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YA FIC: Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

September: Young Adult Fiction Pick A historic fiction novel by Louisa May Alcott brings you into a family of the March girls and the trials they face growing up.  For fans of Little House on the Prairie and Anne of

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J FIC: The Someday Birds by Sally J. Pla

September: Juvenile Fiction Pick Moving story about overcoming the odds, family bonds and having hope. – Robin   The Someday Birds is a debut middle grade novel perfect for fans of Counting by 7s and Fish in a Tree, filled

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PIC FIC: Sarabella’s Thinking Cap by Judy Schachner

September: Young Reader Pick The story of a girl with her head in the clouds struggling to share her thoughts. — Robin From the bestselling creator of Skippyjon Jones, a heartwarming story about the importance of imagination and creativity. Sarabella

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NonFic: The Amazing Story of the Man who Cycled From India to Europe for Love by Per J. Andersson; Translated from Swedish by Anna Holmwood.

August: NonFiction This is the story of a boy born to a man and woman in Orissa, India.  His father was from a scheduled caste, or outcaste.  The mother was from a tribe, one of the original peoples of India.

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NonFic: Roosevelt and Stalin: Portrait of a Partnership by Susan Butler

August: NonFiction A hugely important book that solely and fully explores for the first time the complex partnership during World War II between FDR and Stalin. Author visit to library on August 16th. – Ellly From the editor of My

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