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40:120 The Borrowers by Mary Norton
A classic tale of the little people who live in your walls or under your floors and are the reason things are not where you put them.  Sweetly told by an older lady to a young girl in the house she lived in as a story she heard from her brother about what h...
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38:120 The First Four Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder
My review from 2012: The last book by Laura in the Little House series, the manuscript of which was found in her possessions after she passed by her daughter Rose and was not printed until Rose's passing.  Similar in style but you can see the detail goes do...
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36:120 Wings of Fire: Escaping Peril by Tui T. Sutherland
The 8th book in the Wings of Fire series.  Now that Queen Scarlet has revealed herself to still be alive and out for vengeance, Peril has decided that she is the only one who can stop her and protect Clay.  Turtle, a Seawing prince, decides that since his f...
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34:120 Elfquest: The Searcher and the Sword by Wendy & Richard Pini
The story of Shuana after escaping with the elves when the regained the shards of the Palace and her trying to integrate more into human life after several years with the Wolfriders.  It also follows Treestump as he finds an abandoned troll lair with the fo...
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32:120 Fire Touched by Patricia Briggs
Mercy Thompson book 9.  Adam and the Pack are called in to help with a troll attacking a bridge in the Tri-Cities area but after defeating the troll, they are introduced to the reason for the troll's attack, a human-child who has been in fairy for longer th...
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30:120 Midnight Riot by Ben Aaronovitch
The first in the Peter Grant (aka Rivers of London) series.  Peter dreams of being a detective in London but when his training period is up it's looking more likely that he'll be in a desk job doing data entry rather than being out in the field.  That's the...
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39:120 Beowulf: An Illustrated Edition by Seamus Heaney
One of the oldest epics known to man, this verse translation by Seamus Heaney is widely considering one of the best.  The story itself is a basic epic with our hero Beowulf coming to help the Danes by putting himself up to try and defeat Grendel, a monster ...
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37:120 Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire
Sometimes, for special children, doors open into new and fantastical lands.  Unfortunately, for a variety of reasons, many of these children are thrown back months or even years later and left wanting to go back.  Eleanor West was once one of those children...
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35:120 Barack Obama: United States President by Roberta Edwards
A brief history of Barack Obama from his parents meeting to his inauguration as President.  It's fairly simple and not one of the better president histories that we've read recently as it was just too simple and really rah-rah.  I voted for him twice so I'm...
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33:120 Grave Visions by Kalayna Price
The 4th book in the Alex Craft novels.  Now that Alex is out as a fae, she is trying to figure out all the rules that she didn't grow up with and how to deal with the big one of not knowing (and not currently wanting) to swear allegiance to any fae court.  ...
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31:120 The Familiars by Adam Jay Epstein & Andrew Jacobson
The first in The Familiars series following the adventures of Aldwyn the cat, Skylar the bird, and Gilbert the frog who are the familiars of three student wizards.  Aldwyn has just been taken in as Jack's familiar when the three young wizards are kidnapped ...
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29:120 To Kill a Mockingbirg by Harper Lee
From my first time reading it: "The Timeless Classic of Growing Up and the Human Dignity That Unites Us All" is what it states on the cover of my addition and truly that is a great summarization.   Jem and Scout are growing up in a sleepy Southern town with...
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Davis Academy for Boys, Principal Administrator and Head Teacher
Save yourself and your possessions and go anywhere else. First, the management is a joke. They do not return phone calls if they are full. That includes current as well as potential new renters. This also includes if your storage locker has been broken into. Then they will lie to your face about having called you. I had to drive there on numerous occasions to actually talk to someone fact to face since my phone calls went unanswered and it took 5 tries at different times of the day during their so-called business hours to actually find someone there and not a "be back later" sign. When I finally made contact, I was informed that they are over 90% certain who is breaking into the lockers and that it is a current renter. Apparently every time he resides in his locker, this happens. Now we sign a rental agreement saying that we won't do this and they use that same rental agreement as a reason why they are not liable for our locker being broken into. However, this person is allowed to stay and have access to everyone's locker so he doesn't even have to circumvent their laughable security features. They haven't bothered with security cameras despite multiple break-ins but yet our rental fees have gone up yet again. What those are paying for, I have no idea. So go anywhere else and protect your belongings. They are not safe here and the people could care less so long as you keep forking over $$$ every month. Thankfully we'll be moving everything out soon but at this point, I don't know how much has been broken and stolen.
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