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Once Upon a Dragons Fire
by Beatrice Blue

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My kids loved this book.

Breakfast Of Champions
by Kurt Vonnegut

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Um… So, people like this author? Perhaps I am simply too base, not intellectually advanced enough, to appreciate the deeper meaning within the author's choice to list every male character's penis length and diameter. Don't get me wrong, I understand the satire. I sometimes liked the writing style, when I was in a certain mood; other times the prose was irritating, headache-inducing. I liked the illustrations because they meant less text. The book snob in me wants to be a Vonnegut fan--for name-dropping purposes, ya know? Alas, though I may try again with another novel, I'm getting the sense that Vonnegut is not the author for lil ol' me.

Harry Potter And The Half Blood Prince
by J.k. Rowling

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I am IN LOVE with this book! This is my favorite of the whole series!!! The movies may be AWESOME, but the book is ten times better. You'll fall in love with the characters over and over again, and the plot is well thought-up and planned- Very original, and well put together!

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.

Endurance Shackleton Incredible Voyage
by Alfred Lansing

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A riveting true story!

Hat Tricks
by Satoshi Kitamura

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On page 23, everybody said WOW because a jungle came out of the hat, and on page 24, it was a whole new world of friends! I love it!

The Cooter Farm
by Matthew F. Jones

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If you think I only picked up this book because the title makes me chortle you would be absolutely correct. Imagine my surprise when The Cooter Farm turned out to be one of the best country noirs I have ever read. Excellent pacing, intriguing plot, and believable and realistic characters aside, what sticks with me most about this novel is the haunting past-tense narration resembling a coming-of-age memoir. I simply did not want to put this book down until I reached the conclusion. This book deserves a standing ovation. Less than 50 ratings? Five reviews to date (on Goodreads)? The Cooter Farm needs a second wind. This book is worth knowing.

For otto
by David Milgrim

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Great book for new readers.

Little Ducks Go
by Emily Arnold Mccully

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

Little Town In The Ozarks
by Roger Lea Macbride

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It was fun and exciting.