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kspenmoll
To Kill a Mockingbird: A Graphic Novel | Harper Lee, Fred Fordham
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#weeklyforcast #bookreport
📚 November Road on ch. 19 #botmbuddyread
📚Garden of Lamentations 4hrs left #audiobook
📚Lilli de Jong finished parts1-3 #LilliRead
📚The Scholar p.115 #MyIdealBookClub
📚TKAM graphic novel - up to what is comparable in book‘s ch7 This graphic novel has gorgeous illustrations and remains true to plot and necessary quotes. Perfect for struggling readers. #teachersoflitsy
📚StellaFortuna- finished #bookclubpick

Cinfhen Nice mix of genres and reading platforms👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 4d
SilversReviews Loved STELLA FORTUNA!! 4d
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JenFowler
Slumdog Millionaire | Vikas Swarup
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I think I saw part of this movie years ago. The book was an excellent read. I can see why so many people like it!
#bookclubpick

Sharpeipup Love this book! Such a great read! 1w
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kspenmoll
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#sundaymorningcoffee #coffeeandbooks #lifeisabook #bookclubpick

Immersed in the life of Stella, who was born in Ieovoli, a dirt poor mountain village in Calabria, Italy. The time is pre and post WWI, when many of these desperate & destitute villagers emigrate to the U.S. At some point Stella arrives in CT, where she still resides. Although based on the author‘s grandmother‘s story & well researched, the novel is fiction.

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Jee_HookedOnBookz Tq! 💕 1w
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kspenmoll
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#olivegroves #bookclubpick
How Stella felt when she worked harvesting olives in a neighbor‘s olive grove. She loved being outdoors.

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kspenmoll
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#sundaymorning #coffeeandbooks #bookclubpick #StellaFortuna

Starting my November bookclub pick. Went to hear this author with @CareBear and her talk sold me.

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DaniRey
The Black Witch | Laurie Forest
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I saw the controversy on this on after finishing the book. I commented to myself, while reading, that there were a lot of racial overtones through. I don‘t, however, find that this book is racist though. Merely, it highlights the racial injustice in the world and shows a girl who was brought up learning flawed logic, but is learning how wrong it all is. #bookclubpick

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Lcsmcat
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This was so good I stayed up way too late last night to finish it. (I read it so fast I had to reuse the picture. 😀) Ng does not disappoint. #bookClubPick

JenniferP Oh good! This is a book club pick for me in September. I‘ll be reading it soon. 3mo
Lcsmcat @JenniferP I hope you enjoy it, too. 3mo
Pruzy I like the cover on this edition! 3mo
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revellbooks
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Cohen Marah clears his throat quietly, more out of discomfort than the presence of any particular thing that needs clearing, and attempts to step over the body for a second time. His heel no more than lightens its weight on the earth before he puts his foot back down and sighs.

#firstline #shawnsmucker #lightfromdistantstars #bookclub #bookclubpick #scifi #magicalrealism

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Pogue
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#bookclubpick I liked this much better than I thought I would and I cannot wait for the book club discussion on this book. It still leaves me with an unanswered question but that might be the point.

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Bookgirl
Daisy Jones & The Six | Taylor Jenkins Reid
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The 1970s. Sex, drugs (a LOT of drugs), and rock n roll. Yet, this book also has a heart, a sweet story about love, and some fantastic one liners with hard truths about life. It‘s written in a fun interview format which was mostly dynamic, although at times annoying in its brevity of snippets. Definitely an enjoyable and fast paced read, different than my usual mysteries/suspense/fantasy. Recommend! #bookclubpick #allthisrainisgreatformygarden