Lynes

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Everyone is going to the housewarming party. All the same people who lived on the street the day Abi vanished… Will her mother finally learn the truth? This was my first thriller from Lynes and it was just okay. It started off strong but fell a bit flat for me. I did like the final twist but thought it was a bit too convenient and easy. I felt like that had been done before so it didn't come as a surprise. Overall, this was entertaining but fell flat on the final twist. I wouldn't recommend this.

Little Lamb's New Friends
by Maurice Pledger

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I love this story and the cute animals and pushing the button to make lamb say "baaa baaa baaa"

The Orphan House
by Ann Bennett

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The Orphan House tells the story of 3 different woman characters, each from different generations. Sarah, modern day is fleeing an abusive ex-husband and difficult divorce. You will also meet Connie, an old lady in a nursing home, who is holding a deep dark secret. She lived at the Orphan House her father ran. Sarah wishes to buy the part of the orphanage , where her dad started his life. You will see how the womens' lives meshed from a sewing box under Connie's bed. It is hiding the secret that will change their lives forever. If you like historical ficition, you will love this book of a tale inspired by children who lived at the author's great grandfather's orphanage. It is uplifting and heartbreaking tale at the same time.

How to Tame a Beast in Seven Days
by Kerrelyn Sparks

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This book is about a girl named Luciana who has to take her dead twin sister's place to marry a man named Leofric, also known as the Beast because of his special powers. They have to marry each other or the king will execute them. I loved this book. It had great character development, action, romance, and empowerment. I did like the romantic scenes the most.

Big Nate A Gerbil Ate My Homework
by Lincoln Peirce

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I like this book because Big Nate keeps making up excuses for not doing his homework. The last time he didn't have time to make an excuse, so he looked at the gerbil and said, "Sherman- quick! I need you to eat my homework!" These books are funny. They make me laugh out loud.

The Wife Upstairs
by Rachel Hawkins

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This book is a modern, thriller take on Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte.

The Cottage at Glass Beach
by Heather Barbieri

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The Cottage at Glass Beach by Heather Barbieri was a bit tougher for me to get into than most books I read by familiar authors. Her extremely descriptive writing tended to distract me here and there. This story about the love of a mom who was dealing with marital troubles served as a trigger to me. The only reason I finished it was for this contest. I can't say I would recommend it,, but I know my friends liked it.

You've Reached Sam
by Dustin Thao

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The most heartbreaking, heartwrenching, painful book I have ever read. I am sobbing, I am upset and my throat feels so tight its hard to swallow. Losing someone that you thought would always be there--honestly… its got to be the worse thing ever.

by Jill Eggleton

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Visitors is about friends coming over to a little boy’s house for a party, a barbecue and a camp out. I thought it was good because I liked everything about it.

Puppy mudge wants to play
by Cynthia Rylant

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Mudge just wants to play and for Henry to pay attention to him.