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Our Must-Read List For January |

Our Must-Read List For January |

.Not my favorite of her books but still a very good read. read 9-2013

The Midwife's Confession

Those We Love Most - May 2013 - would recommend

Those We Love Most

Easy way to find a book to read

What Do I Feel Like Reading [Infographic]

PopCulture and YA Lit

Green Light Reads: YA Books For All Ages from Diversity in YA

YA RETELLINGS - An epic chart brought to you by EpicReads

Books with Alliteration

I ALWAYS LOVED YOU: A Novel by Robin Oliveira -- A novel of Mary Cassatt and Edgar Degas’s great romance from the New York Times bestselling author of MY NAME IS MARY SUTTER .

I Always Loved You by Robin Oliveira - Penguin Books USA

How to Develop Self-Confidence (Personal development) $6.81 self-development-books personal-development personal-development personal-development personal-development

PSYCHOS, by Babe Walker, a New York Times Bestselling Author

PSYCHOS by Babe Walker

Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom (Revised Edition): Creating Physical and Emotional Health and Healing

Robot Check

It's A Punderful Life by Gemma Correll #urbanoutfitters

Its A Punderful Life By Gemma Correll - Urban Outfitters

Ultimate Book of Mind Maps - Tony Buzan

Best Books Of The 21st Century #infographic #Books #Reading

Visualistan: Best Books Of The 21st Century [Infographic]


The Wizard of Oz meets Star Wars in this fantastical new novel by Tony DiTerlizzi. Through old-fashioned storytelling and amazing black and-white illustrations, we follow the extraordinary adventures of Eva as she leaves her underground home on the planet of Orbona in search of other humans. Readers can use a webcam to access interactive features online. Imaginative, fun, and unlike anything else out there. –Kaley

The Search for WondLa | R.J. Julia Booksellers

It's hard not to become attached to the quirks of the aspiring detective Colin Fischer, as the young boy with Asperger's tries to solve "the case of the Exploding Cake" to prove his own bully innocent. With his unusual perspective of the world, and endearing, inquiring mind, I was genuinely sad to reach the last page! (ages 12+) ~Riley

Colin Fischer | R.J. Julia Booksellers

Almost everyone has read The Giver in school or for fun, right? With many years between each books’ release, it has been almost twenty years since The Giver was published! Well, the wait is finally over! Lois Lowry has written a thrilling conclusion to the series that introduces new characters and revisits the old. In Son, we are thrust back into a world that, even as a reader, is dark and confining. Excellent! ~Lea

If you are looking for a good book to read, check out this AWESOME list of 15 Books Becoming Movies in 2015. I am pretty excited about Me Before You, Serena and Dark Places!

15 Books to Read Before They Hit Theaters in 2015

15 Books To Read Before They're Movies

15 Books To Read Before They're Movies

Banned Books Display

Freedom to Read Week: Banned Book Displays