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Possum Living: How to Live Well Without a Job and With (Almost) No Money by Dolly Freed

After seeing this book at the bookstore, I checked our catalog to see if we owned it. However, I thought it was something along the lines of badger, ground squirrel or some other rodent lifestyle. But once I figured out … Continue reading

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Beastly by Alex Flinn

I bought Beastly shortly after I saw the movie trailer. I wanted to read it before the movie came out. Then it got lost on my bookshelves and I didn’t unearth it until Audiobook Community chose Beastly as a free … Continue reading

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The Unwritten Rule by Elizabeth Scott

This is probably the fastest I’ve ever read a book. It only took one day (give or take) to read The Unwritten Rule by Elizabeth Scott. I adored it. Sarah and Brianna have been BFFs since kindergarten. They’ve grown up … Continue reading

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Something Borrowed by Catherine Hapka

I just finished reading Catherine Hapka’s Something Borrowed this week. It was a book I started on May 2, 2010. Granted, I’m a bit of a slow reader, but this one took an exceptionally long time to finish. Partly because … Continue reading

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Define “Normal” by Julie Anne Peters

Antonia meet Jazz. Jazz meet Antonia. Antonia signed up for a peer counseling program at her middle school to lend an ear to students who need someone to talk to…not girls who wear black lipstick and holes in her clothes…on … Continue reading

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Oh. My. Gods. by Tera Lynn Childs

Oh. My. Gods. by Tera Lynn Childs is another fun read. Pheobe’s world is turned upside down when her mom comes back from a vacation in Greece with a fiance and the announcement that she has to leave Los Angeles … Continue reading

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Miss Match by Wendy Toliver

Miss Match by Wendy Toliver is part of The Romantic Comedies series from Simon Pulse publishing. Sweet 16 Sasha has a gift of finding true loves (or homecoming dates) for her friends and classmates. After getting into a fender-bender with … Continue reading

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Top Westerns for 2009

This list of “Top Westerns of 2009″ was originally submitted via the Kansas Library Forum (KANLIB-L) listserv by Bob Hicks of the Arkansas City High School Library: Sundown Chaser by Dusty Richards The Lawman: Hanging Judge by Lyle Brandt Half … Continue reading

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The Whitney Chronicles by Judy Baer

I went through a phase where I read nothing but Christian Chick Lit. I couldn’t get enough of the pink covers with high heels and little dogs. My favorite has to be The Whitney Chronicles by Judy Baer. Whitney is … Continue reading

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The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger

The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger is my all-time favorite book. I appreciate Holden Caulfield’s wit, sarcasm, charm and ability to exaggerate the facts. To my parent’s dismay, I was once a teenager like Holden and possessed many, … Continue reading

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