Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens


     The story of Oliver Twist tells of the struggles of a young orphan boy in the streets of London. It follows him from his birth, to his labeling as a trouble-maker when he dares to ask for more food, being sold as an apprentice, accused of attempted murder, running away and getting caught up […]

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A Wrinkle In Time by Madeleine L’Engle


     After Margaret Murray and her baby brother encounter a strange visitor in their kitchen one night during a storm, they are whisked away on an incredible journey to find their missing father. Along the way, they will help fight a growing evil that threatens the entire universe. Some planets have already given in. Earth […]

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Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck


     It’s a classic tale of two unlikely friends. George is small and resourceful. Lennie is very large, and very strong, but short on brains. Lennie’s strength, coupled with his pure innocence, often gets him into trouble that George has to get him out of. They travel from job to job, but they have a […]

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No Wonder They Call Him the Savior by Max Lucado


     For Christians, the Cross is a symbol of salvation and hope of eternal life. Our faith rests on what happened on the Cross, but can we find hope there for our everyday lives? When we’re feeling lonely, guilty, or tired? When we feel like giving up? Yes, the events of the crucifixion and resurrection […]

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PS, I Love You by Cecelia Ahern


      What started out as a joke ends up helping Holly through one of the worst periods of her life. At age 30 she has become a widow, but her husband Gerry has left behind a list of things for her to do. Each month she is to open an envelope from Gerry and she […]

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