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Some books make better book club picks than others. The success of the discussion is usually determined by the book selection, so it's very important to choose carefully. With so many books,it can be hard to decide. We'd love to help. Visit our new  Book Club  section. Here you'll find Book Reviews and suggestions we think are perfect for book clubs. Some are witty, some beautifully written; all are thought-provoking satisfying reads sure to spark conversation.

Many book club members appreciate a Paperback book,check our Book Club section; you'll find many paperback suggestions. Below is this month's Book Club selection. This book is also available in E-book format. To read the jacket cover for "Home Front", see what other have to say or share your thoughts on this book,visit our  Booktalk section.

Mornings in Jenin by Susan Abulhawa
Mornings in Jenin
By Susan Abulhawa

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With a family saga backdrop this is a book that humanizes the events leading up to and following the British partition of Israel and Palestine. It covers four generations of Palestinians as they endure the Read More...

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A heart-wrenching, powerfully written novel that could do for Palestine what The Kite Runner did for Afghanistan. Mornings in Jenin is a multi-generational story about a Palestinian family. Forcibly removed from the olive-farming village Read More...

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Readers Choice
Word of mouth is one of the most important market factors determining the popularity of a book. With this in mind, Readers Choice is a place where you can tell fellow book lovers about that unputdownable, page-turning book you just finished or browse the mini book reviews and see what others are recommending. Here are just a few recent choices;

Boundary Waters By William Kent Kreuger The Imperfectionists West of Here By Jonathan Evison The 4 Hour Work Week By Timothy Ferris the forgotten Garden By Kate Morton
Boundary Waters The Imperectionists West of Here The 4 Hour Work Week The Forgotten Garden
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Fifty Shades Trilogy by E.L. James
Fifty Shades Trilogy
By E. L. James


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In the last installment of this trilogy, the intensity and chemistry both stay strong. Once again, although there is sex and Read More...Discussion QuestionsBook Summary [buy now from amazon]


Classics,  They stand the test of time.
No serious reader's bookshelf would be complete with a classic book or two.  Here are some of the great classics our reader's have recommended.  More Classics

Mansfield Park By Jane Austin Rebecca BY DAphine Maurier The Picture of Dorian Gray By Oscar Wilde The Scarlet Pimpernel BY Baroness Orczy A Room With A View BY M Forster Of Mice and Men BY John Steinbeck
Tortilla Flat By JOhn Steinbeck Tp Kill A Mockingbird By Harper Lee Gone With The Wind BY Marget Mitchell The Count Of Monte Cristo By Alexander Dumas Little Women By Loyisa May Alcott The Scarlet Letter By Nathanial Hawthorne



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