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Henry And Mudge And The Happy Cat
by Cynthia Rylant

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Henry and midge find a cat that is scruffy. They take good care of it and the owner, who is a police officer, comes back to get his cat.

Happy Days
by Berstein

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Gabby Berstein's current book is about healing trauma. It is well written, clear and gives a nice overview on tools that help. Written like a good friend is speaking with you

Flowers In The Attic
by Vc Andrews

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Not as exciting as I remember. I guess it lost the shock factor since I know the twists.

Just Haven't Met You Yet
by Sophie Cousens

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Cute story. A little predictable but an easy read and generally enjoyable.

Harry cat and tucker mouse starring harry
by Thea Feldman

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Tucker was sad because Harry was so busy with his fans he hardly saw his friend anymore.

Why We Did It Tim Miller
by Tim Miller

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Tim Miller's excellent account about what it was like from the inside on how the GOP transformed into the party that it is. Candid, funny, extremely well written. Highly highly recommend

The Bad Guys Cut To The Chase
by Aaron Blabey

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It was a really good book. I loved the parts about snake and the big monster dude.

Bear Wants More
by Jane Chapman

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It’s a good book about how bear doesn’t fit in his den and wakes up very hungry. He makes friends and eats until he doesn’t want any more.

The Innocent
by Harlan Coben

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I can always count on Coben for a really good story. It starts out with the nightmare of anyone who has college age children; a terrible tragedy happens and an otherwise innocent college student, Matt, goes to jail for murder. When his sentence is over, he marries and returns to his hometown. But some are not willing to put thing behind them. And while he has come clean with his wife about his past life, his wife has some extremely dark secrets that threaten to destroy both their lives.

Arthur and the No-Brainer
by Marc Brown

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My favorite part is when the Brain decided to do the school mathathon, instead of doing bad-joke comedy