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September 2017


Susan: Finally watched The Shack, interesting nuances of a relationship with the 3 parts of God. I liked it. Last American Man by Elizabeth Gilbert biography of Eustace Conway, unique individual who shaped his life on his terms.

Mary: The Cafe by the Sea by Jenny Colgan; Beach House for Rent by Mary Alice Monroe

Megan: Goodnight Numbers by Danica McKellar With school starting, I thought this would be a great pick. This book teaches your kids about numbers and counting. It makes them look at things differently. Definitely helps with success in math.

Karen: Mr Rochester by Sarah Shoemaker, Retelling of the novel, Jane Eyre through the voice of Edward Rochester. DVD: Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2. Just as great as the 1st one!


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