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Lisa Genova Box Set
Lisa Genova Box Set by Lisa Genova (Other Fiction)
I was prompted to read this book by my mother's slow journey into dementia. I wanted to know more about this cruel disease so I could relate to Mom's feelings and emotions and, perhaps, stay in touch a little longer with the very essence of her now that she doesn't always recognize or repond to me or or other members of our family. So heartbreaking for us and for ALice's family! -- Added by lbucher on 03/24/2015

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Citizens Creek
Citizens Creek by Lalita Tademy (Historical Fiction)
Citizen's Creek is the story of a particular family of African and Native American blood who along with thousands of others, survived their removal from the deep south to new Indian lands in Oklahoma toward the end of the Civil War. It's a story of the courage, honor, and determination of men and women who believed deeply in the strength and goodness of the bonds of family. -- Added by lbucher on 03/24/2015

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The Wonder of All Things
The Wonder of All Things by Jason Mott (Other Fiction)
THE WONDER OF ALL THINGS is Jason Mott's second book, his first being THE RETURNED. Like it's predecessor, THE WONDER OF ALL THINGS uses a very normal rural/small town setting, with mostly loving, caring families and adds just a bit of fantasy,...a teenager who can heal the physical ailments of others. Fascinating characters and plot. -- Added by lbucher on 03/02/2015

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The Astronaut Wives Club
The Astronaut Wives Club by Lily Koppel (Other Nonfiction)
A revealing look at a time of social, cultural, political, scientific and religious change in our country through the eyes of 100 women who were the spouses of our first space explorers. -- Added by lbucher on 03/02/2015

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Lila by Marilynne Robinson (Other Fiction)
LILA took me to insightful places in the human soul I had never been aware of and had never explored. -- Added by lbucher on 02/15/2015

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Belle by Paula Byrne (History/Biography)
Interesting conjecture of what life might have been like for "the illegitimate daughter of a Captain in the Royal(English)Navy and an enslaved African woman, Dido Belle." The Captain acknowledged Dido Belle as his daughter and put her in the care of his uncle who, in 1756, became "the Lord Chief Justice, which made him the head of the judiciary and the President of the Courts of England and Wales" and gave him power and influence in the emerging British anti-slavery movement. -- Added by lbucher on 02/03/2015

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