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Olga Dies Dreaming
by Xochitl Gonzalez

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Fun beach read but also enlightening about the history of Puerto Rico.

Donut The Destroyer: A Graphic Novel
by Sarah Graley

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I liked this book because the main character tried to embrace something about her that she didn't like.

The Inmate
by Frieda McFadden

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Slow start but overall a good book. By the end I really second guess who the killer was there were a lot of unexpected twists and turns.

Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret.
by Judy Blume

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Much different reading this from an adult perspective! I read it when I was 12 and now I’m 58. I enjoyed it and could relate to the parents this time.

Remarkably Bright Creatures
by Shelby Van Pelt

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Great story- was a fantastic listen as the voice of Marcel made it that much more enjoyable. Boy longing to learn about his roots travels to where his parents met & finds his grandmother in the meantime. I only wish that she could have passed her house down to him although you never know maybe if there was a second story you’d see that she changed her plans.

Superlife
by Darin Olien

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What sets "Superlife" apart from many other health-based books is its comprehensive approach to well-being. Olien doesn't just focus on one aspect of health; he delves into the interconnectedness of nutrition, hydration, exercise, sleep, and mindfulness. His Five Life Forces - Quality Nutrition, Hydration, Detoxification, Oxygenation, and Alkalization - serve as a holistic roadmap to achieving optimal vitality. Each force is explained with clarity and depth, and Olien provides practical tips and insights that can easily be incorporated into daily routines. One of the book's standout features is Olien's personal anecdotes and experiences. He shares his own health journey, complete with challenges and triumphs, which adds a relatable and authentic dimension to the narrative. It's reassuring to know that the author practices what he preaches and has reaped the benefits of his holistic approach to well-being.

The Bad Seed
by Jory John

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It was very funny.

Mad House
by Michael Keene

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Michael T. Keene writes a history of what occurred in the insane asylums in New York during the 19th Century. It was difficult to read about some of the conditions that the patients endured. This is a well written book.

The Miraculous Journey Of Edward Tulane
by Kate DiCamillo

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The was a rabbit antique doll and he was owned a girl name Abilene. one day they went on a trip on a boat and these boys were playing with the doll and threw it in the ocean to the ocean floor. there was a fishing boat with two old men and the rabbit got caught on the line and gave it to nellie. nellie loved the doll. Nellies mom didn’t think it was good to keep the doll because it was dirty. the mom took edward to the dumpster and threw it in a pile of garbage. Then a man found him and took him to a repair shop that cleaned up dolls and sold them. months later a mom and daughter bought Edward. Edward realized the mother was abilene.

Dragons Love Tacos
by Adam Rubin

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I liked this book because it was very funny and it had lots of action in it .