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Orphan Train
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by Christina Baker Kline (Goodreads Author)
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To the Power of Three by Laura Lippman
To the Power of Three
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LL is just amazing, so good at building suspense.
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Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline
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The Mockingbird Next Door by Marja Mills
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If you are a fan of TKAM and HL, a must read. I feel like I understand HL much better now and the mystery of why she never published again. I also like her a lot better. Those who criticize the author for HL not giving her blessing to the book are cl ...more
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" It is a very loving portrait of Harper Lee. Reading it confirms what I suspected. "
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" OH, I agree with you MJ. I was addressing original comment by Maria about it being a lie. Sorry--probably commented in the wrong place. I'm with you. ...more"
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Loren Eiseley
“Once, on ancient Earth, there was a human boy walking along a beach. There had just been a storm, and starfish had been scattered along the sands. The boy knew the fish would die, so he began to fling the fish to the sea. But every time he threw a starfish, another would wash ashore. "An old Earth man happened along and saw what the child was doing. He called out, 'Boy, what are you doing?' " 'Saving the starfish!' replied the boy. " 'But your attempts are useless, child! Every time you save one, another one returns, often the same one! You can't save them all, so why bother trying? Why does it matter, anyway?' called the old man. "The boy thought about this for a while, a starfish in his hand; he answered, "Well, it matters to this one." And then he flung the starfish into the welcoming sea.”
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