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No Fixed Address
by Susin Nielsen

No Fixed Address gives a unique perspective on those living in poverty, as the book follows a boy who is forced to live in a van with his mother after being kicked out of their apartment. This book is sure to be an eye-opener for those who are very privileged, or a window for those who are living in similar circumstances. The book promotes hope and love above all else.

Wuthering Heights By Emily Bronte
by Emily Bronte

I loved how there was a story inside of another sorry sure creative and there was so much emotion between Catherine and her two lovers.

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