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The White Princess Philippa Gregory
by Philippa Gregory Books

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This was the first book I've read by this author after having seen some of the tv/film adaptations of her work. The books really bring the characters to life, and it is intriguing the way that they are told in first person from one person's point of view. Hard to say how historically accurate these are, but they do seem accurate in a broad sense. Actually encourages interest in the historical subject matter. Makes for a great summer read.

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.

Mickey Meets The Giant
by A Walt Disney Beginning Reader

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We loved it

Olivia Claus
by Kama eihorn

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We half liked it

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

The Lost And Found Bookshop Susan Wiggs
by Susan Wiggs

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Susan Wiggs does it again! A great story to get caught up in.

The Souths Okayest Writer
by Sean Dietrich

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If you enjoy southern writing and stories about real life Sean Dietrich books are for you. Ever read Rick Bragg?? You'll love Seans!

I Love My Mommy Because
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This is another one of my daughter's favorite books. We do all the sounds to it and when we're done we always reread it again and again.

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.

Simon And The Homosapien Agenda
by Becky Albertalli

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Delightful YA novel that is significantly better than the movie. Gives a lot of insight into the character Simon, who is even more likable here b/c he is less manipulative. Gives much more depth into the relationship of Simon and his pen pal Blue.