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Tree books, ebooks and audiobooks finished in 2019
by Malcolm Avenue Review
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17 books

World IA Day Kent (2019): Design for Difference  ›

It is IA's responsibility to consider the consequences and impact design decisions have on humanity and society. Themes include ethical and inclusive design
by Richfield Branch Library
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32 books

2019 EDGAR AWARD NOMINEES  ›

Nominees for 2019 Edgar Awards (except some short stories that were in magazines and TV Episode Teleplay category)
by Erin Mitchell
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48 books

Favorites  ›

A list of my favorite reads that are 4 star and up.
by Freda Mans
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39 books

My books  ›

A showcase of the books I have written and published
by J.A. Knight
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4 books

Rebecca's 2019 Reads  ›

Tracking all the books I read this year!
by Firefly Bookstore
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4 books

Nonfiction from All About the Books with Janet Squires  ›

Fun, enlightening and challenging nonfiction for elementary school students featured on my Blog where you will find the full text of my reviews. Most of these books are compatible with Common Core State Standards.
by Janet Squires
787 views
124 books

Best Biography or Memoir  ›

There are so many biographies and memoirs out there. These are a few of my favorites.
by Lynette
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13 books
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  • Sergi Grinkov and Ekaterina Gordeeva were the dominant pairs figure skaters of the late 1980's. Gordeeva tells their story--their professional trial and triumphs and their personal ones--seemingly holding nothing back. Touching.

  • Katharine Graham has penned the best autobiography that I have ever read. Don't be intimidated by its length. Mrs. Graham is a gifted narrator. A must read for any aspiring writer.

  • John Adams is man so much smarter than I'll ever be that if I had the opportunity to talk to him I wouldn't understand a word. McCullough is a wonderful translator.

  • Gouveneur Morris is another of those founding fathers that I likely wouldn't be able to understand. Brookheiser writes on my level as if telling a story. I love the factual history told as a narrative story approach. It makes the material accessible to a wider audience.

  • Cornelia Fort, Nashville debutante, Army pilot. This southern belle defied her father and learned to fly; was nearly shot down by the Japanese on December 7, 1941; and became one of the first female military pilots.

2019  ›

Books I read in 2019
by Amanda Ceraldi
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7 books

My 2019 Year in Audiobooks  ›

Tracking my year in Audiobooks
by Barbara Ann
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4 books
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