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Countdown by Deborah Wiles

recommended ages 8 and up. Countdown - It's and it seems everyone is living in fear. Eleven-year-old Franny Chapman lives with her family in Washington, DC, during the days surrounding the Cuban Missile Crisis.

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"Countdown" by Deborah Wiles

Book of letters... Interesting style

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows (( The best book I've read this year (audiobook) bt

Suggested by CORNELIA PENNER, Librarian.

The Sparrow: A Novel

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Review: “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee (Audio)

For my historical fiction book I read 'The Book Thief'. I really enjoyed this book. I think there were many unique aspects all throughout this book. One of these aspects is the fact that the narrator is a mystery all throughout the book (I solved this mystery very  quickly).

Good Reads: Spring Reading List

The Book Thief, Markus Zusak, is a historical fiction novel set in Nazi Germany. Told from the perspective of a personified version of Death, The Book Thief is a outstanding and unique story that shows what it's like to be alone and afraid.

Looking for Alaska: John Green: 9780142402511: Amazon.com: Books

Looking for Alaska, John Green. Excellent coming-of-age novel set at a boarding school in the south. Due to content, this one is better suited for older readers. An absolutely unputdownable story.

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My September’s Favorite!!!

I picked up Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell on a recent trip to the library because the cover looked familiar and I needed an audiobook for last month

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