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Magic Treehouse Book 9
by Mary Pope Osborne

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It's the best magic treehouse book yet!

Magic Treehouse Book 9
by Mary Pope Osborne

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It's the best magic treehouse book yet!

Becoming Brianna
by Terri Libenson

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Becoming Brianna is a radical middle-age graphic novel about a teen girl, of whom is prepping herself for her bat mitzvah, and on top of that, dealing with drama and rumors going around her school about her bat mitzvah. Terri Libenson gives tween-age kids an easily-put idea of the not-so-smooth ride to becoming an adult in the Jewish community, but makes sure that they know that it is worth it.

Zenobia July
by Lisa Bunker

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Zenobia July
by Lisa Bunker

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Zenobia July
by Lisa Bunker

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Much ado about Anne
by Heather Vogel Frederick

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Much ado about Anne by Heather Vogel Fredrick is an amazing book! I love all of heather's books and really encourage you to read all of them!

Anne Of Green Gables
by Lucy Maud Montgomery

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Anne Of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery is a very amusing, descriptive and fun to read. I love the way Lucy describes Anne's feelings and personality. I would highly recommend this book and I am looking forward to reading the rest of the series!

Murder Being Once Done
by Ruth Rendell

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Rendell begins by introducing Inspector Wexford in the uncharateristic role of a convalescent. His dry humor is evidenced by his lack of sincere appreciation of his caregivers. There is a recurring motif that begins early on as they bundle him up for a walk to visit the statue of Sir Thomas More. The Book title comes from More's "Utopia".