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Secrets, lies, and crawfish pies
by Abby Vandiver

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Fun read with interesting characters. Enjoyed.

Sassy Babys First Words
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Its a cute little book that kids can learn from.

Inheritance Dani Shapiro
by Dani Shapiro

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This book is a real page turner written in many ways like a mystery being unveiled. Beautiful writing style, deeply self reflective. Excellent read for a trip.

Living Dead In Dallas By Charlaine Harris
by Charlaine Harris Sookie Stackhouse Series

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solid follow up to the first Sookie Stackhouse book. Features many of the events of true blood season 2 but in condensed form.

I'm a Stranger Here Myself
by Bill Bryson

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This is a classic work of essays by Bryson told in his inimitable style. Is a unique perspective on American life after his having lived in UK for 20 years. Witty and insightful. Somewhat dated to the 90s.

Untamed Glennon Doyle
by Glennon Doyle Melton Untamed

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This is a great read that combines personal anecdotes with self-empowerment. Reminiscent of books like Elizabeth Gilbert's Big Magic (the author references Gilbert as a friend/mentor). Focuses a lot on parenting and on her relationship with wife Abby Wambach. Will probably make a lot more sense if you've read her previous book(s) first.

Me Talk Pretty One Day David Sedaris
by David Sedaris Me Talk Pretty One Day

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Classic book of essays covering his family life, years as struggling artist working odd jobs, and, as the title suggests, his time in France and attempts to learn the language. Witty, self-deprecating. Sedaris' audiobooks recommended to get a sense of his personality.

The Other Side Of the Bay
by Sean Dietrich

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Dietrich pays homage to the Florida area where he grew up. Each story is interesting and attention getting. Enjoyed every word.

Mickey Meets The Giant
by A Walt Disney Beginning Reader

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We loved it

The Familiar Dark
by Amy Engel

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Amy Engel writes a really good mystery. Her characters, like Eve, have grit and gumption. She relys on herself to find her daughters killer.