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by Raina Telgemeier

This book is about a girl named Raina that always wanted a sister and now that she has a sister she always argues with her and on the end they trade so stuff and they never argue again. this book is so exciting and if you like the book smile you should read this book.

This book is about a girl named Shanon she didn’t have a lot of friends but then she joined a club but they made fun of her and then she went and hanged out with the sixth graders they thought she was cool and then the group wanted to be in Shanon’s group.

The baby sitters club book 6
by Gale Galligan

In this book kristy Thomas’s Mum wants to marry someone and she wants it September but she is going in a tour and they are moving so there are a lot of things for her mum to do. This book is really interesting and I really enjoy reading the babysitters club book.

by Raina Telgemeier

This book is about a girl that always when she was little she said that she wanted a sister and now that she has a sister she always argues with her. She asks herself why did she ever wanted a sister? This book is pretty exciting and if you love the book smile you must like this book too.

Inside Job
by Connie Willis

It was a fun little book. It was a short read, but I really enjoyed it.

How To Understand Israel In 60 Days Or Less

An interesting look at the conflict in the Middle East. Start off with bias and how the traveler adapts to the conflict and thinking she will be brain washed.

Anne Frank's Diary The Graphic Adaptation
by Polonsky

Makes me interested in now wanting to read the actual diary.

Flunked Fairy Tale Reform School
by Jen Calonita

The plot changes directions faster than a hummingbird in flight! For all of us who read the classical fairy tales and came away with expectations, this will delightfully shatter them.

Arguing Religion A Bishop Speaks At Facebook And Google
by Robert Barron

I've always liked this Bishop of Los Angeles from his Catholicism TV series. This book is an expansion of talks he was requested to make by Catholic employees groups at the Facebook and Google companies, due to his utilization of the internet and his reputation for giving good motivational programs. Highly literate, the book delves into how to peacefully and coherently discuss the existence of God. Bishop Barron gleans from the philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas frequently. Respect for all denominations, as well as non-denominational and non-spiritual peoples, are given in this tome: that alone is reason enough for anyone to read it. As a Benedictine oblate-in-formation, I enjoyed the philosophical algorithms in Part 1.

Hope Rides Again
by Andrew Shaffer

In a detective mystery, Andrew Shaffer pairs former President Obama and Vice-President Biden involving a missing cell phone and uncovering a conspiracy in Chicago, making a refreshing contribution to politics and movements.
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