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I Am A Rainbow By Dolly Parton
by Dolly Parton

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A little outdated, needs an update but still very applicable for toddlers to identify their feelings to a color. Books like these help caregivers help kids identify what emotion they are feeling

Miracle Creek
by Angie Kim

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Imagine being a young girl having to leave your home country of Korea with just your mother. Her father stays behind until he can afford to join them in the United States four years later. This book covers this family's hopes and dreams of living in the United States. There is a mystery that involves the family and others. It has lots of twists and turns that kept me trying figure out what was the truth and what were the lies that were said.

Death In The Afternoon
by Earnest Hemmingway Books

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I absolutely loved this story about the Art of Bull Fighting! Hemingway’s ways with the various stages of the Art are very well explained. If a reader wishes to be enthralled about this activity, I would recommend this book. The life of a writer is also involved in this historical novel!

The Judas Judge Michael Mcgarrity
by Michael Mcgarrity Books Kevin Kerney In Order

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A fantastic police mystery with realistic characters. Beautiful descriptions of the landscape of the south west. Engaging story with twists that keep you wondering throughout the book.

Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets
by Jk Rowling Books

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This book started off very exciting. But it became long and in the middle, it was very boring. Luckily it became very exciting at the end again!

Sawkill Girls
by Claire Legrand

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Amazing! Very lyrical, and it haunted me long after the last page. A feminist thriller about monsters, secrets, and family. I absolutely love it.

Havana Storm
by Clive Cussler

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This was definitely just another fun easy read in the Dirk Pitt adventure series. Ever since I read the first one many moons ago I have always enjoyed this series. It keeps me entertained for a few hours. Some folks might think the stories get a little cookie cutter but I think anyone that writes series like this tends to do them all in a similar manner.

The Joyce Meyer study Bible
by Joyce Meyer

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I have wanted the Joyce Meyer study Bible for years, I was saved 14 years ago and finally I ordered it for myself. It’s big so it’s definitely a stay at home bible but the side notes and insights from Joyce help you understand the scripture and it’s context better and have concrete examples of how it matters and applies to your life.

Quack Quack
by Priddy Books

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The faux fur is really soft and fun to touch.

Killing Patton
by Bill O Reilly

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This is the first “Killing book I have read. The style of writing, research that was done, history which was portrayed kept me fascinated throughout the book from the first to the last page of the book! I would highly recommend this book to those interested in Second World War history. I loved the book!

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