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The Caterpillar – Errol Fern

★★★★ Ahhh! Such a cute book! A little caterpillar is feeling really lonely. He spends all his free time on his own, or watching the other bugs play together merrily. Instead of eating the leaf, the caterpillar used it to dry up his eyes..." He just doesn't understand why people don't like him (though he thinks it might because he's… Continue reading The Caterpillar – Errol Fern

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Of Captivity & Kings – E.Y. Laster

★★★ ½ She didn’t cry out. If she did the slavers would hear and they would find them all. Due to a "fortuitous" shipwreck, the Roman Empire has (yet again) found something it must have...and that something is the people of Nabara. While Kingdom of Nabara has dealt with slavers in the past, the Roman Empire poses a… Continue reading Of Captivity & Kings – E.Y. Laster

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Inheritance – Christopher Paolini

★★★★ Why does everything have to be so hard? [Eragon] wondered. Because, said Saphira, everyone wants to eat, but no one wants to be eaten. This book makes my heart happy. Eragon has graduated from isolated farmboy to savior of the kingdom. Along the way, he's faced trials, tribulations and terror.  He's fought the shade, the… Continue reading Inheritance – Christopher Paolini

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The Lost Carousel of Provence – Juliet Blackwell

★★★★ One thing was sure: This was not the fairy tale she had been looking for. Life dealt Cady Drake a rough hand. Orphaned nearly at birth, she bounced from foster home to foster home throughout her childhood - each time growing more and more jaded. Cady was a bad seed, through and through. ..that is until… Continue reading The Lost Carousel of Provence – Juliet Blackwell