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Definitely worth the read...excellent!

The Help by Kathryn Stockett. I've read this book way before it became a wonderful movie, so I was excited to finally watch it in cinema when it was in theaters. Love the book as well as the movie.

best book ever. First book Allison received as a newborn.  We read this nightly until she was three.

My mom read this book to me every night before bed "I'll Love you forever, I'll Like you for always, As long as I'm living . My Baby You'll Be" This book is amazing, I now give it to every friend who is going to be a mother. It's a REMARKABLE BOOK.

Always!

Oh so true. Especially for Percy Jackson.And Harry Potter.And Hunger Games. And every other series/book made into a movie.

Charlotte's Web by E. B. White - "She was in a class by herself. It is not often that someone comes along who is a true friend and a good writer. Charlotte was both."

67 Books Every Geek Should Read to Their Kids Before Age 10

67 books to read to your kids before they turn Some great classics everyone should read, this was my childhood favorite book

So useful

Must-read books for summer 2013 (infographic)<-----Eleanor and park is not a book to read o the beach it is a book that you read in the privacy of your room and wonder if the author really thought it was necessary to use the f word that many times

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10 Totally Freaky Books Perfect For Halloween

My name is Elizabeth Anne Hawksmith, and my age is three hundred and eighty-four years. If you will listen, I will tell you a tale of witches. The Witch's Daughter - Paula Brackston.

Don't know why I waited so long to read this. What an awesome book!

The Help by Kathryn Stockett. Excellent read, loved the movie. Book is so worth a peek.

A Child Called It: I have no idea HOW I made it through this book. It was incredibly rough and could only read it in small doses. This was required reading for my minor in Child & Family Studies and my Abuse Against Women and Children course. IDK if I could've read it of my own free will.

a story of an incredibly brave kid. Brought tears to my eyes more times than I'm willing to count. But an amazing story of courage. part of a series written by the boy himself.

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