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Fräulein Schläpples fabelhafte Steuererklärung
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ISBN: 9783833309915
Edition language: English
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Reading For The Heck Of It
Reading For The Heck Of It rated it
4.0 The transatlantic experience
First of all, Locomotive by Brian Floca has absolutely beautiful illustrations. [A/N: It was a Caldecott Medal Winner and a Sibert Honor Book so you know I'm not just whistling Dixie.] This could be a potentially dry subject (a 19th century family's cross country journey to a new home) but the illus...
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4.5 It's Always Been You, Jessica Scott
I enjoyed this fast paced romance. I received this for free and I voluntarily chose to review it. I've given it a 4.5* rating. This is not for the under 18 readers. There is a bit of sex and violence in this. This author takes us to the backside of what happens sometimes to our military men and wome...
Reading For The Heck Of It
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3.0 Unique concept combined with beautiful illustrations
Mirror Mirror: A Book of Reverso Poems by Marilyn Singer with pictures by Josee Masse contains reverso poetry based on fairy tales which when read in one direction tells one story (and from one POV) but when read in reverse is a wholly different story. An example would be Cinderella’s story on one p...
A Man With A Spooky Agenda
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5.0 Who Won Second Place at Omaha? by Diane Kagan
Diane Kagan is an actress with a long history on the stage and a respectable amount of appearances in film and television. She is also, evidence this book, completely fucking crazy. This was published by Random House for chrissakes. What was going on in 1975?"Who Won Second Place at Omaha?" is a sur...
My Never Ending List
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4.0 The Evil Princess vs. The Brace Knight
Sister and brother, evil princess and brave knight. They lived together in a castle but that didn’t always mean that they got along. The Evil Princess liked to be mean to the Brave Knight. The Brave Knight liked to be brave but he could also be mean, when the Evil Princess was evil to him. The Magic...
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