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Ursula K. Le Guin

Ursula K. Le Guin is an author of novels, poetry, and short stories for children, young adults, and adults in varying genres from realistic fiction to fantasy and science fiction. She is best known for her work in science fiction which includes her most famous novel The Left Hand of Darkness.



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American History: Teen Heroes
Historical Fiction is a great way to learn about history from characters that are living during a specific time period. All these stories take place sometime in our American history and they are all told from the perspective of teenage boys. Find out what life would have been like for a teen boy during some of the best and worst times in our country’s history.
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Ever wondered what well known people like to read? Reader's Club asks celebrities to talk about books that affect their lives. Read them all.


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I Heart You, You Haunt Me I Heart You, You Haunt Me
Schroeder, Lisa (2008)
This was my favorite book ever!
- Kara from Kenosha WI.
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'Not to know the past is to be in bondage to it, while to remember, to know, is to be set free.'
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- Winston Churchill

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- Frank Zappa

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