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Refugee
Refugee | Alan Gratz
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JOSEF is a Jewish boy living in 1930s Nazi Germany. With the threat of concentration camps looming, he and his family board a ship bound for the other side of the world . . . ISABEL is a Cuban girl in 1994. With riots and unrest plaguing her country, she and her family set out on a raft, hoping to find safety in America . . . MAHMOUD is a Syrian boy in 2015. With his homeland torn apart by violence and destruction, he and his family begin a long trek toward Europe . . . All three kids go on harrowing journeys in search of refuge. All will face unimaginable dangers -- from drownings to bombings to betrayals. But there is always the hope of tomorrow. And although Josef, Isabel, and Mahmoud are separated by continents and decades, shocking connections will tie their stories together in the end. This action-packed novel tackles topics both timely and timeless: courage, survival, and the quest for home.
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Great book where three stories from different time periods connect at the end. Josef, a Jewish boy escaping Nazi Germany in the 1930s, Isabel, a Cuban girl escaping Castro's regime in 1994, and Mahmoud, a Syrian boy fleeing from the conflict in Syria in 2015.

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PandaOnBamboo2
Refugee | Alan Gratz
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This book really touched my heart. It filled me with compassion, and I could really feel the troubles each of them went through. I would definitely read this book again, and possibly purchase the book for myself.
#goodbook #bolducbookworms

GD Gadolinium I've read this book as well and loved the plot of each story and could feel their struggles which is something that doesn't happen to me with many books. Overall I thought it was a great book.
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PandaOnBamboo2 @GD Gadolinium I honestly feel the same. I loved when they explained the significance of the troubles that occurred. I enjoyed the plot of the book, and how smoothly it runs throughout the book. 6d
bishopwatchestheoffice I have also read this book, and I like how it can relate to all types of people, with the issues with home life and self-identity. 6d
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Lovely_one_and_only This was and is likable. The way it uses different time zones that connects in a way, which sounds weird coming from me, I cried at some areas. My mom yelled at me for crying over a book. She told me that I have to stay strong.😅 😂 anyways the book was lovely and I liked it also because it had three totally different people describing there life as refugees. 6d
PandaOnBamboo2 @bishopwatchestheoffice I feel like the newer generations should learn more about home life and identity, as the new millennium is (In my option) becoming better at acknowledging all backgrounds and beliefs, whereas, before the 2000's, many people from different backgrounds were oppressed because of how governments worked at the time. (edited) 5d
bishopwatchestheoffice @PandaOnBamboo2 I completely agree, this generation is great with allowing people of all backgrounds to be who they want to be, I personally attribute this to the fact that schools/parents etc now teach students about different backgrounds/sexualities, and educating them on the history of them. This allows for students to make a future where they don't oppress anyone, educating students on this will only allow for the future more accepting. 2d
Rio Rhino Bird I agree with you all the way
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Caterina
Refugee | Alan Gratz
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5/6 books total. Only 3/4 runs, but lots of hiking while I was out of town, and I'm still coming off of that knee injury and don't want to overdo it! This week I'm planning on a few YMCA classes for cross training, and getting my 4 runs in, even if I have to use a treadmill if the smoke is bad. Also plan on not drowning in schoolwork, although it'll be a close one. 😂🤪 #BFCr4 #runningonreading @wanderinglynn @BarbaraJean @Catlover23 @hermyknee

wanderinglynn Way to go! 🙌🏻 3w
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Caterina
Refugee | Alan Gratz
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Finished my first (and only) book of the weekend! Listened for a while before bed to let my brain relax after all that school reading. I read from seven books for seminary today. Ending at 9:38:49 for #DeweysReadathon and stopping for the day at 13:54:04 for #24b4Monday (probably won't read much tomorrow though, I have church and then plenty of homework that isn't reading). Goodnight! 😴 #readathon #deweys24hourreadathon @DeweysReadathon

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Caterina
Refugee | Alan Gratz
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Flight went well and I got some school reading done, now I'm #audioBARTing home. (BART is the Bay Area's subway) 1.5 hours for #deweysreadathon so far. #24hourreadathon #readathon @DeweysReadathon

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Caterina
Refugee | Alan Gratz
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1) I'm starting in Oregon and ending in California, due to a 7 am flight!
2) Most of my reading will be for school, so I'm looking forward to audiobook breaks for fun reading, like Refugee and Pachinko.
3) Tea.
4) I'm a seminary student getting my Master of Divinity in Berkeley, CA!
5) I've participated in a couple, but I don't think there's something specific I'd do differently.
#readathon @DeweysReadathon #deweys24hourreadathon #deweysreadathon

TheLibrarian Good luck with your degree!! I work as a librarian at a seminary (in PA). 4w
ImperfectCJ Are you UU? (If that's something you'd rather not say on Litsy, no worries. I just know of a seminary in Berkeley...I considered ministry myself for a few years.) 4w
Caterina @ImperfectCJ I'm ELCA Lutheran, and my seminary is part of the Graduate Theological Union, which includes the UU seminary! Hopefully I'll get to take a class there soon. 😊 4w
ImperfectCJ @Caterina Gotcha! I was looking into UU ministry (military chaplaincy) so I know about Starr King, although I was looking at attending a Congregational seminary. Good luck with your studies! The classes are so interesting...a LOT of reading! 4w
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Caterina
Refugee | Alan Gratz
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Peaceful Saturday morning for an #audiorun. 😊🏃‍♀️💕 Felt really good to be running! I did surges, so the middle part of my run was 30 sec very fast/30 sec very slow alternating, which was SO much fun! And some slow warm up and cool down jogs on either side of that. Loving this book and loving this morning! And in a couple hours I'll be heading to the San Francisco International Tea Festival with a dear friend. 😊 #BFCr4 #BFC #RunningonReading

Amiable Ooh, a tea festival! Sounds delightful—and delicious! 1mo
Caterina @Amiable It was AMAZING, we got these free little porcelain tea cups and sampled tons of amazing (loose leaf) teas at booths for about four hours and also went to a workshop on the gongfu tea ceremony. I also spent way too much money on fancy teas. 😂😍 1mo
Amiable @Caterina Is it held in SF every year? I might have to plan a vacation in 2020! 1mo
BarbaraJean The tea festival sounds amazing! Definitely dangerous for the wallet, though... 😏 1mo
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Caterina
Refugee | Alan Gratz
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LOVING this new book, and the audiobook is excellent! 😍 Was able to eat breakfast today, so I decided that I'm recovered enough from the stomach bug to run again. 😂 #audiorun #BFCr4 #BFC #RunningonReading @BarbaraJean @Catlover23 @hermyknee

BarbaraJean I loved this book!! I read it in January because of a #newyearwhodis recommendation. Always the Litsy recommendations! 😊 1mo
Caterina @BarbaraJean Ohh I'm still slowly working my way through @Emilymdxn 's FANTASTIC #newyearwhodis recommendations! Litsy recs are the best. ❤️😍 1mo
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Tristan234
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The book so far is great! It shows three kids all going through some of the most horrific events of history. It's greatly written with lots of twists & turns & a great plot mountain. The book is a bit sad & depressing but it also has a tone of hope
It shows the Cuba downfall, World war 2, and Syrian War. If you like books that have a lot of action and history behind them then you will love this book.

MissYaremcio I love this book! Great review Tristan! 1mo
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NashT
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Genre: Fiction
Date Started: September 17th, 2019
Date Completed: Oct 5th, 2019
How did you choose this book: I choose this book because I have always enjoyed reading books by Alan Gratz and this was just another opportunity to read one.
Summary: The book revolves around three different characters in three different time lines: Josef (1939), Isabel (1994), and Mahmoud (2015). It talks about their struggles during their current time period.

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Econaghan
Refugee | Alan Gratz
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Book 1/6 #bfcr3

I shared this book with my students for first chapter Friday this year, but I hadn‘t read the whole book myself. It was excellent! I‘ll definitely be sharing it again this year.

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staci.reads
Refugee | Alan Gratz
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3 stories, set decades apart, of families fleeing their homes intertwine in this powerful book. Though the 3 families are from different eras and regions, their stories are tragically similar. The author challenges humanity and the current rhetoric about refugees and immigrants by illustrating the desperation humans face when we choose not to embrace those who are suffering. It's an important book for YA readers and future decision makers. #YAL

RaimeyGallant Sounds like a great read. 5mo
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jenniferw88
Refugee | Alan Gratz
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#diversemiddlegrade completed #booked2019 @Cinfhen @4thhouseontheleft @BarbaraTheBibliophage

4 🌟 I enjoyed Isabel's story best. (Probably because of the 🐱!)

Cinfhen I read this and thought it was well done 6mo
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erinjohns
Refugee | Alan Gratz
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Impossible to put this book down. Rivoting stories of family, love, and survival.

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LiterRohde
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“When they stayed where they were supposed to be - in the ruins of Aleppo or behind the fences of a refugee camp - people could forget about them.”👇

#MarchIntoThe70s | 3: #LondonCalling

📷: Made with Typorama

LiterRohde “But when refugees did something they didn't want them to do - when they tried to cross the border into their country, or slept on the front stoops of their shops, or jumped in front of their cars, or prayed on the decks of their ferries - that's when people couldn't ignore them any longer.” 9mo
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everlocalwest
Refugee | Alan Gratz
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If I were a kid this would be a pick all the way, but I read it as an adult. Still, kids are loving and learning from this book! Our shop is hosting Gratz in the fall and I'm so excited to get this book into as many middle schoolers hands as possible. Tells the story of three kids/families having to flee their homes (Nazi Germany, Cuba, and Syria). Wonderful for family discussion and includes nonfictional info about refugees past and present.

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Nessavamusic
Refugee | Alan Gratz
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Great start to the long weekend. #dogsoflitsy

Bklover Nothing better than a lap full of dogs!❤️ 9mo
KristenDuck Lol so cute ! 9mo
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Elma
Refugee | Alan Gratz
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BOGO book sale at Goodwill.
#bookhaul

Crazeedi ❤️goodwill 9mo
booklover984 You can find wonderful gems in thrift type stores for sure! ❤️ 9mo
Elma @booklover984 That's one of my favorite things to do when I visit my parents, because they have more thrift stores near them than I do. 9mo
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BarbaraJean
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Three intertwining stories of refugee children and their families—from Nazi Germany, mid-90s Cuba, and modern-day Syria—all in search of freedom and safety. At first, I felt the writing was rough—each chapter was so short and the transitions felt a bit forced, making the narrative feel choppy for most of the book. But the last third of the book changed my mind, as each story drew to such a moving conclusion. Continued...⤵️
#NewYearWhoDis

BarbaraJean The author includes historical notes and maps at the back, making this an even more rich resource to help kids understand and identify with the stories of refugees. (edited) 10mo
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InnerSavvy
Refugee | Alan Gratz
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Lovers of historical fiction will enjoy this upper middle school, high school Young Adult Book. It alternates between 3 time periods a refugee from Germany during World War II, a refugee from Cuba during the 90s, and a current Refugee from Syria. Gratz does a great job engaging a reader.

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sparingqueen
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#24in48 bookshelfie

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RavenLovelyReads
Refugee | Alan Gratz
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Without giving anything from the plot away- the story mentions Dachau Concentration camp. While reading, the boys yelled out “I‘ve been there!” We didn‘t take a lot of photos there, the boys immediately felt that this wasn‘t a happy place- but here‘s a collage of some of our photos.

TheBookStacker I went to visit Dachau a few years ago, and it was eerie and just sad. I didn‘t end up taking many pictures because it just didn‘t feel right. 10mo
RavenLovelyReads @TheBookStacker I understand- these photos are just about all we took. 10mo
TheBookStacker I think I have the same few photos. I know i have the statue for sure. 10mo
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catielynn
Refugee | Alan Gratz
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Not my usual genre of book but I enjoyed it! That's the great thing about book clubs I guess ? it was pretty sad too because we're so entrenched still in the Aleppo crisis, which is so eerily similar to refugees from all sorts of points in history. Sort of makes you think "when will we learn?"

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RavenLovelyReads
Refugee | Alan Gratz
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We started this one tonight- wow! The boys were begging for another chapter, but it was already bedtime! 🙁

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brooke.mcd05
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this book was really good. i really liked how there was 3 different stories all in one book-all different times-all different country‘s- all different points of view. josef, isabel, mahmoud. germany, havana, syria such an amazing book i love alan gratz‘ books

Cfischbuch Me too! 10mo
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cmwilliamson316
Refugee | Alan Gratz
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Everyone should read!

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EmilyM
Refugee | Alan Gratz
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Such a compelling story of three children who were refugees from different countries and in different time periods. A great middle grade introduction to the idea of the refugee as seen in the Holocaust, Cuba and Syria. Short chapters of alternating stories that share similar themes. Highly recommend ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Nute That book cover photo speaks volumes!💔 5d
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abbylibrarian
Refugee | Alan Gratz
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Went to visit these gorgeous trees in my neighborhood on my walk this morning. Listening to an audiobook, of course! I can see why this middle grade novel is popular - it‘s action-packed and a good introduction to refugee situations from different countries and times. #audiobook #walking #middlegrade

mdhughes72 What are the tree‘s coordinates? 13mo
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AndreaReads
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I am so glad I didn‘t finish reading this book while I had students in my classroom—I had tears streaming down my face the whole last chapter. I LOVE that the author included facts and information about the three refugee groups that are featured in the book—it made me want to go out and learn more about it. If you still have not picked up this book, please go and do it now! It is worth your time!
#DiverseReads #MrsKempersBooks #IReadYA #MustRead

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Chrissyreadit
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Desperately in need of #misterasylum
Fingers crossed.#octoberxfiles

Robothugs Ohh it sounds good 13mo
BooksBikes12 Just added it...Thanks for the reference. 13mo
Cinfhen Nice play on words!! 13mo
LMJenkins My kids liked this one a lot. 13mo
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crhealey
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This book wrecked me. 😢#middlegrade #important

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UnabridgedPod
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We‘re so excited about our newest @unabridgedpod episode, which focuses on three novels featured in the 2018 Global Read Aloud. Tune in to hear our thoughts about Amal Unbound, Refugee, and Love, Hate and Other Filters. #unabridgedhighlights

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Hollie
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Owen is drinking hot chocolate all snuggled up even though it was 80 degrees and humid AF today. He just said, “Wow, Mom, you are really gonna like this book!”

britt_brooke 💚💚💚 1y
sammisho My kind of kid! I'm currently wrapped up in a snuggie...outside...in the midwest. 1y
Hollie @sammisho I always sit with a blanket it in the Midwest, too! 1y
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sammisho @Hollie Everyone else is sweating like crazy and I am chilly! 1y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Awww I love it!! I‘m always covered up too!! 1y
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LibrarianRyan
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5⭐️this book was intense. We listened from beginning to end, strait through with no stops. You didn't want to stop. You just had to know what was going to happen, and if people would survive. This story is made up of three refugee tales. These stories are played out round robin through eight and a half hours of danger, hardship, and heart ache. He uses the mindset and values of the time to help influence the very real actions of his characters.

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LibrarianRyan
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5⭐️this book was intense. We listened from beginning to end, strait through with no stops. You didn't want to stop. You just had to know what was going to happen, and if people would survive. This story is made up of three refugee tales. These stories are played out round robin through eight and a half hours of danger, hardship, and heart ache. He uses the mindset and values of the time to help influence the very real actions of his characters.

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UnabridgedPod
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I can‘t wait to talk to @teachingtheapocalypse and @meaningfulmadness (my @unabridgedpod co-hosts) about this fabulous middle-grade read. We‘re tackling #refugee by #alangratz as part of our #globalreadaloud episode. Who else has read it?

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Cinfhen
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While this is written for MS children, any adult can benefit from reading. A beautiful blending of history and fiction cleverly and naturally weaving three timelines into one story. I especially appreciated Mahmoud‘s narrative as his plight ( a Syrian refugee) is compelling and realistic. Strongly recommended to MS and elementary educators.

Cinfhen Thanks @ElishaLovesBooks if u do come to Israel I‘m happy to return book 😘😘 I think your students would really enjoy/benefit 1y
4thhouseontheleft Great review! I was thrilled when Maya‘s 4th grade teacher chose this as a read aloud book last year. It‘s not a subject that comes up very often in her elementary school, and I thought it was a great way to introduce to the kids what it means to be a refugee. 1y
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ElishaLovesBooks @Cinfhen It makes me so happy that you liked it! I am coming to Israel (I plan to email you dates today) but I already have my own copy, so feel free to pass it on!! 1y
Cinfhen Woohoo @ElishaLovesBooks 🎉🎉🎉 hoping a meetup will take place 🤞🏼🤞🏼 1y
ElishaLovesBooks @Cinfhen Me too!!! I can‘t wait!!! 1y
Cinfhen Super impressed with your school district curriculum @4thhouseontheleft I agree, this book is powerful and a believable voice for today‘s refugees. What a great way to teach history to younger children 🙌🏻 1y
TheBookHippie Oh I loved this book!!!! 1y
Cinfhen @JenP I‘d like to continue my #backpackEurope trip and move unto #Prague !?? 1y
Ashley31 I taught this at my school last year and the kids were really invested in the story. Great book. 1y
Cinfhen That‘s awesome @Ashley31 How old were your students? I‘m sure it led to some great discussion 1y
Ashley31 I taught it to my low level readers in 10th grade. I debated with myself since it is actually a middle school book but I felt that the multiple plot lines and themes were appropriate for them. Most of the students really loved the book. 1y
Cinfhen I bet your students found the book engaging @Ashley31 well done 🤗 1y
4thhouseontheleft @ElishaLovesBooks @Cinfhen We are also planning a trip to Israel! But not until the summer before my daughter turns 13, in 2 years. 1y
Cinfhen Well hopefully we can arrange a meetup then @4thhouseontheleft 😁 1y
ElishaLovesBooks @4thhouseontheleft That sounds awesome! My husband took my 3 older daughters each when they turned 12 for their Bat Mitzvahs! (I couldn‘t go because teaching 🙄).They made so many memories and loved it!! 1y
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Just for you @LauraBeth 💕💕a #Bitsy sighting 😄

LauraBeth Awwww ❤️❤️ 1y
LeahBergen 😂 1y
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Cinfhen
Refugee | Alan Gratz
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#HeatOfJuly #BackpackEurope The past few days have been stressful so today NO #rushrush just grabbing my book and a beer (ok, a wine cooler) and going to enjoy the quiet & solitude. I have ZERO weekend plans and I‘m #CoolWithThat 🍻cheers to good health , rest and relaxation 🥂

TrishB Enjoy 💕 1y
Reggie Strawberry Daquiri or Margarita wine cooler? 1y
Kalalalatja Sounds great, enjoy! 1y
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Pamwurtzler Sounds great! 1y
JennyM Enjoy Cindy. You deserve a restful weekend xxx 1y
Cinfhen Thanks @JennyM @Pamwurtzler @Kalalalatja It was a pineapple, lime & rum fruit breezer @Reggie 🍍🍈🍍🍈 1y
Centique That sounds perfect. Rest and recover! 💕💕 1y
DivineDiana You need some time to just rest and recover from everything! 💗📚🍷😴💗 1y
JenP 🍻 1y
HOTPock3tt 🙌🏽🎉🍾 1y
Cinfhen Thanks 😘 @HOTPock3tt @JenP @DivineDiana @Centique just counting my blessings 💕🙏🏻 1y
emilyhaldi Ahhhhh a weekend with no plans is much needed for you after all that travel. Enjoy!! 💞 1y
Reviewsbylola Perfect weekend! Enjoy. 1y
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Cinfhen
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I‘ve only heard good things about this YA/MS novel ~ picking it up for #backpackEurope #Germany Au revoir, France 🇫🇷 @JenP

TrishB Sounds interesting! 1y
CoffeeAndABook Hey - welcome to Germany 😁😁😁 1y
Cinfhen Thanks @CoffeeAndABook you free for a coffee🤪😘😘 1y
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CoffeeAndABook If you came to Germany I‘d drop EVERYTHING to have a coffee or even twenty with you 😘 we might have to switch to decaf at some point though 😂😜 1y
LibrarianRyan Sosososos. Goooooddd 1y
ElishaLovesBooks Awesome! Glad I could help with your #backpackeurope trip 😊😉 I hope it‘s good! I haven‘t read it yet! 1y
4thhouseontheleft This one is SOOO good! My daughter‘s 4th grade teacher chose this to read aloud to the class, and we ended up buying it because Maya was so into the story and wanted to finish it ahead of the class pace. I read it as well, and was really impressed! 1y
KGlibrarian Loved that book so much! 1y
Cinfhen Hahaha @CoffeeAndABook maybe we should just start with wine❣️❣️❣️ 1y
Cinfhen Oh wow!! That‘s a lot of endorsement @LibrarianRyan @KGlibrarian @4thhouseontheleft 💕I feel bad u never got to read it @ElishaLovesBooks maybe I can regift it to you after I‘m done😘😘 (edited) 1y
CoffeeAndABook 🍷🍷Now we‘re tawkin 😜 1y
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bibli0phagist
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 This book really captivated me. When I learned the book had three different story lines I was worried they would be difficult to keep track of, but they weren‘t. While I loved each story of survival I ultimately loved how all three stories are tied together, despite the differences in location and time.

tammysue Sounds like a great read! Stacking 😊 1y
bibli0phagist @whatshesreadingnow yay! The synopsis doesn‘t even do the book justice. 😍 1y
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bibli0phagist
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3 books due back at the library in 3 days. #challengeaccepted

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LibrarianRyan
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OMG. I have to take a break after this book. Sooo good. I listened strait through. I might need a towel. This is a tissue book for sure! But so worth it.

#24in48

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LibrarianRyan
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This book is amazing. I can't believe how long I've been listening. Josh even came to join me instead of sleeping.

I have a feeling I'm listening to this until it's over. #24in48

Ingerella Ooh, this sounds good. It's on Hoopla so I just downloaded it to check it out! 1y
LibrarianRyan @Ingerella that's how I'm listening to it too. 👍🏻😁 1y
mrp27 I've been waiting for a long time for my library hold of this book to come in. 1y
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LibrarianRyan @mrp27 it's worth the wait. So far. 1y
mrp27 Good to know, I'll continue to wait patiently! 1y
Itchyfeetreader This looks excellent. Stacked 1y
ChasingOm I loved this on audio! 1y
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LibrarianRyan
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Starting this one. Maybe better luck? #24in48

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