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  • Julie Gorski Monti

    Books worth reading

  • Kary Clark

    Like Water for Chocolate: A Novel in Monthly Installments with Recipes, Romances, and Home Remedies: Laura Esquivel: Im always open to new things, Im not much of a reader so a book club would not be a please you would normaly find me. but I will give it a try. so "como agua para chocolate" here we go! My thoughts. I'm not a romantic ( when it comes to books and movies) and I don't like crying but if you are then this is the book for you. :0) PS: it reminds me a Mexican soap opera.

  • Ann Smitt

    Como Agua Para Chocolate (Like Water for Chocolate) by Laura Esquivel One of my favorite books. I just wish I could create all the recipes from the book. AFS ;-)

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Water for Elephants, Sara Gruen. I really enjoyed learning about the circus in this book. I will definitely read this book again soon. I haven't watched the movie yet, it is coming out on dvd November 1.

Pride and Prejudice [Book] by Jane Austen

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Cutting for Stone by Abraham Verghese. I'm not quite sure where to begin with this book--it is so full of rich characters, medical procedures (with perhaps a little more detail than you'd like), political turmoil, etc. Verghese doesn't jump straight into the story, but builds a back story that gets filled in throughout the rest of the novel. This is my favorite book of the year!

Richard Scarry's What Do People Do All Day? from Barnes and Noble. One of our favourite books when we were kids!

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