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An Island Christmas
by Nancy Thayer Books

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A real family story at Christmas

Read it! Play it!
by The Oppenheim Toy Portfolio’s

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Great book to get ideas how to introduce reading to babies and toddlers.

Nutrition Made Clear
by Roberta Anding

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Great audiobook that explores the food and you introduce in your body from a scientific prospective with great tips for healthy eating.

Mercy House A Novel By Alena Dillon
by Alena Dillon

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Great portrayal of the role of nuns in the Catholic Church, and a provacative story about some of the challenges facing the Church today.

Beyond The Point
by Claire Gibson

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Fictional story of 3 young women brought together as plebes at West Point. The story tracks their friendship, and their lives both in and out of the military. Besides telling a good story it gives the reader an interesting look into the military world most of us are not aware of, and the sacrifices military personnel make every day.

All Adults Here Emma Straub
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Very enjoyable story of a family and its varied, complicated situations. Good characters, well drawn, with issues of importance and I

Camino Island John Grisham
by John Grisham

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Fast moving, interesting, good summer reading

Cat and mouse
by James Patterson

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Good continuation of the Alex Cross series

The River Of Doubt Theodore Roosevelt's Darkest Journey
by Candice Millard

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The true story of Theodore Roosevelt's expedition down a never-before-explored tributary of the Amazon River. The grueling journey was poorly planned and put all the men, including Roosevelt's son Kermit, in danger of starvation, in addition to the expected dangers of injury, disease, or indigenous people's attack. Several Brazilian paddlers were lost and Teddy Roosevelt himself was gravely ill by the time they reached their goal. The author did a magnificent job portraying the men of the expedition and their amazing fortitude in the face of seemingly insurmountable obstacles. She evokes the beautiful, interconnected and competing nature of every living thing in the Amazon jungle.

Killing the Poormaster
by Metz, Holly

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Fascinating story of a corrupt administrator of charity funds in New Jersey, his suspicious death, and the subsequent high profile murder trial with "Scottsboro Boys" attorney Samuel Leibowitz for the defense.


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