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I first read this book when I was in Primary School and then again whilst I was teaching a year 4 class, I liked reading this book as a child and as adult. I love their alternative uses for all of their borrowed objects. It is fascinating and adventurous. This book tells a story of a borrower family called the Clocks. Pod and Homily Clock and their 13 years old daughter, Arrietty all live under the floorboards. The borrowers are a miniature-sized people who live under the floorboards. They...

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Like Sisters on the Homefront

Like Sisters on the Homefront

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11 Books to Read After College Graduation (When You Have No Idea What's Going On) | Bustle

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a mystery by Joanne Fluke, the Hannah Swensen mysteries - - -with recipes ;)

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Joanne Fluke Christmas Bundle: Sugar Cookie Murder, Candy Cane Murder, Plum Pudding Murder, & Gingerbread Cookie Murder

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8 House plants that are easy to keep alive

8 House Plants That Are Easy To Keep Alive

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Florida native plants | Gardeners Guide to Floridas Native Plants

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The Southern Living Garden Book. Wonderful book!!! So very helpful! Everyone in the South needs one.

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SINFUL FOLK - A Novel of the Middle Ages

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Gone Girl

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Messages (David Chance, #1)

Messages (David Chance, #1)

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The Immortal Life Of Henrietta Lacks By Rebecca Skloot, hardcover, 384 pages, Crown, list price: $26 Back in 1951, a poor African-American woman named Henrietta Lacks died of cervical cancer in the "colored" ward of Johns Hopkins Hospital. Before she died, scientists harvested tissue from her cervix. Dubbed HeLa cells, these were the first human cells to thrive in culture, spawning an industry that has changed medical research and is worth billions today. These cells have been instrumen...

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The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks -- A poor black tobacco farmer whose cells—taken without her knowledge in 1951 and now called HeLa cells—became one of the most important tools in medicine, vital for developing the polio vaccine, cloning, gene mapping, in vitro fertilization, and more. Henrietta’s cells have been bought and sold by the billions, yet she remains virtually unknown

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K thru 2nd Grade Chapter Book Series - Our 20 Favorites!

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Banana Split by Josi Kilpack

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Bud, Not Buddy - by Christopher Paul Curtis - A story about ten year old Bud taking place in 1936, Flint, Michigan and his journey to find his father. #kobo #eBooks

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Baked Alaska (Culinary Murder Mysteries Series #9)

Baked Alaska (Culinary Murder Mysteries Series #9)

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Rocky Road (Culinary Murder Mysteries Series #10)

Rocky Road (Culinary Murder Mysteries Series #10)

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James McBride's The Color of Water

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Reading to my grandson.

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