The Littlest Angel from Cynthia

I just remember being read this book and how i thought it was so sad yet happy. As i became an independent reader The Boxcar Children were very exciting. Children living on their own and exploring the city and solving mysteries. Today, as an adult, I love to read many Genre’s or listen to them […]

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Kaleidoscope Eyes from Marlene

The characters were so real, lively and true to life. I loved the lively story and detail. It is my favorite type of book to read and write, a Christian romantic mystery. I learned new writing techniques from this book and the series. I have re-read this book a dozen times. The main characters were […]

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The Secret Garden from Linda

I read this book during my 5th grade year in school as the braille book was in the school’s library. One of the characters in the book had a disability which could be resolved through exercise, but first he needed to develop friends and also a sense of hope. The little girl in the book […]

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The Giver from Michael

I remember the night I finished reading The Giver by Lois Lowry. I was in middle school and it was late on a school night. Up until then, reading books felt like a chore. It wasn’t until I found myself reading past the required chapters of that night that I realized reading books could be […]

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Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee from Carrie

As a girl, I was always interested in stories about the American frontier and the experiences of people during the settlement of America. This was the first book that moved me to tears, I mean, an all out emotional downpour of emotion. Words alone had never before evoked sympathy for someone’s story the way that […]

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The Source from Jennifer

I loved this book as a young adult because it opened up my mind to the sweep of human history in the Middle East. As a model of historical fiction, The Source entertained me both emotionally and intellectually. It helped me get a deeper feeling for human behavior and the evolution of cultures and religions, […]

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