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First Book #emptyshelfchallenge: A Million Miles in a Thousand Years by Donald Miller. It looks lonely up there. I best finish Waking the Dead so it will have some company!

First Book #emptyshelfchallenge: A Million Miles in a Thousand Years by Donald Miller. It looks lonely up there. I best finish Waking the Dead so it will have some company!

The Tea Rose by Jennifer Donnelly. Historical fiction. The first in a trilogy. One of the BEST books I've ever read!

The Tea Rose by Jennifer Donnelly. Historical fiction. The first in a trilogy. One of the BEST books I've ever read!

10 Book Series to Read Aloud with Your Kids - I knew most of these, but there a few that I haven't read on here.

10 Book Series to Read Aloud with Your Kids

10 Book Series to Read Aloud with Your Kids - I knew most of these, but there a few that I haven't read on here.

10 amazing historical novels that will take you to another place and time. I love finding new ideas for what books to read next! Great historical fiction.

10 amazing novels that will take you to a different time

10 amazing historical novels that will take you to another place and time. I love finding new ideas for what books to read next! Great historical fiction.

1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die | http://www.listology.com/ukaunz/list/1001-books-you-must-read-you-die

1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die

1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die | http://www.listology.com/ukaunz/list/1001-books-you-must-read-you-die

15 Teen Feminist Books Everyone Should Read By Elisabeth Donnelly on May 15, 2014  Just One Day by Gayle Foreman It sounds like Before Sunrise for teens: a guy and girl meet and have a fabulous 24 hours in Paris, but where this book gets interesting and feminist is in Foreman’s portrayal of the aftermath of romance, like an answer to YA characters (cough, Bella Swan) who are just nothing without a man.

15 Teen Feminist Books Everyone Should Read

15 Teen Feminist Books Everyone Should Read By Elisabeth Donnelly on May 15, 2014 Just One Day by Gayle Foreman It sounds like Before Sunrise for teens: a guy and girl meet and have a fabulous 24 hours in Paris, but where this book gets interesting and feminist is in Foreman’s portrayal of the aftermath of romance, like an answer to YA characters (cough, Bella Swan) who are just nothing without a man.

Book 4: Maggie's Breakfast by Gabriel Walsh Unfortunately, my expectations were higher than the unfolding story. Walsh shares his journey and paints incredible word pictures, but it is slow-moving. I did not meet Maggie until page 120 of the 176-page memoir.

Book 4: Maggie's Breakfast by Gabriel Walsh Unfortunately, my expectations were higher than the unfolding story. Walsh shares his journey and paints incredible word pictures, but it is slow-moving. I did not meet Maggie until page 120 of the 176-page memoir.

A Light in the Attic

A Light in the Attic

Available in: CD. Shel Silverstein's poems exist within the same timeless canon of children's classics as Where the Wild Things Are, James and

5/5 Stars- So. Freaking. GOOD. Review soon:)

2 Mysteries That Will Keep You Up At Night

Here's a great little list of excellent books for reading with your wee ones. They're all classics. Notably absent is Roald Dahl though - for this age group he is THE BOMB.

Here's a great little list of excellent books for reading with your wee ones. They're all classics. Notably absent is Roald Dahl though - for this age group he is THE BOMB.

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