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Book Review: Surviving Gretchen by Bonnie Daly

Photo via Goodreads. Book Review Book Title: Surviving Gretchen Author: Bonnie Daly Introduction: I was given a copy of this novel for an honest review. Review: This story is a great middle-grade or pre-YA novel. It's a contemporary, Disney Channel-esque book that will keep young readers interested. I definitely enjoyed this book on a middle-grade… Continue reading Book Review: Surviving Gretchen by Bonnie Daly

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Book Review: Ugly by Robert Hoge

Edition photos via Goodreads. Book Review: Title: Ugly Author: Robert Hoge Date Read: September 28th - October 4th, 2016 Date Reviewed: October 6th, 2016 Introduction: I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads. When I read the synopsis of this novel I was incredibly intrigued. A memoir of the life of a child… Continue reading Book Review: Ugly by Robert Hoge

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Book Review: The Most Beautiful Book in the World by Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt

Photo via Goodreads. Book Review: Title: The Most Beautiful Book in the World: Eight Novellas Author: √Čric-Emmanuel Schmitt Date Read: September 4th - September 26th, 2016 Date Reviewed: September 26th, 2016 Introduction: I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads. I wanted to read this because I was lacking in anthologies as of… Continue reading Book Review: The Most Beautiful Book in the World by Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt

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Book Review: Two Graves by Zoe Kalo

Photo via Goodreads. Book Review Title: Two Graves Author: Zoe Kalo Type of Book: Novella (Approximately 70 pages) Spoilers below?: Yes. Introduction: I was really interested in the premise of this book. It sounded suspenseful, potentially spooky, and intense. As soon as I was able to get my hands on this book, I began my… Continue reading Book Review: Two Graves by Zoe Kalo

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Quick Book Review: Heart Prints by Anne Schober

Photo via Goodreads. To be honest, I usually do not read books like this because I have no taste for them, but this book was a beautiful exception. This little book full of stories about how lives were changed and how to relate to other people and students warmed my heart up quite a bit.… Continue reading Quick Book Review: Heart Prints by Anne Schober