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Amazing book about a boy who spent the first several years of his life in 1 room, never knowing there was another world outside of that room.

It takes a little getting used to but it is a great book. Told from the point of view of a 5 year old child (I think he's

A Child Called It: I have no idea HOW I made it through this book. It was incredibly rough and could only read it in small doses. This was required reading for my minor in Child & Family Studies and my Abuse Against Women and Children course. IDK if I could've read it of my own free will.

A Child Called It | Dave Pelzer New paperback Book pb

a story of an incredibly brave kid. Brought tears to my eyes more times than I'm willing to count. But an amazing story of courage. part of a series written by the boy himself.

Oh Stephanie, you are funny!

Love me some Stephanie Plum! Read all the books in the Plum series and can't wait for the "One for the Money" movie to come out. I think Katherine Heigl is going to make a GREAT Stephanie Plum!

Being Rory | The Gilmore Project | Lessons learned from The Gilmore Girls.

A summer reading flow chart from the folks at Daily Infographic. For those of you who don't know what to read next

More books to read based on books you've already read!

Book recommendations for if you like The Hunger Games, Harry Potter, The Fault in Our Stars, or The Great Gatsby. I find the reasons for likening the great Gatsby humorous.

Sequel to "Something Borrowed"

Book Review: Something Borrowed

Something Borrowed - Something Blue [Emily Giffin] Latest reads, second one is pretty funny.

After you finish this book, it should be passed to the children in your life.  Makes you appreciate what you have, and know that you make the decision to change your life.

The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls- Reading this now. It is a fantastic memoir. She paints magical pictures of a childhood of neglect and the journey to a better life. It's inspiring, really, and I haven't even finished it yet. (recommended by Jenni)

Wonderful Story.. Lots of history.. Great Read

My name is Elizabeth Anne Hawksmith, and my age is three hundred and eighty-four years. If you will listen, I will tell you a tale of witches. The Witch's Daughter - Paula Brackston.

Our book club's choice for March - Older Mommy Still Yummy

Our book club's choice for March

The Glass Castle- LOVED this book! Made me feel really lucky for the parents I had.

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