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If you read just 1 book a day, you will have read about 365 books in a year. That is 730 books in two years, and 1,095 books in just three years!

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The Phantom Tollbooth
by Norton Juster

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This is probably the best book I’ve ever read. It’s very funny and and I love it.

Goldilocks And The Three Bears
by James Marshall

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Funny!

Stage Fright On A Summer Night
by Mary Pope Osborne

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I love The Magic Tree House books. This was definitely a fun read.

The Quest For Cosmic Justice
by Thomas Sowell

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This is a great read that gets to the point without needing too much of a background in the topic. Of course it encourages or entices the reader to look into mentioned events on their own. It provides a logical counter-point to the views and opinions being pushed out in mainstream media currently.

Front Desk
by Kelly Yang

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I would give Front Desk a 5 star review! It is my absolute favorite book, and I could read it over and over again! You connect with the characters and see life through Mia’s eyes. They story has an exciting plot and it’s a roller coaster of a ride while reading this book!

The Princess Imposter
by Vivian Vande Velde

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I really really really enjoyed this book!!! It's about this normal fairy and she trades places with a princess! The fairy has to always to clean the house, do laundry, and look after her brothers and sisters. And the princess has maids and gets a lot of things done for her. But when they trade places they are not used to what the other usually does.

The Great Alone
by Kristin Hannah

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It took a few chapters to get rolling, but it was well worth the wait in the beginning. Greatly enjoyed this story.

The Haunting Of Brynn Wilder
by Wendy Webb

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It was an entertaining read. Focused more on romance than the haunting in a lot of ways, but still a fun read.

Daughters Of The Lake
by Wendy Webb

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Entertaining read and flowed nicely.

A Beautiful Mind
by Sylvia Nasar

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This is an impeccable read about an American math genius, John Nash, and his social-emotional-intellectual interactions with constituent genius acquaintances at Princeton (including his "heroes," Albert Einstein and John von Neumann), MIT and beyond. Through Sylvia Nasar, we journey through the highs of Nash's mental aptitude to the bowels of his paranoid schizophrenia, and the awkward interactions he encounters in his quest for greatness. ***SPOILER ALERT!!!*** (Stop reading now if you believe that "less is more!") Irrational thoughts and conspiracies begin to haunt Nash as he embraces his "crumbling math career" at the young age of 30. Read this book to explore the humanity of this American genius, John Nash, and how he defies the mathematical odds in continuing to thrive - a genius, a truly "beautiful mind" - AFTER schizophrenia and earning a Nobel Peace Prize.