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  • Breanne Jolly

    40 Books You Won't Be Able to Put Down - always up for a good book list.

  • Shauna Steeple

    40 books you won't be able to put down- new book list for after graduation?

  • Katie Belliston

    I think I would read most of these books. List includes The Hunger Games, The Help, The Kite Runner, and Bossypants. I'm looking for new books!

  • Hilary Shatwell

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

  • P T

    40books

  • Aftan Sparkman

    Good list - heard of most of them, read about half. The ones I read WERE hard to put down. #reading #books #list #idea

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40 Books You Wont Be Able to Put Down

out of all the books on this list I've read To Kill a Mockingbird, Fahrenheit 451, Harry Potter, a Wrinkle in Time, Anne Frank, Charlotte's web, the Lorax, Little Women, Little House on the Prairie, Where's Waldo, The Rabbit's Wedding, The Hunger Games, The Giver, Flowers for Algernon, James and the giant Peach, The Great Gatsby, Lord of the Flies, and I'm reading Brave New World.

So useful

A good friend recommended this book to me. I honestly think this is the best love story I have ever read. The love this father has for his son is so powerful, I wept throughout. Yes it is dark. But strangely beautiful.

  • GiGi Bro

    Did you see the movie? Very heart warming in a strange and eerie way as well!

  • Jim Baker

    The movie was just OK for me. The love the father has in the book seemed less developed.

  • Patti Jaimez Anderson

    Beautiful, emotional story - couldn't put it down. Movie, not so good.

100 Books You Can't Put Down. I've read some of these . . . I think I should check out the rest!

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cool-cartoon-summer-required-reading lol - summer

The extraordinary #1 New York Times bestseller that is now a major motion picture, Markus Zusak's unforgettable story is about the ability of books to feed the soul. It is 1939. Nazi Germany. The country is holding its breath. Death has never been busier, and will become busier still. Liesel Meminger is a foster girl living outside of Munich, who scratches out a meager existence for herself by stealing when she encounters something she can’t resist–books.

Book club. - OH SO LOVELY. I'm reading "The Rosie Project" right now, and it's wonderful

If you don’t know what to read right now…book club books