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Beauty: A Retelling of the Story of Beauty and the Beast- Robin McKinley. My favorite book since I was a teenager.

I received this exact set of books by Louisa May Alcott as a gift from my mom as a young girl; I've literally read them over the years so much that they're falling apart. <3

Such a great selection of books by Louisa May Alcott; I love reading these as much now as I did as a girl and a teen. (Little Women, Little Men, Jo's Boys, Eight Cousins, Jack and Jill)

The Hero and the Crown

Review: The Blue Sword & The Hero and the Crown — Robin McKinley

The Hero and the Crown - Amazing sword and sorcery book and winner of the 1985 Newberry Award (strongly recommend)

Ellen Hopkins Books

all Ellen Hopkins books are amazing. i only read Crank. next is Burned

Harry Potter.  Read them or be sad.

The book series of my generation. Rowling is a genius, and her series is a masterpiece. It was a sad day when the last Harry Potter book was finished.

Just read this to my kids I nannyed for in Virginia. LOVE LOVE this LDS novel. Such a perfect high school love story. :)

"The Secret Journal of Brett Colton" by: Kay Lynn Mangum -- My absolute favorite book(:

I am insanely terribliy embarassingly hooked after reading the first book for the first time ever.  I bought in on Friday, finished on Sunday and bought the second today!

I just thought, man it has been too long since i read these. Like, 2 months!

13 Books About TIME Traveling WOMEN: Five years in the writing by one of science fiction’s most honored authors, "Doomsday Book" is a storytelling triumph. Connie Willis draws upon her understanding of the universalities of human nature to explore the ageless issues of evil, suffering, and the indomitable will of the human spirit.

13 Books About Time-Traveling Women

"Doomsday Book" by Connie Willis (Oxford Time Travel - Very well-done. Willis really gives the reader a vivid picture of how dirty, misogynistic, and primitive it was to live then. And how awful the Black Death really was!

Teaching in Progress: Writing with Scaredy Squirrel

Teaching in Progress: Writing with Scaredy Squirrel

The Call of the Wild Jack London   Click on the image to check our catalog

Published in 1903 novel by American writer Jack London. If I recall he also wrote White Fang. We did it as a setwork book in the Such a lovely story.

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