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Window On My Heart: The Autobiography of Olave, Lady Baden-Powell, G.B.E.
by Lady Baden-Powell and Mary Drewery

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A very interesting read about the life of Lady Olave Baden-Powell. I learned lots about not only Olave's life, but also about some unknown aspects of of Guiding and Scouting.

13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do
by Amy Morin

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Excellent and a page turner here!

Star Wars Revenge Of The Sith Book
by Lego Book

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I enjoyed it.

I Mom So Hard
by Kristen Hensley and Jen

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So much fun - laugh out loud, relatable, real, honest - a must read for and mom.

When The Scientific Secrets Of Perfect Timing, Daniel Pink
by Daniel Pink

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I've always been fascinated with time and Daniel Pink provides excellent information on doing things at certain times. I've certainly resonated with the behaviours he explained and am applying it to better manage my time based on how I feel. Life can get crazy busy but if you don't take time to make time you'll continue to run in circles.

Froggy's Halloween
by Jonathan London

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Nice book. Chocolate flies are the best treat for Froggy.

Mexican Gothic
by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

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I was so excited to read Mexican Gothic because it has received so much hype and has one of the most beautiful covers of 2020, but I was sorely disappointed. Most of this book was a total snoozefest and by the time it started to get interesting, it was too little, too late. I was looking forward to a spooky gothic horror novel set in Mexico, but instead I got a rather boring, slow-moving, and trope filled novel that could have been set anywhere.

I Really Like Slop
by Mo Willems

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Great!

Wunderland
by Jennifer Cody Epstein

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A thought provoking piece of historical fiction that intersects multi-generations. Mysterious, sad, and bittersweet.

Slay
by Brittney Morris

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I was a little apprehensive about this book at first, because I know nothing about gaming and thought that I wouldn’t connect with the story, but was I ever wrong! I really enjoyed SLAY – it was entertaining, I loved how strong our main character, Kiera, was, and I loved how it tackled issues facing the Black community and Black gamers. I listened to it on audio, which was very well done.


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