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by Max Lucado

Great book with many good stories, illustrations, and a good understanding of Scripture.

Stamped Racism, Antiracism, And You By Jason Reynolds
by Jason Reynolds

An honest view of racism.

The Order
by Daniel Silva

Great continuation of Gabriel Allon's story

Bag of Bones
by Stephen King

Best ghost story!

The False Prince
by Jennifer A. Nielsen

The False Prince was a great book! It Kept you in suspense every chapter and it was hard to put the book down.

The False Prince
by Jennifer A Nielsen

BEST BOOK EVER!!!!! I absolutely love this book and the rest in the series! You have to read it!

The Starless Sea
by Erin Morgenstern

I choose to read this book because I had heard so many amazing things about it. I was left feeling confirmed in my stance of struggling through fantasy. Told in dual realities at times the story follows a graduate student Zachary in his enchanting life through a mysterious book with lost cities and seas. While the writing itself was beautiful, the plot was a struggle for me to get behind.

Where the Crawdad Sings
by Delia Owens

An unexpected thrilling novel about perspective, privilege and strength of humans. The book follows a "Swamp girl" who was left on her own at a very young age. Though she is not educated formally from going to school, she has a wealth of knowledge about the world that she lives in the swamp. She finds ways to live in a world unforgiving to her, while the rest of the world judges and neglects her as a whole. A surprising story that left me pausing in shock with it's ending.

Such A Fun Age
by Kiley Reid

Such a Fun Age is one of my favorite books I have read this year. Told from a dual perspective following the life of a black 25 year old girl trying to figure out her life, and a well to do white mother living a busy career-filled life. The book is about privilege while the world's of this babysitter and mother collide in unexpected exciting ways. A powerful novel for all.

Stamped Racism, Antiracism, And You By Jason Reynolds
by Jason Reynolds, Ibram X. Kendi

An excellent nonfiction read on the history of racism. A beautifully written engaging text breaking the history of racism down for not just young readers, but for all. His incorporation of his poetry background into his fiction writing is flawless and has me often pausing in awe of his writing and his always important message. Highly recommend!
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