Reader's Corner

Have you read a fabulous book recently? Would you like to share your find with your classmates? Please send a note to the webmaster with the title, author, category (fiction, non-fiction, hobby, business, etc. etc. etc.) and a short recommendation (if you like). We'll post them to the class website. All topics, genres, etc. welcome.

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Book NameAuthorRecommended By
A source of great books - many about women or by women and reviewed largely by women. It's a bookseller-by-post called Bas Bleu [Fr: for Blue Stocking - aka a literary woman].; 800-433-1155Elizabeth Eiss
Out Stealing HorsesPer PettersonSusan Pardo Hardy
The Book Thief
about a young girl growing up in Nazi Germany, also won award for Young Adult literature
Markus ZusakLiz Lewis Gershon
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
Set just after the end of WWII in London and Guernsey (yes, where the cows come home), this book is a love story to writing, reading, and friendship. (fiction / history)
Mary Ann Shaffer & Annie BarrowsBetsy (Coward) Miller
How do you work this life thing anyway
Ok, unabashed promotion of my niece, but this really fun book even covers the etiquette of your roommate's after-hours romantic guests. Wish we'd had it back in the day! (etiquette for the college / post college set)
Lizzie PostBetsy (Coward) Miller

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