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The Orphan Train

Author: Christina Baker Kline

Review by: Elizabeth, (Seymour) Muehl Public Library

Several copies of this book are circulating in Infosoup since the author made many appearances at the Fox Cities Book Festival in April of this year.

Oh, another piece of American history that I did not know about. Thanks to Christina for this important work of historical fiction. There are two alternating female characters in this book....

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Hiking Through: one man’s journey to peace and freedom on the Appalachian Trail

Author: Paul V. Stutzman

Review by: Kaarina, (Seymour) Muehl Public Library

This book is the best book I have read in a couple of years, maybe in my whole life. It is a true story about Paul Stutzman’s 2,176 mile hike on the Appalachian Trail after he loses his wife to breast cancer. This book makes you think...

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Author: Brian Herbert

Review by: Colette, (Seymour) Muehl Public Library

additional author: Kevin J Anderson

In the core worlds of the Constellation, corrupt nobles scheme and compete for power, and for the chance to be named the heir to the reigning Diadem.  Meanwhile, on the most dangerous and inhospitable planet of the Deep Zone, exiled rebel general Tiber Adolphus is about to...

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The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese art of decluttering and organizing

Author: Maria Kondo

Review by: Jill M., (Seymour) Muehl Public Library

When I read this title, I felt “This is something I can use”. This book has all kinds of strategies for downsizing clutter and organizing things in your home. After years of saving things and accumulating stuff, how do you start clearing and...

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Bridge to Haven

Author: Francine Rivers

Review by: Angie, (Seymour) Muehl Public Library

In the town of Haven, a baby is born under a bridge. A loving family takes the baby in despite some apprehensions. Growing up with feelings of abandonment and not belonging, the lure of false love and glamour are too much. Hollywood is not all that it seems. Find out how God can work when things seem out of...

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The ACB with Honora Lee

Author: Kate DeGoldi

Review by: Debbie C., (Seymour) Muehl Public Library

“I know what I can do on Thursdays!” shouted Perry. “I already know!”

     Perry’s parents are busy people and believe that Perry, an only child and special needs student, needs to be busy each day after school. And so Perry begins her weekly visits to Santa Lucia, an assisted living home for...

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Oh! You Pretty Things

Author: Shanna Mahin

Review by: Leslie, (Seymour) Muehl Public Library

I enjoyed the main character of this book so much. Jess Dunne is 3rd generation Hollywood. She’s an average woman living in a world of gorgeous people. Her estranged mother was a child actress and all her life she tried to get Jess to want to be in the business. Jess eventually takes a job as an...

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The Rosie Effect

Author: Graeme Simsion

Review by: Elizabeth, (Seymour) Muehl Public Library

Ooh, ooh, ooh, a fabulous follow-up to "The Rosie Project". (& a perfect Valentine's Day read!!) Don and Rosie are starting new lives in New York. They have the challenges of new jobs and new friendships. Add to that a pregnancy and the fun of these two characters ensues. Don gets himself into laugh out loud, unpredictable situations (the...