“A Long Way Home” by Saroo Brierley

This is the fascinating true story of Saroo Brierley, Indian-born Australian, who got lost at the age of 5 years old and found his way back home at the age of 30.  The whole story is captivating: the description of his birth family’s extreme poverty, how he got lost, his survival instincts in the streets […]

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22 Jump Street

In this funny comedy 22 Jump Street, officers Schmidt and Jenko finds themselves going deep undercover at the local college. But when Jenko joins the football team and Schmidt falls into the bohemian art scene on campus, they begin to question their partnership. Now they don’t have to just crack the case but they have […]

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Nothing Daunted by Dorothy Wickenden

Nothing Daunted by Dorothy Wickenden is a tale of two Smith College educated women who leave behind the comforts of their 1916 lives to go teach in a one room schoolhouse on the frontier.  The material for the book was culled from the extensive correspondence both women had with their friends and families back East.  I […]

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Choose Your Own Autobiography

   Actor, thespian, magician, child doctor, and host extraordinaire, Neil Patrick Harris has written a truly original, hilarious, and fun autobiography. As the title suggests, his book is set up exactly like the Choose Your Own Adventure books you (probably) read as a kid. Want to skip over the Doogie Howser days and go straight […]

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Madame Picasso – Anne Girard

Picasso was known for his love of women and certainly for his art.  Anne Girard chose to portray two of Picasso’s lovers: Fernande Olivier and Eva Gouel.  The story starts in Paris in 1911.  Picasso is a leader of the new cubist movement and he is just starting to be recognized as an influential artist.  […]

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