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The Time Machine by H.G. Wells. One of the shortest books I've read; also very well thought out adventure in the distant future.

The Time Traveler's Wife

The Time Traveler's Wife by Audrey Niffenegger. I thought this was a good love story of a couple in very usual circumstances. Well thought out and well written.

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This would be a great end-of-year activity for my to make their own charts based on similarities among books. Really high level thinking to identify three different features of a book and then choose another book that shares each feature...

Still Alice

Still Alice. Lisa Genova. Informative at the same time as being entertaining. This book will give you a whole new perspective & respect for people living with alzheimer's.

The Water In Between: A Journey at Sea

The Water in Between: A Journey at Sea by Kevin Patterson. A man fed up with his life buys a sailboat & heads off for Hawaii and Tahiti. It could inspire you to cast off the lines and head out for adventures unknown as well.

The Forgotten Garden: A Novel by Kate Morton. Historical Fiction. It was a good read, but a little hard to follow & keep things straight as it jumped between 3 women's stories in 3 different time periods.

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Ashcreek Poncho

Pride and Prejudice from Anthropologie. I've seen both the BBC version & the Keira Knightly version of the movie (I prefer the BBC version, it's a classic). I thought it was about time to read the original story. $20