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A Massive Book Dump

Another batch of nominees were due to be read this weekend and I got a bunch finished. But not enough. Never enough. For those keeping score at home, A Game for Swallows is my new favorite. Seriously, it's good. Go read it, people.

Book 87: A Game for Swallows: to die, to leave, to return, by Zeina Abirached
Book 88: Shadow and Bone, by Leigh Bardugo
Book 89: Summer of the Gypsy Moths, by Sara Pennypacker
Book 90: Marching to the Mountaintop: how poverty, labor fights, and civil rights set the stage for Martin Luther King, Jr.'s final hours, by Ann Bausum
Book 91: City Chickens, by Christine Heppermann
Book 92: Brothers at Bat: the true story of an amazing all-brother baseball team, by Audrey Vernick
Book 93: Suriya Swims: the true story of how an orangutan learned to swim, by Bhagavan Antle
Book 94: Puffling Patrol, by Ted and Betsy Lewin
Book 95: George Bellows: painter with a punch, by Robert Burleigh
Book 96: Paiute Princess: the story of Sara Winnemucca, by Deborah Kogan Ray
Book 97: Martin de Porres: the rose in the desert, by Gary D. Schmidt
Book 98: It Jes' Happened: when Bill Traylor started to draw, by Don Tate
Book 99: Jazz Age Josephine, by Jonah Winter
Book 100: His Name was Raoul Wallenberg: courage, rescue, and mystery during World War II, by Louise Borden

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