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Though the choice might be easy, the journey is not. I read it anyway on the advice of people who kept telling me it explains everything about America.
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Gatsby is in love with her and Daisy hopelessly leads him on. Jan Brett - Putnam Juvenile, 32 pages. The Borderers really liked America — unsurprising given where they came from — and started identifying as American earlier and more fiercely than any of the other settlers who had come before.
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Summer Reading List Grade 10 Each student must be prepared to bring his or her summer reading texts to class for% the opening days of the school year, when students will complete some exercises that require reflection on those texts.
Weisberg touches plenty of familiar bases in this pedestrian debut novel, a coming-of-age affair that tracks protagonist Jeremy Reskin's second year.
BOOK REVIEW GREAT EXPECTATIONS BY CHARLES DICKENS On Christmas Eve, Pip, an orphan living with his sister (Mrs Joe) and Joe Gargery, meets a convict who demands him to bring him food and a file to cut his chains.
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