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Leap Day
Leap Day by Wendy Mass (2000s)
Author handled the life of a teen today with great insight. I appreciated How she was able to see the day struggles as well as the joy and encompass it all in one unusual yet usual day. -- Added by Rlkliewer on 02/10/2014

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The Very Nearly Honorable League of Pirates #1: Magic Marks the Spot
The Very Nearly Honorable League of Pirates #1: Magic Marks the Spot by Caroline Carlson (2000s)
This is a fun book for fantasy. I enjoyed the humor and imagination. -- Added by Rlkliewer on 02/07/2014

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The wrong question book 2
The wrong question book 2 by Lemony snicket (2000s)
Again in his humorous gruff style, Snicket entertains the reader while increasing their vocabulary. A word when used here means set of words available to be used in conversation. -- Added by Rlkliewer on 01/31/2014

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The Marseille Caper
The Marseille Caper by Peter Mayle (2000s)
Mayle has done a fabulous job of capturing the readers imagination in this somewhat lighthearted suspense thriller. At times I even felt bad for the bad guys. They find themselves in quite an unwinnable situation. -- Added by Rlkliewer on 01/31/2014

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The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders (2000s)
This was a fun children's book. The description said it was similar to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. I didn't find it that interesting. However, it was fun fantasy fluff. -- Added by Rlkliewer on 01/29/2014

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All The Wrong Questions: Who Could That Be At This Hour?
All The Wrong Questions: Who Could That Be At This Hour? by Lemony Snicket (Other)
This was a fun children's mystery book. In true lemony snicket form, but not as "cranky" -- Added by Rlkliewer on 01/29/2014

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The Aviator's Wife
The Aviator's Wife by Melanie Benjamin (1930s)
This was a fabulous book about Anne Morrow Lindbergh. I couldn't stop researching Anne once I started the book. I found it fascinating. -- Added by Rlkliewer on 01/29/2014

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