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From another pinner: Someone Knows My Name, by Lawrence Hill: Historical fiction about a girl who is taken from her home in Africa and sold into slavery. Amazing story. Highly recommend this book!

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Corrie ten Boom was a Dutch Christian, whose family helped many Jews escape the Holocaust during WWII. Her family was arrested in 1944, and her father died 10 days later at Scheveningen prison. A sister, brother & nephew were released, but Corrie and her sister Betsie were sent to Ravensbruck concentration camp, where Betsie died. Ten Boom wrote many books and spoke frequently about her experiences. Her autobiography, The Hiding Place (1971) was later adapted as a film of the same name in 1975.

Awesome site: list of books to read with a craft to do associated with each book.

This is so cool!! Type in a book or author you like and it will give you a list of similar books/authors that you may enjoy. I'm bookmarking this one :)

It's like Pandora for books! You enter the book title or author and it gives you other books similar to that!!!

Simple reminders in this book on how to live a GREAT life.

Randy Pausch - if you haven't read "The Last Lecture", you're missing out on something amazing!

What would you do for someone you love? Would you lie? Would you leave? Would you kill? Jodi Picoult confronts these powerful issues in Mercy, which follows the path of two cousins driven to extremes by the power of love.... Woven tight with passion and a fast-paced plot, Mercy explores some of today's most highly charged emotional and ethical issues as it draws toward its stunning conclusion.

What would you do for someone you love? Would you lie? Would you leave? Would you kill? Jodi Picoult confronts these powerful issues in Mercy, which follows the path of two cousins driven to extremes by the power of love.... Woven tight with passion and a fast-paced plot, Mercy explores some of today's most highly charged emotional and ethical issues as it draws toward its stunning conclusion.

The Book of Life