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One of his books

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all creatures great and small (the series) by James Herriot

Chapterbook: All Creatures Great and Small

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The Best of James Herriot

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Author of over fifty books, Georgette Heyer is the best-known and best-loved of all historical novelists, making the Regency period her own.

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Louisa May Alcott

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Charlotte Bronte

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Northanger Abbey

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'Volume the First' of Jane Austen’s Juvenilia manuscripts, which includes her very early writings.

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Rebecca

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Anything by Jane Austen

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Elizabeth Elliot. Amazing lady. Anything written by her is worth reading more than once.

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Keep Calm and Read Jane Austen

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Quoth the raven: "Nevermore!"

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Wuthering Heights. This one, I liked better the first time. Not sure why. And the Merle Oberon/Olivier version is still my favorite.

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Anne of Green Gables.#books #author #pinterest

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  • Sarah Baughman
    Sarah Baughman

    I grew up on Anne! I can't wait until my daughter is old enough to read them. :-)

  • Linore Burkard
    Linore Burkard

    I somehow missed Anne until my twenties, but I loved the whole series. And the production with Megan Follows was absolutely perfect!

The Chronicles of Narnia--Vol. 1 (Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe)

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Discovered these by accident when I was 9. I was trying to read the whole shelf of books in my library. Found out that's not the best way to choose books, but these were a goldmine.

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I've been using this for devotions for more than 18 months. You can finish a year with it and start a new one with it.

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Donna Shepherd's first ebook. She says it was so much fun to write! "Love Under the Bubble Wrap - a novelette" begins with the arrival of a mysterious gift (hence, the bubble wrap), and comes complete with humor, romance, and even a little suspense. The female leading lady isn't your typical twenty-something drop-dead gorgeous reedy willow. No, this is a story about real life issues to which most readers will relate. I really enjoyed this!

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  • Donna Shepherd, author
    Donna Shepherd, author

    Awww...thanks for the pin. And the heading!