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Turnabout
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Margaret Peterson Haddix
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Kinda a neat scientific fountain of youth idea.
Follows two really old ladies that go through this process making them 'grow' younger. The only thing is, when will they stop?
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A Farewell to Charms
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Lindsey Leavitt
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I have read the first book in the series and loved it but could never find the 2nd (this one) until my last visit. It was a VERY good book. It teaches the readers when to speak their mind, and maybe when to not, be brave, and everything will turn out okay in the end. Rating out of 10: 11
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The Lathe of Heaven
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Ursula K. Le Guin
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George Orr is afraid of dreaming, because he believes that his dreams can affect the real world. He is sent to Dr. Haber, who studies dreams. Haber uses hypnosis on Orr to control these dreams. But as the world is experiencing extreme overpopulation, famine, and war, Orr thinks Dr. Haber is using his dreams, even if for the better, or for Haber himself.
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Perfect
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Natasha Friend
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Really good!!! It is about a girl struggling with an eating disorder, the death of her father, her mother who shuts away her feelings and everything that reminds her of her late husband, her little sister and of course school popularity. By the end of the book I felt better about my insecurities.