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July Monthly News


BOOKS:
1. The Little Giant of Aberdeen County - Tiffany Baker (recommend)
2. Turnaround Summer - Paul Hansen
3. Alice in Wonderland and Philosophy - William Irwin
4. DK Biography: Princess Diana
5. To Kill A Mockingbird - Harper Lee (recommend)
6. Web of Secrets - Ernesto Patino
7. Body Parts - Janet Cameron Hoult (poetry)
8. The Secret Keeper - Paul Harris (recommend)
9. Staring Into The Sun - Joshua Fields (poetry)
10. Audubon Practical Naturalist
11. Do No Evil: An Artemis Agency Novel - Kymberly Goltermann & Ashley L. Goltermann (recommend)
12. My Little Red Book - Rachel Kauder Nalebuff
13. Bug Zoo - Nick Baker (children)
14. Once Wicked Always Dead - T. Marie Benchley (recommend)
15. The Power of the Middle Ground - Marty Babits LCSW, BCD
16. A Summer Secret - Kathleen Fuller (recommend)
17. The Vatican - Father Michael Collins
18. The Little Brainwaves Investigates... Human Body (children)
19. The Dark Divine - Bree Despain (HIGHLY recommend)
20. Tattoos On The Heart - Gregory Boyle
21. Three Quarters Dead - Richard Peck (young adult)
22. It's Not Summer Without You - Jenny Han (young adult)
23. Journey Into Tomorrow - Veronica Camille Tinto (poetry)
24. The Little Brainwaves Investigates Animals (children)
25. Moment of Glory - John Feinstein (audiobook)
26. The Forty Rules of Love - Elif Shafak
27. DK Eyewitness: North American Indian
28. The One-Week Job Project - Sean Aiken (recommend)
29. The Language of Secrets - Dianne Dixon (recommend)

YEARLY TOTAL: 173 Books, 1 Product, 1 CD & 3 DVD


FAVORITE BOOK OF JULY:




CHALLENGES COMPLETED:
Summer Reading Challenge

Comments

  1. wow..29? that is absolutely great!wow..

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  2. That is an amazing number of books. I don't even try the reading challenges, I could never keep up.

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  3. The Little Giant... and The Secret Keeper are on my tbr :)

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  4. hmmm, the dark divine, eh. i'll have to check it out. i've always liked the swirly feel of the cover.

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  5. Wow! Great job getting that much reading done!

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  6. Wow, you read so many books this month! That's amazing!

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  7. Wow! Look at that long list of books!

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