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August 2018


Amee: I just finished Dorothy Must Die, a young adult fiction book by Danielle Paige. In the book, we meet Amy who has been transported to Oz via a tornado. The Oz in this story is very different from the iconic movie version of the Wizard of Oz. The cast of characters remain, Dorothy, Tin Man, Scarecrow, Lion, and of course Flying Monkeys but Amy must decide which side to support and who to trust. This is the first in series. If you enjoy alternate versions of stories or fractured tales, you may enjoy this book.

Karen: Harry Potter Series I had forgotten how great these are, if you didn’t read them the first time around visit this modern classic.

Mary: All We Ever Wanted by Emily Giffin. The Perfect Couple by Elin Hilderbrand.

Megan: Kit and Kaboodle by Rosemary Wells. If you love Max and Ruby you will love Kit and Kaboodle!

Rachel: Celtic Mythology: Tales of Gods, Goddesses and Heroes by Philip Freeman. In the Land of Fairies by Daniela Drescher.

Susan: It’s been awhile since I found an author that makes me laugh as much as Katie MacAlister: Noble Intention (Regency) and Men In Kilts (contemporary Scotland.) Sweet (Cookbook) by Yotam Ottolenghi. Finding Your Feet DVD.

Heather: Valerie Bertinelli’s Losing It was an awesome book about her ups and downs of weight loss & marriage to Eddie VanHalen!


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