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How to Break an Evil Curse – Laura Morrison

Princess Julianna has known all her life that she was cursed. One ray of sunlight and *poof* she dies. Horribly. Despite her limitations, she's carved out a life (metaphorically, and physically - she's literally been digging a hole out of the dungeon since she was 8) for herself in her comfy underground home with her ghostly companions.… Continue reading How to Break an Evil Curse – Laura Morrison

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Heading Over the Hill – Judy Leigh

Dawnie and Billy are (quite frankly) ready to retire. They raised their children and have decided (at 70) that they'd like to start over new. Which is what brings them to Barnstaple, by the sea (temporarily). They plan to rent a home until they find the perfect seaside cottage. But as soon as they move… Continue reading Heading Over the Hill – Judy Leigh

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Janice the Original – Janice Dickinson

★★★★ Ohhhh my gosh. This one was a wild ride. So, I didn't know too much (okay, anything) about Janice before my quarantine America's Next Top Model binge (I'm on cycle 22, by the way). And I loved her personality on the show. She was the unfiltered kind of funny - always with a snappy remark or cutthroat… Continue reading Janice the Original – Janice Dickinson

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Please Don’t Tell Cooper He’s a Dog – Michelle Lander Feinberg

He's kind, and he's gentle, loyal, and brave,but simply confused about how dogs behave." This gorgeous little picture book follows an adorable giant of a dog...who thinks he's people! He wasn't always like that though! Cooper was adopted from a shelter by a loving family. Annnd, almost immediately, the five children begin treating him like… Continue reading Please Don’t Tell Cooper He’s a Dog – Michelle Lander Feinberg

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Thomas Wildus and the Wizard of Sumeria – JM Bergen

"We think he's up to something. Something big." Thomas thought that his days of saving-the-world were over and he could enjoy a nice, long relaxing break - psych! It all started when someone hacked into his friend's computer. "I have no idea how they got into this system or what their motivation is, but whoever they are,… Continue reading Thomas Wildus and the Wizard of Sumeria – JM Bergen

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Thomas Wildus and the Book of Sorrows – JM Bergen

"I'm looking for books about magic." Thomas has been teased about it for ages but he truly believes in magic. He knows it in his heart. But at twelve years old, he's never seen even one iota of real magic. Until he walks into the right bookstore. He's given this mysterious Book of Sorrows - with some very specific… Continue reading Thomas Wildus and the Book of Sorrows – JM Bergen

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Saving Sadie – Joal Derse Dauer & Elizabeth Ridley

Initial Reaction Ohhh man. Like literally 50 pages in and I've teared up twice. If I don't end up a bawling mess, it will be a miracle. Update Gorgeous book. Absolutely gorgeous. The Review Joal Dauer was dropping off blankets at her local dog shelter when something caught her eye. There was this shepherd mix,… Continue reading Saving Sadie – Joal Derse Dauer & Elizabeth Ridley

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Little Owl’s Bedtime by Debi Gliori & Alison Brown

Little Owl was snuggled up with Mommy Owl sharing a bedtime story. It was late o'clock. It's bedtime for Little Owl and his younger brother, but just as his mom leans over to give him one final tuck and a peck on the cheek... "NO," said Little Owl. "NO, NO, NO!" Little Owl does NOT… Continue reading Little Owl’s Bedtime by Debi Gliori & Alison Brown