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The Glass Castle - Jeannette Walls - A riveting memoir -must read!

21 Books To Read Before They Hit The Big Screen In 2015 - a lot of these sound like good reads! better hit up the bookstore

21 Books To Read Before They Hit The Big Screen In 2015

21 Books To Read Before They Hit The Big Screen In 2015 Some may not be appropriate reading for adolescent readers (at least in my opinion), but a good list nonetheless.

My favorite book series!

Hunger Games Trilogy ~ Post apocalyptic thriller series by Suzanne Collins Hunger Games Catching Fire Mockingjay

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The Best of the Book LISTS 2012 Random House.Soooooo many lists! LOVE that they have separate lists for kids and adults!

30 Books You Should Read in 2015 - a list of must-read books that will stay with you long after the story ends.

30 Books You Should Read in 2015

The Fault in our Stars by John Green - Although I didn't cry like I thought I would I did enjoy this book. The characters were real and insightful (probably a lot more insightful than I was as a teenager). Easy to read and I appreciated the Dutch connection.

The Fault In Our Stars

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. Hazel’s cancer is terminal, but when Augustus Waters appears at the Cancer Kid Support Group, Hazel’s story is about to be rewritten.

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The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest (Millennium Trilogy Series by Stieg Larsson

Memoirs of A Geisha (2005). This is one of my favorite books....wonderfully written! The movie was a disaster in comparrison!

Memoirs of a Geisha (2005)

Memoirs of a Geisha, Arthur Golden. A Japanese woman's transformation from impoverished beginnings to one of Japan's most celebrated entertainers in a geisha house. This is my ALL TIME favorite book!

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5 Books You Need to Read in Your 20s

Bossypants, Tina Fey What: A funny memoir by a funny lady. Why: Because Tina Fey is the boss of you (or, she should be).

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8 Great Young Adult Novels That Adults Will Love Too -

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children By Ransom Riggs A mysterious island. An abandoned orphanage. And a strange collection of very curious photographs.

I read a lot of books and don't remember most of them after awhile...this one I won't forget

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. (recommended by Jenni)

This is the sequel to Something Borrowed. This book is all about Darcy and her obsession with Rachel and Dex (her finance that her for her best friend). Darcy who cheated on her fiance too, is also pregnant. She uproots her life and tries to change herself. Can Darcy truly change? Read the book and find out!

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

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A Tree Grows in Brooklyn Growing up in the dirty, crime-ridden tenements of Brooklyn in the early 1900s, Francie Nolan has to be tough to survive. Determined to become a writer, Francie fights her way out of the slums with the resilience of the "Tree of Heaven," a special tree that can grow and thrive even in the most inhospitable environments.

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A Tree Grows in Brooklyn - Smith. I loved this book as a teen and loved it again as a middle-aged adult. It is the coming of age story of a young girl growing up in poverty in Brooklyn in the early