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Growing Up Duggar
by Duggar, Jana

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Great book! 10/10 on how to raise a relational family.

Stolen Magic
by Mary Jo Putney

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I really enjoyed the mystical adventure. Very exciting and fast paced.

Highlights Preschool Activity Book
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My son loves to learn and these help

The Conviction
by Robert Dugoni

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Really good book in the David Sloane series. Dugoni never disappoints.

The Hate U Give
by Angie Thomas

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Great story line but a lot of foul language.

Gathering Blue
by Lois Lowry

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This book was sort of slow to start and didn't interest me as much at first as the first book in this series, "The Giver". But I would recommend it because once you started reading more of it it got very good. The Giver series is one I highly recommend.

White Fire
by Preston and Child

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Ok, the Preston and Child books aren’t world shaking masterpieces but some of them are really fun reads. This one is one of the best Pendergast novels. It’s atmospheric- Colorado in the snow and Arthur Conan Doyle’s England. Pendergast finds a missing Sherlock Holmes story which is included. I enjoyed the story from Corries’s point of view and Pendergasts’s trip back in time. This is a good one!

Sentinel
by Jennifer L. Armentrout

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Sentinel is the fifth installment of the Covenant series by Jennifer Armentrout. It was my favorite book of the series because it was unpredictable and unique. I also learned quite a bit about Greek mythology by reading this series. The character development was well defined, and I was sad to be reading the last book because I enjoyed the series a lot and I really enjoy Armentrout's writing style.

Varina
by Charles Frazier

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Varina by Charles Frazier Jefferson and Varina Davis apparently opened their home to an African American child around the time of the Civil War. It was never made clear then of the why of their taking this child into their home and raising him as one of their own. Charles Frazier was fortunate that his writing team was able to locate some rate historical documents about this period of history. In an unusual way of writing Frazier takes the read through history of Varina Howell Davis. The story is told chronologically although the time and setting changes. It starts early in the 20th century when the once young man James, now James Blake, a widower and a teacher, wants to know the truth. It starts as a flashback, then the next chapter is from the 1860s. The story moves quickly and interesting enough and family stories are fascinating. However, I didn’t find the answer to the question or else I missed it. I found it to be a wonderful book but then I do like the Civil War period. Although I am on a nonfiction kick, I will settle for a little historical fiction now and then. (finished the book June 2).

The Heart Of Falcon Ridge
by D.I Roan

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Short story but entertaining
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