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The Deep deep puddle
by Mary jessie Parker

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Cute. Fun counting

The Dutch House
by Ann Patchett

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This book was recommended to me by a friend and it was excellent. The fact that it was read by Tom Hanks made it even better.

The Deep deep puddle
by Mary jessie Parker

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Cute. Fun counting

Dog Man
by Dav Pilkey

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It was a great book

Stella Diaz Has Something To Say
by Angela Dominguez

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I like it because I like fish and it was cute and she gave some facts about starfish and clown fish and anemones.

Katie Weldon Peculiar Treasures
by Robin Jones Gunn

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This book is above all my top fave!!!!!!!! Christy Miller, (another series that Gunn wrote,) was great, but Katie Weldon series is THE BEST! Blending clumsy, hilarious, creative, faith, people person, and, lastly, energetic and cute into one person, the adventures NEVER stop with Katie. She is so funny, and I laugh more that 10 times in the 1st book of the Katie Weldon series. 13 and up, though, cuz Katie is, like, 19 or 20 in this book and deals with boyfriends and stuff. Really great book though!!!!

Raymie Nightingale
by Kate Dicamillo

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It was funny and interesting. Even a little weird. At the start, it made no sense whatsoever. If you continued reading until the end, it made more sense.

Dogman Fetch 22
by Dav Pilkey

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It was great

Dogman A Tale Of Two Kitties
by Dav Pilkey

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It was awesome.

The Sundown Motel
by Simone St James

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This is the second Simone St James audiobook I’ve listened to and, though I thought nothing could top Broken Girls, this book blew me away. It is, hands down, the most fascinating ghost story I’ve ever read. I loved how the stories flipped back and forth between the story of the missing girl in the past and the present day story of her niece, who is investigating her aunt’s disappearance. And it was genuinely creepy! If you thought the Overlook Hotel was frightening, you need to check into the Sundown. But remember, you may never leave!


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