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This list is a far from complete list of some of my favorites - they are warriors, scholars, mothers, daughters; they can be wildly in love and impressively practical; they are a little too perfect and incredibly flawed. Most of them have happy endings, some of them don't. In an nutshell - these are girls who act like girls should and must.

Impulse by: Ellen Hopkins. WARNING: This book has some strong content. Please preview it before you let your students read it. Genre: Realistic Fiction

from Ambitious Kitchen

Wellness Wednesday: 12 Healthy Post-Workout Snacks + When to Eat Them


The Original Home Schooling Series By Charlotte Mason / Edition 6

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo - No. 6 in New York Times All week of Mar 25, 2012

Another great book by Nicholas Sparks. "Taylor doesn’t know that this rescue will be different from all the others, demanding far more than raw physical courage. It will lead him to the possibility of his own rescue from a life lived without love and will require him to open doors to his past that were slammed shut by pain. This rescue will dare him to live life to the fullest by daring to love."