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Star Wars Revenge Of The Sith Book
by Lego Book

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I enjoyed it.

Now We Are Six
by A.A. Milne

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Lovely book of poems by A.A. Milne. Very creative and imaginative.

Picture This
by Lynda Barry

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Lynda Barry is one of my idols, and this book is beautiful and inspiring. It's a type art activity/instruction book (how to use common household items to make art as a form of therapy and play, and how everyone is an artist) but contains somewhat of a narrative as well. I didn't find it quite as engaging as "What It Is" (her book on writing) but it is still very worth reading.

I'm Still Here
by Austin Channing Brown

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Another fantastic book about racial justice, growing up and existing as a Black woman in white America. I was a bit worried going into it because a lot of Brown's experiences are centred around her Christian faith and I am not at all religious. It wasn't heavy handed though, and I found Brown's stories impactful and informative even though we don't share the same beliefs.

The Library Book
by Susan Orlean

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There was a lot of interesting information in The Library Book, but I wasn’t a big fan of the structure. Orlean essentially wrote three different books: (1) a love letter to libraries (2) a history of the Los Angeles Public Libraries and its librarians from 1880 to now, and (3) an investigation into the fire that occurred at the central branch of LAPL on April 29, 1986. These three topics were interspersed with each other in alternating chapters, which ended up feeling a bit choppy. I would just feel immersed in one topic, when it would switch to another. I wish the story was told more linearly, or that this book was divided into different sections.

Anna and Elsa3
by Erica David

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I like the picture

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.

Out of the Woods
by David Yates

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Wonderful collection of 3-4 page articles, each talking about a different individual or event from Huron County's. Highly recommend for those interested in local or family history.

The Last Flight
by Julie Clark

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This book had me hooked from the beginning. Although some parts were predictable, others were not. I enjoy being right and surprised when reading a new book.

by Jennifer Cody Epstein

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

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