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To Kill A Mockingbird
by Harper Lee

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This novel was written by Harper Lee in 1960. The story took place in the 1930s in a small town in Alabama called Maycomb. Throughout the novel, the main character, Scout, her brother, Jem and their friend Dill, try to make their isolated neighbor, Boo Radley, leave his house. The novel also focuses on the racism against the black community in the town. Atticus, Scout’s father, was defending a black man, Tom Robinsion in a court case and during this case, Scout and her brother were able to learn life lessons and the way people are treated differently. To Kill a Mockingbird is a wonderful book for people to read. It shows the unfortunate reality of society. I definitely recommend this book for readers to learn important lessons.

If She Knew (A Kate Wise Mystery—Book 1)
by Blake Pierce

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Brings you back to why you choose the career you do.

This Is Black Panther
by Alexandra West

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great book and good marvel story

A Good Day For A Hat
by T. Nat Fuller

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Fun book to read with kids who are learning to read. Makes great use of simple rhyming words and repetition, and can lend itself well to conversations about the weather, friendship, and being prepared. My niece and nephew enjoyed picking which was their favorite hat and deciding when and where they would wear it best.

The Holiday Swap
by Maggie Knox

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Absolutely adorable story. Like a Hallmark Christmas movie in a book. Exactly what I wanted to enjoy for Christmas!!

These Violent Delights
by Chloe Gong

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Romeo and Juliette by William Shakespeare is a timeless tale about the sorrows and joys of forbidden love. Chloe Gong took this classic and turned it into something original, fascinating, and enthralling - forbidden love in the chaos of 1920's Shanghai. In a bustling city filled with violence, thievery, and money-hungry foreigners, the true rulers of Shanghai were its gangs. Juliette Cai, heir to the Scarlet Gang, and Roma Montagov, heir to the White Flowers, have every reason to stay away from one another. From gang rivalry to their tangled romantic past, it’s clear that every star is proverbially crossed. But all of that changes when a monster makes its appearance in the city - something that has the capability of slaughtering thousands. Driven by circumstance, the two former lovers must cooperate to take down this danger and save the city they both call home. This was a fantastic novel that is by far the best retelling I have ever read. It stayed true to the source material while also describing a rich era of Chinese history that is rarely discussed in literature. I would highly recommend this to anyone interested in an accurate depiction of one of the most fascinating cities in all of China.

Bridge Of Clay
by Markus Zusak

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A really poignant read, well-written and moving.

We are not Free
by Traci Chee

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Japanese American interim,ent

Smile
by Raina Telgemeier

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A girl named Raina faces the situation, on one girl scout night, where she trips and falls and severely injures her two front teeth. As the downfall continues a lot of school drama and humiliations clouds the mind of poor Raina. Will Raina get over these fears? Will she ever smile?

This Is Black Panther
by Alexandra West

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good and nice simple reading