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Why College Matters To God
by Rick Ostrander

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This book is very intellectual and goes so in-depth about Christian living in college.

Being Mary Bennet
by JC Peterson

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Great book !!

Borrowed Black
by Ellen Bryan Obed

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I liked it.

BSG: Maeve on the Red Carpet
by Annie Bryant

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Even as I'm growing up this series is fun to read. A wave of nostalgia fills me every time I read the next book.

We Must Not Forget
by Deborah Hopkinson

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I am interested in the Holocaust and I like the stories inside this book.

Little Ducks Go
by Emily Arnold Mccully

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Not very interesting, but my 5 year old read it by himself.

Scaredy Squirrel At The Beach
by Melanie Watt

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Love scaredy squirrel.

Saha
by Cho Nam-Joo

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This review is based on an ARC of Saha which I received courtesy of NetGalley and the publisher (W.W. Norton & Co./Liveright). 2.5 stars Because I liked the writing, the pacing, and the general structure of this novel, I am going to offer major benefit of the doubt and say that confusion is on my part, not the author's. Maybe some essence was lost in translation. Maybe popular literature is different in Korea. Maybe I'm not in the right state of mind. In any case, Saha reads like a series of disjointed vignettes. Each chapter stars a resident of the Saha Estate, their stories often interconnecting to--I assume--form a bigger picture. For me, there wasn't a connection. It's possible that I wasn't invested enough in the characters to care, or delve into their relations. Again, Saha is blooming with fine literary merits, I just don't think it's the story for me.

One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest
by Ken Kesey

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This is a very interesting book. I've also watched the movie and I can't say which I like best! They're both so good!

The Westing Game
by Ellen Raskin

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2.5 stars Not terrible, but my reading time could have been better spent elsewhere.