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Howl and Other Poems
by Allen Ginsberg

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I'm not going to lie about this book, it was not the type for me PERIOD. It's one of those books you wish you haven't read. It uses language and showcased some racism. Which I do not like to tolerate.

The Bane Chronicles
by Cassandra Clare

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The Bane Chronicles consists of a series of novellas about a character from The Mortal Instruments, which is one of my favorite series. I was expecting a lot from this book because of the content that Clare has consistently brought in her previous books. To my surprise, it definitely disappointed me a little. Although some of the novellas intrigued me, many others failed to keep my interest. The idea of creating a book about a mysterious character from the series was a great idea, but I felt like the majority of the stories provided left me unsatisfied or uninterested. Despite my mild dislike for this book, I continue to love Clare's series as a whole.

Doc mcStuffins starry, starry night
by Bill scollon

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This book was about Doc, her brother Donny and her neighbor watching a meteor shower in the sky. Her telescope, Aurora has blurry vision so Doc fixes her by replacing her eyepiece. Now everything is clear and they can see the meteor shower clearly.

Recipe for Romance
by Olivia Miles

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Emily works in Sweeties Pie Bakery. After 12 years ,her old love Scott Collins came back into town to help his parents. A family secret drove him away and it still effects his relationship with them. He needs to come clean with Emily to restart his romance .

Standoff: Poems
by David Rivard

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I liked seeing all these new poems in this one book, they can help me boost my creativity skills and make me think from different perspectives.

Brave New World
by Aldous Huxley

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In Brave New World, an interesting societal difference from our own world is introduced, where offspring are grown in a lab. The original zygote goes through a method called Bokanovsky’s Process, which causes it to bud up to a maximum of ninety-five times to create genetically indifferent organisms. The Director calls this process “one of the major instruments of social stability,” which is likely the same thought that the people in this dystopian setting share. I wanted to dive deeper into this idea, so i looked at how Bokanovsky’s Process supports the social framework of the world, and for that, I started with the motto of the humans, “Community, Identity, Stability.” For each principle, I’ve found evidence for how humans turning into oviparous animals maintains the social structure present in this novel. Community is formed when people share similarities with each other, so they consider themselves mutually related. Bokanovsky’s Process absolutely boosts the notion of community, as the people who are the clones of a single zygote will befriend each other and create their communities. The humans of a single class (Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta, Epsilon) will also feel that they are closely related because each class gets different physical alterations while still on the conveyor belt. The government can proudly say that its community is one of the best in the world because of the people that make up the community, who are all essentially the same in most ways.

The Burning Maze Trials Of Apollo, The Book Three
by Rick Riordan

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Sad, unfortunate, and heartbreaking as Apollo, mortal form Lester, continues his quest along with former characters from the Heroes of Olympus series.

Pete The Cat Rocking In My School Shoes
by Eric Litwin

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This book was about all the differ t things Pete the cat did when her was wearing his red high top sneakers, that he called his “school shoes.” It starts with him going on the bus to school and tells about his school day. It ends with him getting off the bus and his mom waiting for him and he says, “I was rocking in my school shoes.”

Batman meet the superheroes
by Michael Teitelbaum

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Batman gets help from Wonder Woman and Superman to fight the evil dragon in Gotham city.

Put A Ring On It
by Beth Kendrick

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Brighton Smith is a very proper person. She's engaged to Colin. Suddenly her fiance marries someone else on a whim sending her to see her girlfriend Kira in Black Dog Bay, Delaware. When she gets there she meets Jack Sorenson. They drink,fly to Vegas and get married When they get back to Delaware they try to dismiss what they did as "the screw up summer" but realize they have feelings for each other.


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