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A Cat is Better by Linda Joy Singleton

When a boy adopts both a cat and dog from the shelter, the cat insists that a clever, graceful cat is a better pet than a messy, noisy dog. This humorous story of sibling rivalry, turns rivals into best friends and leaves readers with a “purrfect” ending…

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From the FBF Library! Into The Wild by Jon Krakauer

In April 1992 a young man from a well-to-do family hitchhiked to Alaska and walked alone into the wilderness north of Mt. McKinley. His name was Christopher Johnson McCandless. He had given $25,000 in savings to charity, abandoned his car and most of his possessions, burned all the cash in his wallet, and invented a new life for himself…

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Daring the Devil by Lindsey R. Loucks and Natasha Larry

Every sixteen-year-old thinks her mom is the Devil sometimes. But Kiera Morningstar’s mother really is the Queen of Hell. And she expects Kiera to earn her right to the throne by taking a soul. When Kiera fails—again—her mom banishes her from Hell to live among humans. At least, that’s what she wants Kiera to believe…

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You Exhaust Me: A Clueless Guy’s Guide to Marriage by Bob Marsocci

More than 2 million guys get married every year in the United States alone and most have no clue about what to expect once they say, “I do.” A clueless guy doesn’t know the “10 Fatal Words” his wife will say to him days before her birthday, and he really doesn’t know why he can’t just throw away her “bag of bags.” But no longer! Read more for some practical advice from a guy who has been there and seen it all.

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Lost. Found. by Marsha Diane Arnold

Bear loves his red scarf, but when he goes for a walk in the woods, unexpected things happen. The scarf is found… and used…by one animal after another, then lost again until it is forgotten. When it is found again by all the animals at once, a squabble ensues, leaving the scarf unraveled and ruined. Is all lost? Can Red Scarf be put together again? Can a community be found from chaos?

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The Song Journey by T.E. Scott

“The Song Journey… a beautiful and intriguing story of time travel, love, loss and family, with an invigorating backdrop of social history and music.” Chantelle Atkins, Underground Book Reviews. Selected as a Top 100 Notable Book of 2015 by Shelf Unbound!

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