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Madeline's Rescue
by Ludwig Bemelmans

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In the beginning it was sad because Madeline fell off the bridge, but then it got much better. I would recommend this book to a friend, it had a great ending.

The Little Paris Bistro
by Nina George

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I made it to page 170 when I realized I really didn't want to finish reading. NOT nearly as enjoyable as Nina George's "The Little Paris Bookshop." One path of the plot is our "heroine" wanting to kill herself and finding the most beautiful place to do so. Regardless of the beautiful Brittany area of France and the characters involved and their positive relationships, the story doesn't redeem itself from this underlying issue, and the main character's a psychologically abusive husband.

This Is My Neighborhood
by Blippi

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I reccomend this book to all toddlers. Teaches kids about daily life.

Draw Me A Star
by Eric Carle

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Educated
by Tara Westover

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Tara Westover tells her story of growing up in an ultra-conservative, prepper, Mormon-household in her memoir, Educated. This is a difficult read about abuse and family dynamics. Despite how challenging of a read this was, I was enthralled by her story. I would definitely recommend this book to everyone.

Animal Origami
by belinda webster

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I didn't really like this book and tried to make the patterns into paper airplanes. The fish was pretty good, but the bat didn't fly that well.

The Best People: Trumps Cabinet and the Seige on Washington
by Alexander Nazaryan

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The Best People takes a complete measure of the Trump administration, to grasp with clarity the president and his intentions, and how those intentions are being carried out-or subverted-by the people he has hired. Meticulously reported and enthrallingly told, The Best People takes readers inside the federal government under Trump's control, a government assailed by the very people charged to lead it, a government awash in confusion and corruption.

Pinkalicious The Pinky Promise
by Victoria Kann

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In this book pinkalicious broke a pinky promise to her friend. And when she had lunch she sat alone. She was so sad then she used all of her blue paint for her friend she made a butterfly and they got ice cream. I would rest again I would share it with a friend

The Cure For Dreaming
by Cat Winters

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This book crosses the divide between reality and the supernatural, by exploring psychology and hypnosis. Olivia is living in a world where women do not yet have the right to vote, or to have their voices heard on any stance. She, without entirely meaning to gets caught up in the rights movement, while her father puts forth every effort to silence her. His efforts include hiring a hypnotist to remove rebellious thoughts from her mind. This soon turns into a disaster where fact and imagination no longer seem so different. This was a very good book, I personally thought it was a little bit over the top feminist.

The Best Friend
by Shalini Boland

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I've loved everything I've read by Shalini Boland, and this one was no different. It was the perfect mystery about a girl who becomes fascinated with her best friend's life and quickly becomes entangled in her secrets. It left enough clues to get me thinking of what the twist could possibly be but not enough for me to figure it out before the big reveal. What a brilliant ending as well. I definitely would recommend this and anything by this author.


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