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  • Elisha Gonzalez

    List includes The Hunger Games, The Help, The Kite Runner, and Bossypants. @Janice Auna I think you'll like looking at this, since you were asking for some ideas for good reads for the summer. (:

  • Brooke Watson

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

  • Rachael Welsh

    half price books book list.

  • Kayla DeWitt

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

  • Rebekah Barzee

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

  • Jacqui Lawson-Willis

    Some good books! List includes The Hunger Games, The Help, The Kite Runner, Harry Potter, and Bossypants.

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