A NovelBook - 2004
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Summer reading has just launched at the library -- school is out, and our readers finally have a chance to pick up a book that hasn't been assigned to them, and simply enjoy the stories that unfold. Every year, our staff try to point our summer readers to titles that will stay with them long after the summer has passed, often drawing from our own reading histories to guide them toward authors… (more)
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"Watching him go. What a weird feeling that was. I decided I didn't like it. Not at all" (Dessen 203).
"I saw her in the produce section late last Saturday. It hadn't been but seven days since she went away. Once she'd loved my filet mignon, my carnivore inklings, but now she was a vegan princess, living off of beans. She'd given up the cheese and bacon, sworn off Burger King, and when I wouldn't do the same she gave me back my ring. I stood there my the romaine lettuce, feeling my heart pine, wishing that this meatless beauty still would be all mine. She turned around to go to checkout, fifteen items or less. And I knew this was the last go-round, so this is what I said.
Don't you ever give me no rotten tomato, 'cause all I ever wanted was your sweet potato. Mashed, whipped, creamed, smothered, chunked, and diced, anyway you fix it baby sure tastes nice."
-The Potato Song
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