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November 2020

Amee: The Midnight Library by Matt Haig. On the day Nora Seed decides to die, she visits the Midnight Library. Nora has the opportunity to try out multiple lives and possibly choose one without any regrets. Have you ever wished for a chance to choose a different path, a path you may have regretted not taking? Nora has many regrets but which life does she want.


Mary: Wild Symphony by Dan Brown (picture book). Travel with Maestro Mouse and his musical friends. Beautiful artwork, poems and a life lesson to go with each animal. Find the hiding buzzing bee and letters that spell out clues to the instruments that each animal plays. Don’t forget to download the free app with original music that goes with each page (it’s the best part).

Megan: Cozy by Jan Brett. If you love The Hat and The Mitten you will love her new book! Cozy the musk ox gets separated from his family in a terrible snowstorm. During the terrible storm he lets many animals wait out the storm under his thick fur. Will all the animals get along? Will Cozy the musk ox find his family? Read and find out!

Kasey: The Sentinel by Lee Child. A classic Jack Reacher novel full of suspense!


Katie: The Winemakers Wife by Kristin Harmel. A story of love, danger, and betrayal. Two women in France in the darkest days of World War II and another in present-day

America on a quest to discover the secrets that connect them all. This book will keep you guessing until the end!

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