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Posted to Campbell Unclassified by Genesis Gaule
Take a break from the hubbub of winter with an evening of fun indoor activities at the Campbell Library! License to Chill: Thursday, December 8 from 4pm-7pm. More information...
Before Austen Comes Aesop by Cheri Blomquist
The Children's Great Books and How to Experience Them // An in-depth examination of the Children's Great Books--the literature that has made the most profound impact on the lives of children throughout Western history. In addition to its invaluable chronological list of titles, from ancient times to the present, the book provides both students and their parents the guidance they need to read leisurely or study formally the Children's Great Books at home.
A Death in Door County by Annelise Ryan
A Wisconsin bookstore owner and cryptozoologist is asked to investigate a series of deaths that just might be proof of a fabled lake monster in this first installment of a new mystery series by USA Today bestselling author Annelise Ryan.
Mystery RYAN Monster v.1
American Midnight edited by Adam Hochschild
The Great War, a Violent Peace, and Democracy's Forgotten Crisis // A character-driven look at a pivotal period in American history, 1917-1920: the tumultuous home front during WWI and its aftermath, when violence broke out across the country thanks to the first Red Scare, labor strife, and immigration battles.
MH 973.91 HOCHSCHILD
I'm the Girl by Laurie Cass
When sixteen-year-old Georgia Avis finds the dead body of thirteen-year-old Ashley James outside the gates of an exclusive resort, she teams up with Ashley's older sister Nora to find the killer.
Young Adult SUMMERS
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Tag(s): young adult fiction, World War I, study guides, reading, nonfiction, mystery, military history, history, fiction, classic literature, book notes
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