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The Going To Bed Book Sandra Boynton
by Sandra Boynton Board Books

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It was help me sleep well

Magic Tree House Pirates Past Noon
by Mary Pope Osborne

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In this book Jack and Annie went in the magic tree house and went to the Pirates of the Caribbean and found a treasure chest and they also found mean pirates.

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

Captain Underpants And The Attack Of The Talking Toilets
by Dav Pilkey

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This book was funny and sad at the end.

What Pet Should I Get
by Dr Seuss

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I learned about so many different types of pets

Cross Her Heart
by Sarah Pinborough

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Quick read. storyline kept me interested

Doggies Board Book
by Sandra Boynton

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I love this book so much! The small dog that said "yap yap".

The Lost Summers Of Newport
by Beatriz Williams Lauren Willig Karen White

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This book was an enjoyable read about three women in different periods and how their lives are intertwined.

Sycamore Row By John Grisham
by John Grisham

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Interesting right to the last page as usual with Hohn Grisham.

The Facade
by Judy Corry

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Meh...I liked the first book better.