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Mark Twain & Huck Finn - Blair, Walter
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Mark Twain & Huck Finn
Edition language: English
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Dara Beth's Classroom Library
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5.0 The Watson's Go to Birmingham
The Watson's Go to Birmingham-1963 was first published by Christopher Paul Curtis in December of 1995. This story is about a family from Flint, Michigan. The story starts out telling the troubling experiences of the Watson kids (Byron, Kenny, and Joetta) at their school. After the parents have had e...
Sorry kids, no feet.
Sorry kids, no feet. rated it
4.0 Empire of Sand (The Books of Ambha #1) - Tasha Suri
There was a moment when I didn't think I would finish this book. I was about half way when I found myself asking, "What is keeping me entertained?" Honestly, nothing was keeping me entertained. Stubbornness alone kept me going. That seems to be a constant theme in my life. Ask my mother. I will a...
Dara Beth's Classroom Library
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5.0 Corduroy
Corduroy was first published in 1968 by Don Freeman. This story is about a stuffed toy bear, by the name of Corduroy, who lives his life on the shelf of a department store. Corduroy longs to have a sense of belonging and friendship. One day, Corduroy meets a little girl who instantly falls in love h...
Debbie's Spurts
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0.0 DNF
I gave this library book a good try. It had such promise of an interesting storyline. So uneven. I couldn't get a fix on any of the characters between fluctuating personalities and dialogue (just jumped all over the place). Add in some bad stereotypes. I could even have gotten over the bits th...
Bark at the Ghouls
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2.0 When the Lights Go Out by Mary Kubica
I was going to write a real review for this book but it doesn’t deserve it. This book made me so crazy-mad that I am not going to waste my time. Up until the last quarter or so I would’ve rated it a 3 ½. It was holding my attention even though some of the themes; the insatiable baby-lust, the absent...
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