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35 books to read before they're 2014 movies! I think I found my 2014 reading list I did not know The Giver was going to be a movie!

Must-read books for summer 2013 (infographic)

Must-read books for summer 2013 (infographic)

Funny pictures about Summer reads. Oh, and cool pics about Summer reads. Also, Summer reads.

why don't Nicholas Sparks' charters exist in REAL life???

Volunteer fireman Taylor McAden feels compelled to take terrifying risks, but there is one leap of faith he cannot take--he is afraid to fall in love.

Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom: I read this in conjunction with The Problem of Pain by C.S. Lewis while taking a "God, Suffering, & Evil" in college. This book reminds me that we must cherish those that are important to us. We must ask them all of the questions that we can while they are still in our lives. It's about learning life’s greatest lesson through the death of a friend. It's about feeling a great passion for life. We must be ready for our time when we meet God.

Tuesdays With Morrie - Mitch Albom. This book has some great quotes and life lessons

Love Nicholas Sparks books!

A Walk to Remember - Nicholas Sparks. My favorite Nicholas Sparks book! (Not the movie though). I enjoyed it well enough, but definitely did not do the book justice.

My favorite Nicholas Sparks book-the ending is beautiful

No More 'Catcher In The Rye'

Dear John - Nicholas Sparks Done Book & Movie - Liked book better (well, except for Channing Tatum, yum)

On hold at the library

Same Kind of Different As Me: A Modern-Day Slave, an International Art Dealer, and the Unlikely Woman Who Bound Them Together Ron Hall, Denver Moore, Lynn Vincent: Books

I read this book shortly after the passing of my brother William and I must say it brought a different perspective and an odd sense of comfort that his reality while very different then mine now is still one filled with love, friendship and above all else the greatest understanding of life as we each call it.  Def. not your average novel but I highly recommend this book to anyone that has lost a friend, love or family.

the five people you meet in heaven By: Mitch Albom --This book really makes you think.

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