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most infamous criminals, Moose immediately looks for ways to fit in. But as
soon as he meets Piper, the prison warden’s daughter, he’s quickly lured into a
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Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
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outside reading last year…but you just didn’t get around to it. Well, now’s the
time! It may have been originally written in 1885, but it’s a totally timeless
must-read. A great adventure story never goes out of style, and this one’s
filled with that—plus friendship and love. As teen boy Huck and his unexpected friend
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All the Lovely Bad Ones by Mary
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Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery
a classical read, dust off your mom’s copy of Anne of Green Gables and give it a try. It’s more than just your
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legend. Not convinced yet? Well, what if we told you it’s sold a whopping 50
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The Help by Kathryn Stockett
Please, don’t let those 464 pages intimidate you. Go inside the lives of
African American housemaids in the early ’60s, and the lives of those who
mistreat them. This one may seem like a book you’ll never finish, but the
irresistible combo of love, friends, fashion, history and heartbreak will make
you never want to put The Help down.
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K.
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didn’t catch the first time around. We suggest going back (all the way back) to
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