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  1. While I haven’t read any of the books I found, I saw several MG books that I know my children would devour.

  2. Narinder Chana says:

    Vegan Recipes: Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner Recipes To Satisfy Even The Pickiest Vegans by Elle Jean Pierre was a very straightforward and useful book.

  3. Annjanette Jackson says:

    I liked reading the excerpts for the book A Family for Christmas. I liked the setting, the story, and the characters.

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  10. TeKela Underwood says:

    Reading allows me to use my imagination by “jumping” inside of the novel with related characters. It is definitely FUN-damental!

  11. pu ye says:

    Hollywood stories are good

  12. lori laws says:

    Hollywood Stories is interesting!

  13. Jessica C says:

    Hollywood story sounds really good :)

  14. Aditya S says:

    Hollywood stories sounds good. :)

  15. Wendy Arnott says:

    I downloaded “” and am looking forward to reading this at work tonight. I used to hate that my ereader didn’t do Kindle format, now I have a smartphone which is less hassle than the ereader anyways.

  16. SJCT says:

    I can’t say I have ever read one of the books listed. I might now though!

  17. Tracy Robertson says:

    I commented on the book “I Know”

  18. David Fultner says:

    T he Trade sounds interesting.

  19. steve weber says:

    Hollywood stories.

  20. Shannon says: I have not read this book but I would totally buy it. Shannon and commented

  21. Laurie Tilkin says:

    Hollywood stories

  22. Maranda says:

    I read bittersweet sixteen by Lexi Witcher. I love how her characters evolved throughout the story. Leopold & Dixie had my heart from the get go. It’s a young adult book & really could be for all ages. Her book cover is absolutely gorgeous.

  23. I wish Rexanne Manchini was still alive to write the sequel to “The Catasy”!

    • Deborah Carney says:

      You and me both :( I knew some of the new plot lines and it was going to be another great book.

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