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SoManyBooksNotEnoughTime

Joined February 2019

"Reading broadens the scope of the world and one‘s perception of where one belongs in it.” — Marita Golden
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"It kind of makes me nervous that I'm the only one in my family worried about this stuff. Because if we don't do something about the situation SOON, we're gonna wish we DID." - Greg Heffley on "this climate mess"

Another fun addition to the series. As a grown adult, I probably shouldn't enjoy these books but Greg cracks me up. I really commiserate with him on his mom's ridiculous rules. Reading this had me wishing for a snow day. ❄️❄️❄️❄️

Thousand-Lives I agree! My son loves these on audio, but I have been known to keep listening while he‘s not in the van and just cracking up. 🤣 2d
SoManyBooksNotEnoughTime @Thousand-Lives ooo i never even thought about the audiobooks for these, that sounds fun! 18h
Thousand-Lives @SoManyBooksNotEnoughTime Yes! The narrator really nails it!! 18h
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"A lot of people, a lot of politicians, business leaders, journalists say that they dont 'agree' with what we children are saying. They say we are exaggerating, that we are alarmists. To answer this I would like to refer to page 108, chapter 2, in the latest IPCC report."

This compilation of all of Greta's brave speeches on the climate change crisis is eye-opening and important. Everyone should read it and everyone should start taking action.

Emilymdxn I felt exactly the same, fantastic book 3d
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I absolutely loved Father Of Lions, both the man & the book. We need more people like Abu Laith in this uncaring world. Callaghan tells an engrossing true story of his life, the ISIS occupation of Mosul, & the eventual evacuation of Zombie the lion from the war ravaged city. I couldn't put this book down, devouring it in 2 days (pun intended). I appreciate all of the hard work & research that went into creating this humbling, humanized account.

marleed Sounds so good - stacked! 3d
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It's probably not great that I could relate so much to the worldview of the main character here, considering the majority of her small Polish village considered her a nutty old crone. Tokarczuk was awarded the 2018 Nobel Prize in Literature for this book & I definitely see the appeal. She was able to paint a picture in your mind of the cold, wintery, desolate setting for this story, while also giving you great insight into the mind of Janina.

Emilymdxn I loved this one too! 6d
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The Golden Compass | Philip Pullman
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I started watching the new HBO series, His Dark Materials, & really have been enjoying it, so I decided to start reading the books. This first book in the trilogy had been adapted for screen years back but the movie really didn't do the book justice. I absolutely loved the book and main character, Lyra. The magic of this book brings back the feeling of comfort and childhood that series like Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter produced.

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The Speed of Falling Objects | Nancy Richardson Fischer
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What a wild ride! I had a feeling I would enjoy this book as the description was up my alley & it didn't disappoint. A quick, action-packed read with a bit of emotional depth. Danielle struggles to get to know her famous Bear Grylls-esque father who left her and her mother when she was younger. Never a dull moment in this extreme survival story. Prepare to feel some phantom itchiness & to be thankful for the safety & comfort of your own home.

RealBooks4ever Love the cover! 💚 1w
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Trail of Lightning | Rebecca Roanhorse
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I really enjoyed Trail Of Lightning. I read it to fit the PopSugar Reading Challenge "cli-fi" prompt, as well as a monthly club prompt for a book with an indigenous person. It's everything I could want in a book: dystopian, badass Native American female, & monster-slaying. It's a pretty quick read that keeps you on your toes. Heads up, there's some crazy awesome, but gory fight scenes. Different from anything I've read in awhile, I recommend it.

Jari-chan I need this. 2w
SoManyBooksNotEnoughTime @Jari-chan it was really cool! 2w
Liatrek Loved this book ❤️ and the sequel! 2w
SoManyBooksNotEnoughTime @Liatrek i definitely need to read the sequel soon! 1w
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"Books are letters in bottles, cast into the waves of time, from one person trying to save the world to another."

Intriguing and wonderfully weird science fiction time war forbidden romance. This novella was not what I expected but was very well written. The story unfolds as a series of letters between 2 rivals of a war. It includes a diversity you don't see often in this genre. For that reason, it's an important piece of modern literature.

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A Warning | Anonymous,
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It wasrough having to relive the current presidency in these 250ish pgs. I do really feel that everyone should read this book at some point before the 2020 election. It's clearly written by a Trump official so it was someone he appointed and therefore liked at some point. I am super curious as to who wrote this so I hope we do find out one day. After reading it, I'm thinking Dan Coats? or Steve Mnuchin? Anyone who read it, have a guess?

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The Revisioners | Margaret Wilkerson Sexton
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“I don‘t like to compare people. It is like slamming God for making petunias and roses…”

An oddly enjoyable book. I have read tons of stories on slavery that are extremely tough reads due to the heartbreaking content. While this story was tough & upsetting at times, the author does a great job of interspersing the tragedy with love & understanding. Ava & Josephine are so powerful. I found the book to be sad at points but uplifting overall.

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They Called Us Enemy | George Takei, Justin Eisinger, Steven Scott
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An absolutely fantastic graphic novel. I'm not usually a big fan of graphic novels but the illustrations really add so much here. From depictions of the scenery at the camps, to the emotional expressions on people's faces. I sometimes, disappointingly, forget about the time in our nation's history where we were forced thousands of Japanese-Americans into internments camps. It is a dark moment that we regret, but that we shouldn't forget.

Addison_Reads Great review. I read this one last week and was so impressed by the detail in the graphics. The story is so well done and it's important for us to remember so we don't repeat this terrible time in history where we locked up hardworking Americans simply because of their heritage. 3w
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"? ???? ?????? ?????'? ???? ??????????. ? ???? ?????? ?? ????."⁣

Oh Isra & Deya & Sarah & so many other women like them around the world today & throughout history. Made to believe they are worthless, a burden, powerless. My heart goes out to these women. Such an amazing, important story. I recommend it to women everywhere & the men that care about them. A great debut & definitely worthy of awards.

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The Deep | Rivers Solomon, Daveed Diggs, William Hutson, Jonathan Snipes
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A novella with an intriguing concept. Reminding me a bit of The Giver by Lois Lowry combined with the Little Mermaid, with important African history as an overarching theme. Imagine we never stopped breathing underwater as we did in the womb, would the human race have split? Solomon is skilled in making me personally feel the emotions and struggles of the main character. The story ends up becoming a bit romantic, which isn't my preferred genre.

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An intriguing story with an interesting premise. Combining historical fiction, suspense and a paranormal magical realism, I had a tough time putting this book down. While this book is quite depressing at times, showcasing the brutality of humanity and the many injustices in life, it really makes you think and feel. In stores tomorrow, 11/12/2019.

Thanks to #Goodreads and #OrbitBooks for a free eARC of this book in exchange for my honest review.

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This book takes place in 2019 but flashes back to the times around the notorious LA Riots. Due to that, I expected this to be another great book that focused on race relations, but it's really so much more than that. It's about family, understanding, consequences & putting yourself in other people's shoes. Everything isn't black or white, hate or love. You need to learn to keep going, to forgive, and & to enjoy the peace & quiet when you have it.

Nute I passed this up in the bookstore last week, but it‘s been on my mind ever since. I‘m going back to the bookstore just for this book! 4w
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Pet | Akwaeke Emezi
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An interesting story. Very "woke" and touches on a tough topic in a somewhat fantastical, magical realism way. It's a finalist in the 2019 National Book Awards Young People's Literature category. I definitely get the hype & can see how it would prompt important discussions in a less threatening way. It's a different take on the typical YA Contemporary, and it's a pretty quick read at around 200 pages so it's definitely worth checking out.

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Thunderhead | Neal Shusterman
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Thunderhead was everything I hoped for, and more. I read the first book, Scythe, years ago & forced myself to wait to read Thunderhead until the final book in the trilogy was being released. Now that time has come! The Toll is coming out tomorrow 11/5, and I can't wait for my pre-order to arrive. Neal Shusterman is an absolute genius. I've never read a book of his that disappointed me. If you haven't started this series yet, I highly recommend it!

MrBook 😁👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 Great review! 1mo
Lovesbooks87 Can‘t wait until The Toll shows up in my mailbox tomorrow! 1mo
SoManyBooksNotEnoughTime @Lovesbooks87 so excited 🎉🎉📚 1mo
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Girl: A Novel | Edna O'Brien
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A haunting, harrowing envisioning of what happened to one of the schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram in the middle of the night. While this book isn't necessarily a factual recounting and the content was extremely tough at times, I forced myself to continue reading because these girls deserve to have their story told. This story really puts things into perspective & shows how someone's life can be completely altered due to no fault of their own.

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Kate Racculia writes some fun, fantastic, and eccentric characters. I enjoyed them all but felt a personal kinship to Tuesday herself. This story reminded me a bit of a quirky IRL version of Ready Player One where people in the public are competing to finish a treasure hunt set up by a recently deceased millionaire (maybe billionaire, I forget). It's got a murder mystery vibe with some unexpected twists and turns. Highly recommend!

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Hide and Shriek | R. L. Stine
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Happy Halloween! 🎃💀😈🖤🧡👻☠️😱⁣

#halloween #throwbookthursday #scary #rlstine #ghosts #goosebumps #fearstreet #candy #books #skeletons

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The Tenth Girl | Sara Faring
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Undoubtedly, an intriguing book. I definitely haven't read anything else like it. There's a certain genius to it, but it's confusing as it doesn't fit into the box of any genre. This creepy story will probably reverberate around my head for awhile. I thought I had a pretty good handle on it & then around the last hundred pages it took a crazy, unexpected turn. You'll just have to read it yourself to find out what I mean.

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Remarkables | Margaret Peterson Haddix
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When Mirin and her family move to a new town, she's out exploring the woods in her backyard when she notices a group of teenagers from the neighborhood disappear in thin air, right in front of her eyes. Like Margaret Peterson Haddix's other stories, this one is unique & engaging with a bit of life's seriousness thrown in. I believe middle gradera will love this book just as much as they've loved her others.

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This could easily now be my favorite book. I loved every single minute of it. The fierceness of the girls Frankie, Pearl, Marguerite & Toni made me so proud to be female. These girls struggled in ways you won't believe. I understand why this book is a Finalist in the National Book Awards 2019 for Young People's Literature category. It has a depth and history that no other YA books have. It has a paranormal aspect but is mostly historical fiction.

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"I nudge my way through them, jealous of their youth, their happiness, their drama and chatter. Life hasn't touched them yet. Not real life."

Quick paced & kept my interest the entire time. I read the book in a day and was on the edge of my seat more than a few times. A couple parts were slightly predictable but the ending was great, a twist I didn't see coming. I definitely recommend this book & will be reading more Riley Sager in the future.

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Cilka's Journey was a fantastic yet heartwrenching follow-up to the Tattooist. I actually liked it more, possibly because I could relate more to a female. I realize that this story isn't a completely factual account due to Cilka having died before this story was written & Lale being over 80. However, I don't feel that this detracts from the book at all. Morris is gifted writer, filling in the spaces with researched information as well as fiction.

Buechersuechtling Oh, how cool is that‼️ I just thanked @baes for her review on the “Tattoist” because it changed my attitude towards this book and now _you_throw the follow-up into my feed. Littens, you‘re wonderful has anybody already told you that❓😃 2mo
SoManyBooksNotEnoughTime @Buechersuechtling haha glad to help, Litsy really is a great community, i love it! 2mo
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The Institute | Stephen King
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"It came to him, with the force of a revelation, that you had to have been imprisoned to fully understand what freedom was."

A horrifying book, but not in the same vein of terror in which most of King's novels are written. There weren't any points where I was kept awake at night but the trauma experienced by the children makes your skin crawl in an entirely different way. The story has a sci-fi feel to it with the telekinesis & telepathy.

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Looking for Alaska | John Green
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"How will we ever get out of this labyrinth of suffering?"

I've been meaning to read this for years but had never gotten around to it. However, with the Hulu series out, I decided it was finally time. I am a sucker for the boarding school setting but there was a lot more to like that just that. The characters, while young, were relatable. They reminded me a bit of myself at their age so the book caused a feeling of nostalgia in me.

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The Testaments: A Novel | Margaret Atwood
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"You don't believe the sky is falling until a chunk of it falls on you."

A great, long awaited follow-up to The Handmaid's Tale. Margaret Atwood just tied to win the 2019 Booker Prize for this book and it didn't disappoint. The Testaments follows three different narrators: Aunt Lydia, a young girl who grew up in Gilead, & a young teen living outside Gilead in Canada. I don't want to give away much more than that. Go read it ?

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Fireborne | Rosaria Munda
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I absolutely loved this first installment in a new dragon-based YA fantasy series. It reminds me a lot of a less wordy Game of Thrones, but with more dragons. The narrator changes between 2 dragon-riding orphans, Lee and Annie. My favorite aspect of this book so far though is the history and politics of the world. I definitely recommend this first book in the Aurelian Cycle series to anyone who enjoys this genre. In stores today 10/15/19. 🐲🐉

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The Dutch House | Ann Patchett
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There really isn't a way to describe The Dutch House. It's almost like nothing happens but so much happens all at once. Everytime I picked it up to continue reading it, it felt like I was coming home. I found out that Tom Hanks narrated the audiobook about halfway through my reading of it, so included that in my experience for the second half, adding to the comforting feeling. The last page of the story wasn't sad, yet I cried all the same.

Nute Nice review! 4w
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The Spinner of Dreams | K. A. Reynolds
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"Even those broken by fate can pick themselves up and rise."

An awesome middle grades fantasy. It's full of magic and whimsy, creatures and a little darkness. It reminds me a lot of the Nevermoor series mixed with The Labyrinth & Alice in Wonderland. This book reminds you that everything isn't as dire as it seems & you should always believe you can accomplish your dreams.

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In the Tall Grass | Joe Hill, Stephen King
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Anyone else watch In The Tall Grass on Netflix this weekend? Pretty creepy... 😱😬🌾⚰️

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I have been meaning to read this book for awhile so October seemed like a suitable month to do so. I have really enjoyed Shirley Jackson's other works, and this had a similar, creepy atmosphere to it. I liked this book quite a bit but it was slightly predictable so I didn't find it to be as good as The Lottery, etc.. I read it all in one sitting though and I really felt unsettled after doing so. Happy early Halloween! 💀🎃🏚️

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"To save one is to save the world."

Lale's story is amazing at times, and so tragic in other times. There are so many books about the harshness of Auschwitz, but few have the firsthand experience of a person who survived the ordeal & also found the love of his life doing so. Being the tattooist offered Lale great opportunities at survival, which he shared wholeheartedly with Gita and many other prisoners in the camp. He touched the lives of many.

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Station Eleven | Emily St John Mandel
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"Because survival is insufficient."

Originally, I thought this was just another run-of-the-mill dystopian society book (which I'm not knocking, I love this genre). However, Station Eleven has so much more depth than that. It's truly a book about humanity. The storyline jumps back and forth to the time right before a rapid flu kills most people on Earth, and about 15-20 years after the demise.

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Red at the Bone | Jacqueline Woodson
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"???, ??? ???? ??? ?? ????. ??? ??? ???????. ???? ??? ????"⁣

A beautiful book that reads like a poem. You really get to know the personalities of Iris, Aubrey, Sabe, & Po'Boy. Each has their own issues & insecurities but you quickly come to love them. The families rally around the birth of daughter Melody, to a too young Iris. I also loved the audiobook, read by a full cast that includes the author.

Crazeedi Love the quote💞 2mo
SoManyBooksNotEnoughTime @Crazeedi me too, so much...it opens the book & just stuck with me the whole time 2mo
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The World That We Knew | Alice Hoffman
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I thought I had read every type of WWII book but the magical realism here adds to the story in ways that doesn't detract from the overall serious nature. Hoffman highlights the cruelty & unfairness of the world, but also the beauty of humanity through great comraderie with friends, family, & strangers.

In stores today 9/24!

Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book from #netgalley in exchange for my honest review.

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Who's Been Sleeping in My Grave? | R. L. Stine, Stephen Roos
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A Crack in the Line | Michael Lawrence
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Buechersuechtling I read the first two volumes of the series but it couldn‘t really keep my interest – the “clans” of young adults were too much black and white to me. Also, I couldn‘t imagine what would keep the story going for, dunno, 12 volumes. Am I wrong❓ Is it worth persevering❓ 3mo
SoManyBooksNotEnoughTime @Buechersuechtling Well everyone is different but personally, this is my favorite series ever... it was thought provoking, dark, science fiction-y, and highlighted diversity very well 3mo
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A fun & unique read that involves alternate history, time travel, punk rock, and feminism...so you really can't go wrong here. I absolutely enjoyed the incorporation of true historical events with a twist. It also contains some awesome characters (including great LGBTQ+ representation). I would love to see a screen adaptation one day. In stores 9/24!!

Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book from #bookishfirst in exchange for my honest review.

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Scythe | Neal Shusterman
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@batsy have you been tagged to play yet? 🙂

batsy Thank you, yes I was tagged :) This is a very striking cover! 3mo
Nute Cool cover! 3mo
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Brave Irene | William Steig
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Thanks for tagging me to play @IndoorDame

Buechersuechtling Aaaaaawwww‼️😍 3mo
batsy I love this! 3mo
Leftcoastzen ❤️ 3mo
Nute Yes! 3mo
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Dead Voices | Katherine Arden
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Dead Voices gave me the chills, and not just because the ski lodge was freezing. The second book in Katherine Arden's middle grade series was just as good as Small Spaces, possibly even better. Ollie, Coco, and Brian are back again in a creepy story that reminded me of Goosebumps mixed with Are You Afraid of the Dark? & The Shining. I absolutely loved it. I hear there's going to be 2 more books in this series to round out the remaining seasons. 🤞

JoScho I can‘t wait for my hold to come in on this one! 3mo
SoManyBooksNotEnoughTime @JoScho i read it in one day once my hold came through haha enjoy!! 3mo
JoScho I also love that she is doing one for each season. That is fun. 3mo
SoManyBooksNotEnoughTime @JoScho me too! I'm already anxiously await the spring & summer ones lol 3mo
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This book transports you to another place and time. Viewing the world through the eyes of a teen girl, we are introduced to life & culture in rural Pakistan. A touching story that reminds you that there is beauty in life, but there is also pain and suffering.

In stores 9/17.⁣

𝘋𝘪𝘴𝘤𝘭𝘢𝘪𝘮𝘦𝘳: I 𝘳𝘦𝘤𝘦𝘪𝘷𝘦𝘥 a copy of t𝘩𝘪𝘴 book f𝘳𝘰𝘮 #𝘣𝘰𝘰𝘬𝘴𝘱𝘢𝘳𝘬𝘴 𝘪𝘯 𝘦𝘹𝘤𝘩𝘢𝘯𝘨𝘦 𝘧𝘰𝘳 𝘮𝘺 𝘩𝘰𝘯𝘦𝘴𝘵 𝘳𝘦𝘷𝘪𝘦𝘸.⁣

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An adorable little prose book. The writing is captivating. Finding out that a lot of the story was a direct reflection of the author's time as a child refugee from Saigon only made the book more touching. The main character, Ha, is perfectly captured in the story as a child who has the cares and worries of a child but is going through real world, adult problems. All students should read this, for an understanding of refugees struggling today.

Nute Nice review! I thought that it contained excellent representation of a immigration situation as well. 3mo
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Always Remember | Cece Meng
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Thank you to all the heroes who were made & lost today, ⁣
🇺🇲 9/11/01 Never Forgotten⁣

FDNY- W.M., P.O., T.H., T.H., ⁣
PAPD- A.I., P.J., K.M., & K9 Sirius⁣

SaraFair ❤️ 3mo
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Lost and Found | Orson Scott Card
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A middle grade read with less science fiction than the Ender's Game series. This story was a lot of fun & definitely warrants a read. Card is so versatile in his writing. His books are always so engaging and absorbing no matter the intended audience. This is a great place to start if you're looking for an intro to this author. In stores today 9/10!

Disclaimer: I received a free ARC of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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Frankly in Love | David Yoon
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I'm not usually a fan of any books that fall under the Contemporary genre, however, I absolutely enjoyed this book. The main character, Frank Li, is adorable & hilarious. The author touches on some important topics affecting today's youth including racism, parental pressure, diversity, inclusion, culture, customs, & more. In stores this Tuesday, 9/10!

⁣Disclaimer: I received a free ARC of this from #BookishFirst in exchange for an honest review.

Cinfhen I love the cover and your review is great! (edited) 3mo
Lovesbooks87 I have this preordered and I am so excited to read it! 3mo
SoManyBooksNotEnoughTime @Cinfhen i lovee the cover too! 3mo
SoManyBooksNotEnoughTime @Lovesbooks87 you're going to love it!! 💛💚 3mo
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