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Don't Breathe a Word - A Novel, Jennifer McMahon. Pinner writes: "On a soft summer night in Vermont, twelve-year-old Lisa went into the woods behind her house and never came out again. Before she disappeared, she told her little brother, Sam, about a door that led to a magical place where she would meet the King of the Fairies and become his queen."
Compelling, and a page turner. The only reason it didn't make it onto my "worth reading" list is that I found the writing frustrating and distracting. Fairly well written, just needed some more love in editing. - Jennifer McMahon
WHAT I literally have this exact book with all the same folds and tears and everything WHAT
a story of the witness protection program....sounds like something I could get interested in!
Something Wicked Strikes: "10 Random Things" about Victoria Aveyard + Red Queen ARC Giveaway!
"A low culture manifesto." Klosterman is a pop culture critic who manages not to drown himself in snark. Funny, insightful, cynical & naive all at once.
Dictionary Book Art Print Upcycled Vintage Wall Art 8 x 10 Book Print. $8.00, etsy.com (HamiltonHousePrints)
A transparent acrylic paperweight to hold down the pages of a book as you eat and drink while reading. Shut the front door.
Winger by Andrew Smith And We Stay by Jenny Hubbard This Star Won't Go Out by Esther Earl, Lori Earl, Wayne Earl and John Green An Abundance of Katherines by John Green
Insightful as only Joan Didion can be. Hopeful in the face of despair. One of my top 5 in the last few years.
Reading with a child is the best present, and books can be opened again and again and again.
Hold Still by Sally Mann and 21 Other Spring Books We Can’t Wait to Read
Cambridge-- THE BOOK STORE WHERE I BOUGHT VERY OLD WINNIE THE POOH BOOKS! Oh my, what fantastic memories.