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  • nattaly bautista

    I think I would read most of these books. List includes The Hunger Games, The Help, The Kite Runner, and Bossypants. (I know I have read most of them, definantly good reads)

  • Skye Hopson

    Summer reading list? I think I would read most of these books. List includes The Hunger Games, The Help, The Kite Runner, and Bossypants.

  • Melissa Crawford

    40 books you won't be able to put down - I've read a lot of these. Good ideas for new books

  • Mandy Messina

    Great to look at when you need a new book! Book Club?

  • Rebecca Whitney

    40 books you won't be able to put down...read the comments as well--more good book ideas

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