Owl And The Lost Boy by Amy Wilson

Owl seems like a normal girl, going to school and hanging out with her best friend Mallory, but she's actually the daughter of a mortal and Jack Frost. When Summer seems literally endless and Owl can't get to the world of the fae, she teams up with her old friend Mallory to figure out what's …

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Cobble Hill by Cecily von Ziegesar

Set over the course of a year, this book looks at an ensemble of different families in the neighborhood of Cobble Hill in New York, where everyone thinks they know everyone's business. There's the bestselling author with writers block, whose wife insisted they move to NY from the UK. There's the school nurse whose son …

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Moving Home? Survival Tips From A Girl Who’s Moved Over 20 Times!

I think I've talked about it everywhere on social media, but my boyfriend, Grimoire (our cat) and I are moving from London to Canada (in case you hadn't heard). When we got to talking about how many times we've moved, and my boyfriend said about 3 or 4 times. I had to think for a …

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We Have Always Lived In The Castle by Shirley Jackson

The Blackwell family have always lived in their beautiful home, a little apart and a little better than those around them. But since a family tragedy 6 years earlier, Merricat, her sister Constance and their aged and fragile Uncle Julian live there alone, avoiding contact with the hostile village around them. They live by a …

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The Art Of Being A Woman by Patricia Volk

In this book, Patricia Volk writes about her mother and about what she taught her about being a woman. But Patricia felt liberated when she read a biography about Italian fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli, and the way she approached womanhood, feeling like she was being opened up to another way of being. It's partly a …

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