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The Ocean at the End of the Lane
by Neil Gaiman

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If it is written by Neil Gaiman you should read it. His books have fun, fantasy, and are well written with interesting characters! This book does not disappoint!

Saturday Is Swimming Day
by Hyewon Yum

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we half liked it. Mama loved it

Sing along old macdonald had a farm
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My daughter loves this book. We always have to read it over and over again.

Olivia Claus
by Kama eihorn

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We half liked it

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.

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.

Mickey Meets The Giant
by A Walt Disney Beginning Reader

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We loved it

Dead After Dark
by Charlaine Harris Sookie Stackhouse Series

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This book follows very closely along with the first season of True Blood with the exception of the characters Tara and Jessica being absent. Like the show, features great cast of characters well drawn from the outset. The book is told in first person from Sookie's perspective, so you get an even better sense of her point of view than in the show. The audiobook is especially well done in terms of Sookie's accent, attitude, etc.

My Friend Anna
by Rachel Deloache Williams

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This book makes for a good read for a summer trip. You can breeze through it very quickly. I particularly recommend the audio book for hearing the author's narrative view. Well structured to draw reader into the author's anxiety/plight brought on by this friendship.

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.