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The Trackers: A Novel
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The Trackers: A Novel

Charles Frazier’s name is synonymous with sweeping historical fiction that brings seemingly lost worlds to life: Cold Mountain, Nightwoods, and more. His latest, The Trackers, has some of that same feeling, but it lacks the urgency that makes his earlier novels hum. Painter Val Welch has been sent to Wyoming to paint a mural in […]

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Izzy Paints
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Izzy Paints

Izzy loves the art that she sees at an art museum. She decides that she would like to create her own art. So Izzy finds inspiration in the world around her to create her own art. It all starts when she looks at the sun and starts with a little bit of yellow. It takes […]

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Fox and Bear
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Fox and Bear

Fox and Bear live happily in the forest. Bear wants to live a simple life, but Fox is very handy and creative. This leads to Fox creating more inventions, which Bear is unsure of, and how they are creating an impact on the world around them. The artwork in this book is really cool, it […]

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Owl and Penguin (I Like to Read Comics)
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Owl and Penguin (I Like to Read Comics)

The book Owl and Penguin has several shorter stories about the characters Owl and Penguin, who are best friends, and how they help each other out and cheer each other up when they need it. In one of the stories, it is raining, and Penguin is outside playing, but Owl isn’t sure about getting wet; […]

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Gillespie Field Groove
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Gillespie Field Groove

Rolly Waters is listening to a story from his newest client, a nurse named Lucinda Rhodes. Rolly previously made Lucinda’s acquaintance when a previous case of Rolly’s nearly killed him. Lucinda recently lost her father, Gerry. Her father had left her a photograph of an unidentified man holding a guitar. Rolly’s knowledge of guitars is […]

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Destiny Springs
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Destiny Springs

Destiny Springs by Elliott Foster is the third fiction novel within his latest trilogy. This novel picks up from the award-winning Reckoning Waves and follows Corey Fischer after fleeing Minnesota to Los Angeles where he is continuing to build a new life for himself. The reader sees more from his best friend Billy, his mother […]

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The Dawn of AI (Paperwar) by Ryan LeKodak

Book Summary: One malfunction… Millions dead… The search for answers begins… In the year 2040, the world’s transportation is dominated by a highly advanced artificial intelligence system. However, this seemingly perfect technology collapses, resulting in catastrophic disasters and the loss of millions of lives worldwide. The disaster is dubbed Mayday, and its aftermath affects everyone. […]

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The Book That No One Wanted to Read
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The Book That No One Wanted to Read

A book written by a book! That’s so amazing! (Not really, it was written by Richard Ayoade, but the narrator says it was written by a book, so that’s really fun.) And Tor Freeman did the illustrations (those are the pictures). She has super fun maps. I loved the library map because when I was […]

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Finally Seen
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Finally Seen

Ten-year-old Lina Gao last saw her parents and little sister five years ago. Since then, she’s been living in Beijing with her grandmother. Until now. Her parents are finally ready to bring her into their lives again. However, living in America poses some challenges for Lina. She struggles to keep up with English lessons, and […]

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