The greatest risk is not taking one.
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Ever since I was a teenager, I have been a huge fan of Sarah Dessen’s novels. It was actually her books that got me back into reading during my teen years. I own every single one of her novels that she has published including her latest, Saint Anything.
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Some days we all just need to get away from our everyday life. Most of us aren’t able to just book a plane ticket and go off on an adventure whenever we want because we have school, work, or families to think about. However, as a plus side of being a bookworm, you can go anywhere you want just by opening up a book. Head off on a journey of your own in any of these young adult books below!
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The first page can often make or break a story. It will either hook the reader into the story, where they can’t read it fast enough to suit their need of knowing what is to happen, or it can turn the reader off so badly they immediately close the book and move on. Check out below which books had me wanting more.
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One of the best things new parents can do for their baby is to start up a home library for their child. Not only will this introduce a love for reading at a young age, but it will also expose the child to many other benefits. If you’re looking for types of books to get for your baby, then check out our list below!
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