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Losing Earth A Recent History
by Nathaniel Rich

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Detailed but depressing look at the failure to act on climate change (particularly in the US) from 1979-1989.

Franklin In The Dark
by Paulette Bourgeois

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This book is very interesting. I liked little title Franklin. I am glad he is brave now.

In Eva and the new owl, I like it because it’s about friendship. It teaches that you shouldn’t lose old friends in order to make new friends.

El Deafo
by Cece Bell

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This is a really really good book and I love when my sister reads it to me!

Cribsheets Emily Oster
by Emily Oster

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Interesting data

The Library Book
by Susan Orlean

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Good but tiring read. Best for book lovers or anyone who works in a library. Lots of history and detail-a little difficult to follow because it covers a long period of time/history

Just What Kind Of Mother Are You
by Paula Daly

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Loved this book! Really compelling plot...hard to describe without giving it away. HIghly recommended.

The Dark Army
by Joseph Delaney

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Like the end of The Last Apprentice series, Delaney shows once again his difficulties in ending a series well-and this time, there won't be a sequel. Slight Spoilers: People died who had no reason to die, the main villain of this series seemed weak compared to his henchmen, Tom seemingly forgot how to use his slowing down time powers (and I'm not buying the "he hasn't been practicing it" excuse), and... oh, some character comes completely out of nowhere, revealing himself as the true main villain (although he died in less than a page). Lastly, Delaney trapped himself in one of his witch pits when he rashly made Alice love Lukastra. While he scribbled down some excuse for why Alice acted like she did, it felt like the character I had enjoyed had been ripped into shreds by Kratch. (While this review was excruciatingly negative, I did enjoy following the characters and watch them triumph over the odds).

Keeper Of The Lost Cities Book 3
by Shannon Messenger

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The Crossover By Kwame Alexander
by Kwame Alexander

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A little sad when the main character’s dad died
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