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This site is awesome. Type in your favorite book and it will list 20 others similar to it. :)

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joseph anton: a memoir • salman rushdie

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    Avani Reddy

    @Ansley Mcdurmon Salman Rushdie is sooo hard to read!!

Midnight in Paris, Woody Allen 2011

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downside up • from the all day everyday project

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the borrowers • mary norton

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    Avani Reddy

    They're making a movie. I'm soo excited haha.

Super Mario Bros (1985) Coin Sound. KEWL

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Great book

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princess bride.

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Coolest Detective Eva.

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Still need to read this....

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Mother Teresa.

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Just 30 kilometres from Cambodia's world famous Angkor temples is an astounding sight tourists don't see. Tucked away from foreign eyes on the outskirts of Siem Reap is a community of about 500 people who live - or survive - in a rubbish dump.

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goddess lakshmi

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Da Truf

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I wish I could write like that

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Do what you love; love what you do.

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The Blue Sweater - J. Novogratz

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Toni Morrison, the incredible woman who gave us Beloved.

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You is kind, you is smart, you is important

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"Heaven is for Real"

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So true.

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It was as if God had decided to put to the test every capacity for surprise and was keeping the inhabitants of Macondo in a permanent alternation between excitement and disappointment, doubt and revelation, to such an extreme that no one knew for certain where the limits of reality lay. It was an intricate stew of truths and mirages that convulsed the ghost of José Arcadio Buendía with impatience and made him wander all through the house even in broad daylight.

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On the afternoon of September 2, 1993, Greg Mortenson realized that he had failed in his attempt to climb K2, the world's second-highest mountain. But disappointment was the least of his problems. Emaciated, exhausted, thoroughly disoriented, and suffering from edema, his grip on life was loosening. He was taken in and nursed back to health by the impoverished populace of a remote Pakistani village. Grateful, he promised to return someday to build them a school. Three Cups of Tea is the story of that promise and the story of how one man changed the world, one school at a time. Not quite the truth, but a beautiful inspiration to do good nonetheless.

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translating war into peace

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Mountains Beyond Mountains

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