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by Jami Davenport

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The main heroine actually drove me crazy.

The Four Winds Kristin Hannah
by Kristin Hannah

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An excellent historical novel that brings the Dust Bowl and the Great Depression to life. A good study on what really makes family, as well.

If You Give A Mouse A Cookie
by Laura Numeroff

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Mouse and Cookie!

People We Meet on Vacation
by Emily Henry

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Two odd-couple friends meet in college and vacation with each other once each year. A romantic attraction boils just below the surface of their friendship. Something happens (not yet clarified) and they do not talk for two years, but are now going on vacation together again.

The Pigeon Wants A Puppy
by Mo Willems

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Cataleya liked that the pigeon demands a puppy. She liked in the end that he changed his mind and wanted a walrus instead!

Still Life With Bread Crumbs Anna Quindlen
by Anna Quindlen

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Story is not very exciting or detailed. I like some of the comparison descriptions.

There's A Pest In The Garden
by Jan Thomas

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Fun to read with the little guy. He was cracking up the whole time

by Disney

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Camila loves Princess Aladdin and when she rides the magic carpet.

Chicka Chicka Boom Boom
by Bill Martin Jr

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Great book we liked it

Firekeeper's Daughter
by Angeline Boulley

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The main character is of both Native American and Caucasian descent, with her mother's family generally unaccepting of her Native American relatives. She ends up working undercover with the FBI to help identify members of a drug ring that sold to Native Americans. The plot line is very good, but in my opinion, there were too many characters and unfamiliar Native American words that made reading the story challenging.

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