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  • Karin Kohlberger

    Read it again for my book club... have to say though, it was much more impressive 20 years ago when I first read it.

  • Sheryl Froese

    The Physician (Cole Family Trilogy, #1 by Noah Gordon

  • Susan Whittaker

    The Physician. One of my favorite books.

  • Ashafras

    The Physician - In the 11th century, Rob Cole left poor, disease-ridden London to make his way across the land, hustling, juggling, peddling cures to the sick—and discovering the mystical ways of healing. It was on his travels that he found his own very real gift for healing—a gift that urged him on to become a doctor. So all consuming was his dream, that he made the perilous, unheard-of journey to Persia, to its Arab universities where he would undertake a transformation that would shape his destiny forever.

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A Wrinkle in Time (Madeleine L'Engle's Time Quintet): Madeleine L'Engle: 9780312367541: Amazon.com: Books

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Shakespeare investigates the dilemmas of man vs. family, man vs. nature and man vs. self. Cordelia's fate will make you weep.

It's a great real history wich tells the life of a Brazilian man married to a German woman who was send back to the hands of Hitler by a Brazilian president during the second world war . The book is a love story between this couple that knew each other during their training by The Russian Red Army.

The Story of Charlotte's Web: E. B. White's Eccentric Life in Nature and the Birth of an American Classic by Michael Sims: In 1970, E.B.White recorded the audio book. "But every time, he broke down when he got to Charlotte's death. And he would do it, and it would mess up. ... He took 17 takes to get through Charlotte's death without his voice cracking or beginning to cry." www.npr.org/... #Charlottes_Web #E_B_White #MIchael_Sims

  • Nita Young

    Me too! I cry every time I read this part to my 2nd grade students!

  • Peg Lloyd

    My favorite book when I was a child..still have my worn cover book and I too cry at Charlotte's. death.

  • Kathy Jackson

    My grandson and I love this story, we also cry when we Charlotte dies. What a great job of putting so much life into the barn animals!!

The Lost Wife -- All I can say about this book is WOW! I read it in a matter of hours -- couldn't put it down..

Stephen King #Quote #Author #Reading I so agree...and always have a book or two handy.

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