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  • Shannon Paugh

    14. Summer Read -- Girl Unmoored by Jennifer Gooch Hummer. This is the coming of age story of Apron Bramhill who is exactly the age I was in the mid-eighties when this takes place. Amazing first novel that should become required reading. Full of beauty, sadness and humor. You'll ugly cry, and love Apron for it.

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