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How We Roll
by Natasha Friend

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Quinn eventually ends up revealing to the people closest to her that she is really bald. Nick, Ivy, Carmen, and Lissa all take it coolly and don't think it's weird at all. If anything, Quinn's disease brings her closer to her friends because everybody is watching out for each other. In the end of the book, Quinn ends up having some hairs growing back.

You Are a Badass
by Jen Sincero

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Practical advice in bite size chapters which makes for an easy read

Slightly Married
by Mary Balogh

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I really love the theme of found family in this book.

Choosing Sides
by Alex Morgan

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Emma and Zoe have a major fight, and now Devin, Jessi, and Frida don't know which side they should believe. Also, Devin starts helping another team try to win their games and the eighth grade kicks think that Devin is betraying them. Devin needs for her team to understand that she is not picking sides.

The story book of legends
by Shannon Hale

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This book is about apple white and Raven queen and Raven doesn’t want to sign the story book of legends so apple spies on her and she always is looking at Raven and listening to her because the principal said that if she doesn’t sign the book she and her story will disappear for ever.

The First American
by H.W. Brands

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I've read much about Benjamin Franklin, but still came across new aspects of his life that I'd never heard of. For example, did you know that Franklin went to the frontier during the French and Indian War as essentially a civil engineer? The book is well written, although it did take me quite a while to read.

No Talking
by Andrew Clements

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As a grow up, this is a book that was recommended to read-along with my kid. I find it funny and educational. We can all learn one thing or two from a kid from time to time. The main character, fifth grader, Dave tried the experiment to stop talking and later started a school wide boy-girl contest. The teachers was confused by the students and later fought the benefit of this contest. The ending was cheesy but I think it is still very good and educational since the book targets younger readers.

The True Love Quilting Club
by Lori Wilde

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If you just want to read an ordinary, predictable romance, this will fit the bill.

Tiamat's Wrath
by James S.a. Corey

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This series just keeps getting stronger. Love the story and the reader.

Stiff The Curious Lives Of Human Cadavers
by Mary Roach

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Such an interesting read. If gives you a great take on the many things that can be done to a body after life.
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