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Book Review: From The Mixed Up Files Of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler

“If you think of doing something in New York City, you can be certain that at least two thousand other people have the same thought. And of the two thousand who do, about one thousand will be standing in line waiting to do it.”

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Book Review: The Stolen Marriage

A story rich in history, intrigue and mystery flanked by elaborate characters and complex topics significant to World War II and southern living.

Book Review: Why Mummy Drinks

Peter and Jane are mummy’s precious moppets. At least, they are when they behave, which is mostly never. Mummy likes delightful walks in the country with Judgy dog and the family. Peter and Jane like starting fires, trying to kill each other and driving Mummy to drink…a lot.

Book Review: Sourdough

SOURDOUGH is charming, soul-warming and makes me wish I had my very own starter culture to dote over and bake bread from.

Book Review: George’s Secret Key to the Universe

A fast-paced, fact-filled story about outer space and includes lots of graphics and fun facts. Any youngster curious about space exploration will enjoy this one.

Book Review: Family Affair

Cat lovers and romance novel lovers will rejoice over FAMILY AFFAIR, a light and heartwarming story.

Book Review: The Hopefuls

The Hopefuls tells the story of a young wife who follows her husband and his political dreams to Washington, D.C., a city of idealism, gossip, and complicated friendships among the young aspiring elite.

Book Review: Brother

A timely story about brotherly love, social injustice and survival. A must read for diverse reading.

Book Review: Little Fires Everywhere

“Sometimes you need to scorch everything to the ground, and start over. After the burning the soil is richer, and new things can grow. People are like that, too. They start over. They find a way.”

Book Review: Every Last Word

An poignant story about a teenaged girl with OCD.