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Saturday, March 28th
Today's Dose by Jackie from Elko, Nevada
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The Nightingale The Nightingale
by Kristin Hannah

Kristin Hannah tackles a subject matter that is difficult to put down while also being an amazing read. It leaves you wondering what you would do if faced with similar circumstances. It is a story that everyone should read. (read more)

Your price $27.99
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Previous Doses
March 27th
Selected by Deb from Portland, Oregon


Charles Dickens: A Life Charles Dickens: A Life
by Claire Tomalin

As a lifetime Dickens fan, I totally immersed myself in this biography, done with such intelligence and depth. Claire Tomalin's knowledge of her subject is thorough, and infused with empathy and humor. I would recommend this book for anyone wanting an in depth rendering of the life and genius of Charles Dickens. (read more)

Your price $20.00
(New - Trade Paper)

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March 25th
Selected by Richard from Burlington, Ontario


All the Bright Places All the Bright Places
by Jennifer Niven

I wasn't sure if I wanted to read a book about teenage suicide, but I found a story that was more. It was a beautiful love story, a book about mental health issues, and bullying. The ending of this book will have in tears of sadness and tears of happiness. This is a book to keep and read again and again. (read more)

Your price $12.59
(New - Hardcover)

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March 23rd
Selected by Eric from Portland, Oregon


Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls
by David Sedaris

Sedaris has the power to take every-day experiences and, with a dash of sarcasm and neurotic slant, turn them into comic masterpieces. I always enjoying reading his works, and this one was no exception. (read more)

Your price $11.50
(Used - Trade Paper)

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March 26th
Selected by Kaitlyn from Warrensburg, Missouri


The Probability of Miracles The Probability of Miracles
by Wendy Wunder

I read this after I had finished reading 'The Fault in Our Stars,' and this one honestly hurt way more....It was sad, and sarcastic, while being joyous and depressive. Love wasn't the main thing about this book. It was about living life to the fullest, since we never know when our time will run out. It's a brilliant read for young adults and teens. (read more)

Your price $5.98
(Remainders - Trade Paper)

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March 24th
Selected by Jeff from New York, New York


Letter to a Future Lover: Marginalia, Errata, Secrets, Inscriptions, and Other Ephemera Found in Libraries Letter to a Future Lover: Marginalia, Errata, Secrets, Inscriptions, and Other Ephemera Found in Libraries
by Ander Monson

I cannot recommend this book enough. Monson is an under-appreciated literary genius and 'Letter to a Future Lover' should be read by any serious reader -- those readers who can't *not* be reading something, who lead a double life inside a book and out. Monson uses library marginalia to delve into questions about why we read, why we write, and how our private relationship with books can connect us all. (read more)

Your price $22.00
(New - Hardcover)

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March 22nd
Selected by Diana from La Mesa, California


The Signature of All Things The Signature of All Things
by Elizabeth Gilbert

Beautifully written and well-researched. This is the kind of book you think about long after you have finished reading it. (read more)

Your price $8.98
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