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The Imprisoned Guest-Laura Bridgman-The Original Blind-Deaf Girl

Author: Elizabeth Gitter

Review by: Denise C, (Sturgeon Bay) Door County Library

Everyone thinks Helen Keller was the first blind/deaf person to learn language. Fifty years before Helen, there was Laura Bridgman. Laura and many members of her family got sick with scarlet fever. Her two older siblings died. Laura not only lost her...

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King and Maxwell

Author: David Baldacci

Review by: Audreyperry, Algoma Public Library

Another good David Baldacci book. I could read this authors work over and over again. I have to make myself move onto someone else.

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Author: Jo Baker

Review by: dianevantassel, Appleton Public Library

Pride and Prejudice is told from the servants' point of view, centering on Sarah, a young house maid who longs for adventure and love. When a young man suddenly appears and takes on the job of footman, Sarah is both frustrated and pleased with his presence. Meanwhile, the handsome servant of Mr. Bingley vies...

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Review by: admin, owls

We had our sixth drawing today for the 2014 Year of Listening Dangerously Reading Challenge. Each winner will recieve a $25 gift card. The winners this month are:

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Kimberly-Little Chute Public Library
For the Audiobook Unbroken by Laura Hillebrand

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PacaLipstick Gramma
Appleton Public Library
for the Book...

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Murder in the Mystery Suite

Author: Ellery Adams

Review by: Penny, Shawano City-County Library

Another new series for Ellery Adams--A Book Retreat Mystery.  If you find yourself at Storyton Hall in western VIrginia you myust be a book lover.  A retreat for book lovers, Storyton is more than it looks.  A little worn in places this retreat caters to book lovers. Manager Jane Steward went all out to attract...

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The View from the Lighthouse

Author: Melody Carlson

Review by: Audreyperry, Algoma Public Library

What a nice, feel good, summer read. I got this book from my mother in law and wasn't sure what to expect. But, I'm so happy I read it, really enjoyed this guidepost book.

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Shotgun lovesongs : a novel

Author: Nickolas Butler

Review by: Beth, Kimberly-Little Chute Public Library

I love reading books by Wisconsin authors. Michael Perry, Jane Hamilton, David Rhodes, & Jacquelyn Mitchard are some favorites, to name a few. Nickolas Butler now joins my list of favorites with his book, Shotgun Lovesongs. The book has a distinctive midwestern voice, and I, as a reader, felt like I was in...

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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Author: Mark Twain

Review by: dianevantassel, Appleton Public Library

This classic American novel is hugely entertaining. If you haven't read it in years, pick it up again. There are many laugh out loud moments as Huck and Jim venture down the Mississippi River, both escaping from their former lives. The two manage to evade trouble repeatedly, always finding...

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Buried in a Bog

Author: Sheila Connolly

Review by: Penny, Shawano City-County Library

I think of Ireland as the "old country" and apparently so does Maura Donovan.  She is visiting Ireland at the last request of her grandmother.  Maura's planned short stay was extended when she takes a job at a pub and becomes involved with the locals.  This short easy read brings a great sense of Ireland and the way of life for the...

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Pretty Little Killers

Author: Darleen Berry Geoffrey C. Fuller

Review by: Denise C, (Sturgeon Bay) Door County Library

In July 2012, Skylar Neese became missing. Her remains were found in January 2013.

This book takes us step by step on what really happened. From the happy life the 3 best friends had  to how two of them turned on one and murdered her. There never was trial since eventually the two girls, Sheilia Eddy and Rachel Shoaf admitted their guilt. Sheila was sentenced to life for first degree...