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Christopher Robin: The Novelization – Elizabeth Rudnick

"You can't stay in your corner of the forest waiting for others to come to you. You have to go to them sometimes." Christopher Robin spent many blissful years with his best friends - Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, Eeyore, Rabbit, Owl and so many more. But then, one day, Christopher Robin's father tells him that it's… Continue reading Christopher Robin: The Novelization – Elizabeth Rudnick

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The Voyage – Douglas Falk

★★★★ Dear God. It's not a mirage. It looks like...looks like...could it be? Sweet mother of God. How was John Wilander supposed to know that one shared beer could lead to a chase (wild goose chase?) after the world's most closely guarded secrets? William Milton is one of those people - yes. That's right. He's a Flat-Earther.… Continue reading The Voyage – Douglas Falk

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Scythe – Neal Shusterman

★★★★★ Humanity has reached the great plateau - there's truly nothing left to do. They've conquered world hunger, disease, war....even death itself. The world is at a standstill and there truly isn't a thing left to do. But...such begs the question. If the world is plateauing...how would you deal with population control? The answer is scythes -… Continue reading Scythe – Neal Shusterman

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If You Were Me and Lived in… the Mayan Empire – Carole P. Roman

★★★★ Have you ever wanted to know what it was like to live during the Mayan Empire - over 1500 years ago? Then pick up this fabulous book! You can learn all about this ancient culture - from their clothes to their foods to their habits and cities. Each city had a temple for worship… Continue reading If You Were Me and Lived in… the Mayan Empire – Carole P. Roman

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Darkdawn – Jay Kristoff

★★★★★ What doesn't kill me had better fucking run. Mia Corere - once a rich little girl - experienced her entire world shift on its axis whern Consul Julius Scaeva murdered her father. In her quest for revenge, Mia has leapt from lonely orphan girl to assassin to gladiatii. And once she secured her position, she managed… Continue reading Darkdawn – Jay Kristoff

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Don’t Call the Wolf – Aleksandra Ross

★★★★★ "Evil wrapped itself around the little village. Evil walked the crumbling streets…It looked down from the rafters with glowing eyes" Ren, the seventeen-year-old forest Queen, spent her entire life fighting monsters in her forest and protecting the remaining human villages within its bounds. And then, from that darkness, rose a queen She's a shifter… Continue reading Don’t Call the Wolf – Aleksandra Ross

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The Kingdom of Back – Marie Lu

★★★★ I am going to tell you a story you already know. But listen carefully, because within it is one you have never heard before. There's two Mozarts, but the world remembered only one of them. Nannerl, had one wish - to be remembered. She and her brother toured all throughout Europe but despite all her… Continue reading The Kingdom of Back – Marie Lu