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Book Review: The Darkest Part

This book captured me. Hook, line, and sinker. I couldn’t put it down, and when I did, it was all I was thinking about. Trisha Wolfe did an excellent job when writing this book. 482 more words

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Book Review: Sherlock Holmes stories, plus a lesson/theme on Holmes & Watson

I’m a firm believer in that no one in this world enjoys being completely alone. No matter how introverted, how afraid of people, how much you hate people, or how much of a hermit you are, I just don’t believe that people like to be entirely alone… 1,483 more words

Best Children's Books for Worried Kindergartners

Happy Fall! It still feels like summer but adults are out buying school supplies, clothes, and maybe some new shoes for kids about to start school. 192 more words

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Father's Day Gift Guide From Oxford

Looking for the perfect gift for dad this Father’s Day? We’ve put together a list of some of our favourites that we think your dad will love, whether he’s a wine connoisseur, history buff, beer drinker or simply enjoys a good laugh. 432 more words

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Book Review - "LADY BLUES: Forget-me-not" by Aaron Paul Lazar

As in Lazar’s previous Gus LeGarde mystery series, this one hits the ground running, literally.  The action is intense and the story features both chilling events and sweet, interesting developments.  199 more words

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The Rebel Angels by Robertson Davies

The Rebel Angels is a 1981 novel by Robertson Davies, the first in his Cornish Trilogy. It is a story of scholars and their peculiarities, magic and its realities, and classics and their application to modern man. 924 more words

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