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Book Review on "It Ain't so Awful, Falafel"

This book is so fun and interesting. I learned a lot about Iran and its history. Its definitely something I will read over and over.

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"If Not For You" by Debbie Macomber - One of Debbie's newest releases definitely a book you will lose yourself in. You can't go wrong with a Debbie Macomber book. You want to keep turning the pages to find out what is going to happen and then when you near the end of the book you get sad that the story is almost over.

Trixie Belden and the Secret of the Mansion Book Review

Published in 1948, Trixie Belden and the Secret of the Mansion is the story of 13-year old Trixie Belden's summer. At first, she thinks her summer will be boring with her two older brothers gone at camp. Then, a new neighbor arrives with a daughter Trixie's age named Honey. Together they explore their sick neighbor's mansion while he is at the hospital. This leads them on some wild adventures. Trixie Belden and the Secret of the Mansion is book number one in the Trixie Belden series by Julie Campbell.

Book review Crucible of terror by Max Liebster

How a young Jew survied many years in 5 concentration camps and meeting the (bibelforscher, Jehovah's Witnesses) save his life. It's some thing that we should all read about so not to forget.

Who's Afraid of the Virginia Woolf Book Review

Written by Edward Allabe ,is a play truly making the mundane part of our world and turning it into the soap opera without the need for television. The play is about a middle aged couple who invite a young couple into their house late night. The middle age couple go at each other and all hell breaks loose when the brandy is opened and when the doubt,regret,truth and infidelity kicks in hell truly breaks loose.What's so great about Allabe's play is that it takes life as we know it but without morphing it into a false thought of what life is, the characters act just as real as me and you.

Maddie's Book review of Diary of a Wimpy Kid The Long Haul

This book is about Roderick, his dad, his mom and Greg going on a trip to lots of places like an amusement park, the water park, the beach and the petting zoo. My favorite part was when they got a pig and he went to the petting zoo to learn lots of tricks. I did not like the party where Roderick got in the front and put on heavy metal music and their Mom had to stay in the back with all the piles of suitcases. I would recommend this book to my cousin's and brothers. My sister already read it.

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In the book Between Two Worlds, author Tyler Henry reveals his insights and struggles of being a clairvoyant medium. He explains how his talent developed from childhood all the way to his current television show. He describes how his readings work and answers common questions people ask about his abilities and the afterlife. I think the book was interesting and anyone who enjoys his show "Hollywood Medium" should read it.

Rumble of the Coaster Ghost

This book demonstrates that you should not jump to conclusions and that is exactly what Rip did when he said Safety Land was stupid.But then they find out that there is a monster and they defeat it. Rip ends up loving the park.

The Ersatz Elevator

The Series of Unfortunate Events book 6 - The Ersatz Elevator is a good book to read. I recommend it. But before you read it you need to read books 1,2,3,4,5 of The Series of Unfortunate Events. This book is very mysterious and full of misery. When the Baudelaire children are put in the care of their 7th guardian they move into an enormous penthouse apartment. When Count Olaf finds them again he brings along the kidnapped best friends of Violet, Klaus, and Sunny. They find an ersatz elevator that is really a dark passage way and they find Isadora, and Duncan trapped in a cage by Count Olaf. Then Count Olaf auctions the Quagmire triplets of to an island in disguise.

Dragon Teeth

Michael Crichton was the master of combining history, science and intrigue. This story combines American History and paleontology and is based on the true relationship of two paleontologists (Edward Cope and Othniel Marsh). Most of the events of the novel really occurred in 1876 and Crichton masterfully wove this history into the account of a fictional Yale college student heading west on a dare. When William Johnson joins the expedition to search for fossils, he has no idea of how the journey will go. Johnson survives attacks by Indians, lawlessness in Deadwood and a journey with Wyatt Earp to Cheyenne, all because of ten crates of bones. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and highly recommend it, especially to history lovers such as myself.

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this book was full of action and adventure.

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This is a modern take on Jane Austen' s Pride and Prejudiced. It was fun, fast paced, and well written.

Mathematical Reasoning Writing and proof version 2.0

This book is a MUST HAVE for math majors transiting into abstract math or anyone who wants to learn abstract math. This book serves as a bridge between the lower division mathematical subjects (ie computational math) and the upper division mathematical subjects (ie number theory, topology and real analysis) by developing a clear understanding of writing mathematical proofs in a concise manner. This book provides preview activities (to introduce one to a concept), progress checks (to see if one is understanding the concept thus far), chapter summaries, exercises and answers to selected exercises (usually the starred exercises).

Chapters include:
1 Introduction to Writing Proofs in Mathematics
2 Logical Reasoning
3 Constructing and Writing Proofs in Mathematics
4 Mathematical Induction
5 Set Theory
6 Functions
7 Equivalence Relations
8 Topics in Number Theory
9 Finite and Infinite Sets