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  • Shannon Bell

    The Giver. One of the books I read in middle school that I actually remember!

  • Tammy Maseberg

    The Giver by Lois Lowry. This one crosses over from "For the Love of Books" because it is a Young Adult book. My boys loved it when they were younger, and it is a great book for adults, too.

  • Tyra Wright

    The Giver- one of my all time favorite books.

  • Meile Rosenlund

    The Giver; It's a dang good book!! Sad though. Very sad.

  • Alix Buckley

    Worth reading

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  • Peggy Miller

    be sure to read the other 2 in the series. Gathering Blue and the Messenger. Great books

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