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Homesick by Kate Klise

“How can I explain my home? How could I ask if it was possible to feel homesick in your own home?”

12 year old Benny’s dad Calvin has morphed from secondhand-goods salesman to collector and is steadily becoming a hoarder. 81 more words

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Notes from the Dog by Gary Paulsen

For his 14th summer, Finn is determined to give his brain a rest from people. He plans to sit on his front

steps and read a pile of books. 75 more words

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Self-publishing Author Christine Copper

Christine Copper was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer in February 2015. The shocking news put her writing on the back burner, but she is slowly learning to cope with cancer and get back to writing. 864 more words


Extraordinary by Miriam Spitzer Franklin

Middle grade readers will surely identify with 5th grader Pansy Smith as she tries to be the most Extraordinary friend ever.

Pansy is trying to win the class reading contest, learn to ice skate, be a girl scout, and still be a good citizen for her teacher.   82 more words

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NW by Zadie Smith

It’s been almost 15 years since Zadie Smith’s White Teeth blew her onto the literary scene as a major star-in-making. I’ve only read her debut and some of her short stories and essays, her observations and detailed commentary belying her tender years but there’s something so assured and sassy about her point of view and style, a mixture of the postmodern with traditional literature which just works. 674 more words



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Ruined by Murder Addicted to Love

What do you do when love dies?   465 more words

Books By Ronald Joseph Kule

Looking for a Little Romance?

Well, look no further! With the release of Viviane, First Lady, I have three novels out there for you to try.

Gambler’s FollyFuturistic, paranormal, mainstream romance. 250 more words

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