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What Should You Read This Summer? (INFOGRAPHIC) from Huff Post Books.

INFOGRAPHIC: What Should You Read This Summer?

First good book I've read in a long time.  About an orphaned, indentured white child who grows up with the slaves on a southern plantation.  5 stars!

First good book I've read in a long time. About an orphaned, indentured white child who grows up with the slaves on a southern plantation. 5 stars!

The Known World, Edward P. Jones  One of the best and most important historical novels tackling slavery — and, in particular, the bizarre niche of black slave owners — The Known World is surprising, crushing, and required reading for anyone trying to live in America today.

50 Novels Guaranteed to Make You a Better Person

The Known World, Edward P. Jones One of the best and most important historical novels tackling slavery — and, in particular, the bizarre niche of black slave owners — The Known World is surprising, crushing, and required reading for anyone trying to live in America today.

Mockingbird Don't Sing (2001) on IMDb: On November 4, 1970 on The CBS Evening News, Walter Cronkite reported on a true, horrific story that was about to rock the country. A 13-year-old girl

Mockingbird Don't Sing (2001)

Mockingbird Don't Sing (2001) on IMDb: On November 4, 1970 on The CBS Evening News, Walter Cronkite reported on a true, horrific story that was about to rock the country. A 13-year-old girl

safe haven. Amazing book and movie. Read the book first though! The movie isn't as good as the book.

safe haven. Amazing book and movie. Read the book first though! The movie isn't as good as the book.

AR* The Flight of Gemma Hardy by Margot Livesey - In this retelling of Jane Eyre the characters are imbued with a more modern sensibility -- and this time around Mr. Rochester is not a reprehensible misogynist! - If you know the original story, you may not want to bother. It's a great homage but not great if you're looking for something new.

AR* The Flight of Gemma Hardy by Margot Livesey - In this retelling of Jane Eyre the characters are imbued with a more modern sensibility -- and this time around Mr. Rochester is not a reprehensible misogynist! - If you know the original story, you may not want to bother. It's a great homage but not great if you're looking for something new.

// Chosen by the librarian based on other books I've enjoyed, I could relate to The House I Loved & imagine I would go to the same lengths as Madame Bazelet in Paris of the 1860s...

Must-read: The House I Loved by Tatiana de Rosnay

// Chosen by the librarian based on other books I've enjoyed, I could relate to The House I Loved & imagine I would go to the same lengths as Madame Bazelet in Paris of the 1860s...

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