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Captured by Love
by Judy Hedlund

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Interesting. Intriguing. A little sexual. Sort of Christian-based. Not my pick for 14 and down. But definitely a good romance novel!

Where The Mountain Meets The Moon
by Grace Lin

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I enjoyed this book a lot that I am rereading it. There are lots of interesting Chinese folklore woven into the story and is very clever. A very enchanting tale with so many amazing characters. Grace Lin is a great author. Even though this book is a good read for younger children, I think it's something everyone should read.

Bob Books
by Bob Books

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Easy to read

A Libertarian Walks Into A Bear
by Matthew Hongoltz-hetling

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What a story! The author has an entertaining and humorous writing style which I thoroughly enjoyed. I laughed out load several times, but then had to remind myself that these crazy outlandish happenings were real, and true, and very recent, perhaps even ongoing. When I finished the book, I wanted to hop in my car and go see Grafton and the aftermath of the Free Town project for myself. Unexpectedly, I also had my eyes opened regarding the state's wildlife management, and the author did a great job of presenting bear management from both points of view; the citizens seeing bears in their yard and the conservation perspective. It did leave me thinking! In addition, there was a comparison between bear management in Grafton vs. bear management in the wealthy, well connected community of Hanover (Remember Mink?). I highly recommend this to all NH-ites. It also provides a great study on finding the right balance between low taxes/government intervention and a community supporting one another while maintaining personal freedom. Can personal freedom(s) go too far? Should there be limits? I love well written books that leave me pondering deeply.

Rowley Jefferson's Awesome Friendly Adventure
by Jeff Kinney

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I liked it

Strange Creatures
by Phoebe North

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Loved the book because it's a good book for people to be reading.and also it's relaxing.

Make Your Bed
by Admiral William Mcraven

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Easy , good read. Helpful advice from this wise and learned man on how to change the world by beginning to order your own personal life first! Based on his commencement speech from his alma mater college. He provides clear and doable things to benefit yourself and those around you. enjoyed this read!!

Loki Where Mischief Lies
by Mackenzi Lee

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Loki (Where Mischief Lies) is a remarkable book that has twists every other chapter. It allows new fans to get into the Marvel Universe without them feeling lost and confused, with that said it also allows long term fans catch fun easter eggs (like that Theo worked for Tony Starks grandfather). Over all this was a great read that let me really connect to Loki who other wise I thought was a villain.

The Lonely Firefly By Eric Carle With Lights
by Eric Carle

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We saw firefly this weekend

All these Monsters
by Amy Tintera

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This book was great. Well written, character development was on point. It dealt with emotions and feelings a lot of teens may have a hard time processing and showed some healthy intelligent ways to cope. The story was great and I am highly anticipating the second book.