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The Women
by Kristin Hannah

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Heart enlightening! So many supported our men at home with hearts full of love and gratitude ??

Someone Else's Shoes
by Jojo Moyes

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This story has many twists and turns, causing one to reflect on how we see ourselves based on our clothing and shoes, and what it may be like to truly walk in someone else's shoes.

Someone Else's Shoes
by Jojo Moyes

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Fun, growing strength of women and friendship

Answered Prayers
by Truman Capote

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Because it’s unfinished it’s really just a few segments. Very witty and devastating society commentary.

The Violin Conspiracy
by Brendan Slocumb

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Amazing story about a violin and an excellent mystery with a very surprising outcome. A sad commentary about racism and the ruthlessness of the world of classical music.

Troublemaker
by John Cho

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As I walked into the library, this book caught my eye. Since this one was listed for middle schoolers, I originally picked this book up for my younger son. I thought he might be interested in reading this book since he is half-Korean but I was wrong. After seeing this book sitting on his desk for days, I read it while we were heading to RI. It was funny and easy to read. At the same time, they talked about one of the most shocking events I remember when I was in South Korea - Rodey King. It made me look at that incident with a different perspective than when I only heard about it through the news in South Korea. When we don't revisit history and learn from it, we are making the same mistake and can't move forward. I believe this book was really needed for me to think about the time when I didn't think about those who suffered through the riot. How are we doing now? Are we doing better as one nation? Are we treating people equally and fairly? Are we still treating people by their race or the color of their skin? I highly recommend adding this to their summer reading!

My Hero
by Debbie Macomber

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Didn’t quite like the beginning but once I got into the book flowed better.

Maximum Ride
by James Patterson

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This book was very good but I believe it could have been better. Some scenes felt skipped over a little but overall the plot development and action scenes were good and seemed well thought out.

Stories From Suffragette City
by M. J. Rose

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A collection of short stories, all occurring in the same day - the Womens' Suffrage March in NYC. Interesting to see how the characters intertwine, and recall the struggles to be treated as equals.

Killers Of The Flower Moon
by David Grann

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extremely interesting in learning about the treatment of American Native Indians