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January Reads! + Happy Valentines Day!

Happy Valentines Day!

I know this is late, but I decided to stick with it, and post the books I read in January. Yeah, It’s the middle of February, I know, but here is the post anyways.

I’m doing it a little differently. This time I am just putting the title and how may stars I rate it.

#1 Fiddler on The Roof by Joseph Stein

5 Stars!

#2 Dear America: The Winter of Red Snow by Kristina Gregory

4 stars!

#3 Christy by Catherine Marshall

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4

#4 My Name is America: The Journal of Ben Uchida by Barry Denenburg

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4 stars

#5 The Hope Jar by Wanda E Brunstetter

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4 again!

#6 Keeper of the Lost Cities by Shannon Messenger

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5 Stars!!!

#7 Cherry Ames: Student Nurse by Helen Wells

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5 stars

#8 Twelve by Lauren Myracle

3 stars

#9 Thirteen by Lauren Myracle

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3 again

#10 The Summer of Eleanor Maglina by Hadassah Schaap

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5 brilliant Stars

#11 King Lear by William Shakespeare

not rated, read for school

Well folks, that’s all for today! I hope you have an awesome valentines day!

If you want to know more about any of the books, just ask me in the comments! I’d love to hear your thoughts on these!

TTFN, ta ta for now! (tell me if you get that quote!)

16 thoughts on “January Reads! + Happy Valentines Day!

  1. Yep! I get the quote! Unless Tigger copied someone else, this older sister of nine gets it and uses it! πŸ˜† Gotta love it! πŸ˜‰ I’ve read quite a few of those. I really liked Christy and the Dear America series as well. The Hope Jar was also a good one! Happy Valentine’s Day!
    Grace

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  2. Oh, interesting. I’ve never heard of these books but I looked up Christy, And it seems like a book I would enjoy. I really like stories that take place between 1800 and 1910. (I’m a little bit obsessed with that time.)

    Also, it might just be normal, but I admire your ability to read 11 books in one mount. I can only read about one book in a three. πŸ˜‚

    -Liberty

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