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April 02, 2010

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Cam (epiBloguer)

My book club read 3 of these this year, and they were all awesome and spurred really great in-depth conversations. Great list.

Sara Snaza

Our book club read "The Shack", "Sarah's Key" & "Loving Frank" this past year. All were very good reads. Thanks for the list...it will help us to decide future reads.

Patricia A. Stewart

Thank you so much for the wonderful program for the Mid Continent Public Library! I enjoyed
so much finding talking with you and finding some good new material for my book club. You did an EXCELLENT job. Thumbs up!

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