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Mao's Last Dancer
Mao's Last Dancer by Li Cunxin (2000s)
One of the best books I've read in a long time. Li's story from peasant boy in China to his rise as world renowned ballet dancer will hold you riveted. Can't wait to see the library presentations about this book and watch the movie. -- Added by ropass23 on 02/21/2014

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The Supreme Macaroni Company
The Supreme Macaroni Company by Adriana Trigiani (2000s)
Loved this book! -- Added by ropass23 on 02/21/2014

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The King of Sports
The King of Sports by Gregg Easterbrook (2000s)
If you are a football fan, interested in the politics of football in college and NFL, concerned about safety issues and how football needs to change this book is for you. -- Added by ropass23 on 02/21/2014

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The All-Girl Filling Station's Last Reunion
The All-Girl Filling Station's Last Reunion by Fannie Flagg (2000s)
Loved listening to this book. The author's voice made the characters jump out. Just a lot of fun especially with all the southern characters. Great book for a car trip. -- Added by ropass23 on 02/21/2014

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Takedown Twenty
Takedown Twenty by Janet Evanovich (2000s)
#20 in this series doesn't disappoint with many laugh out loud sections, especially escapades with Stephanie and Lula. Though her books are all very similar, they're good escape fare. -- Added by ropass23 on 01/21/2014

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Still Foolin' 'Em
Still Foolin' 'Em by Billy Crystal (2000s)
Just loved listening to this CD read by Billy Crystal himself. If you grew up in the 60's you can identify with everything he talks about. I especially liked all his chapters about his family, growing up in NY, and his love affair with baseball and Mickey Mantle. It will keep you entertained on a long car ride or just short trips in car or around your house. Covers his entire life right up to his 65th birthday last year. -- Added by ropass23 on 01/21/2014

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Command and Control
Command and Control by Eric Schlosser (2000s)
I enjoyed this author's last book, Fast Food Nation, and thought I would try this one. It's about the history of nuclear weapon's safety with special emphasis on a near disaster that happened in Damascus, Arkansas in 1980. It's detailed and informative and scary. We have never had a nuclear weapons accident occur anywhere where a bomb has actually exploded but we have come so close - in this country and others. -- Added by ropass23 on 01/21/2014

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