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Lucy by Jamaica Kincaid

I am a huge fan of Jamaica Kincaid. This novel is often viewed as the continuation of Annie John. The protagonist, Lucy, travels to New York from .

“I was afraid of the dead, as was everyone I knew. We were afraid of the dead because we never could tell when they might show up again.”  ― Jamaica Kincaid, Annie John

Annie John by Jamaica Kincaid - brilliant novel exploring childhood and a mother/daughter relationship.

Our Favorite Book Covers of 2014  By Liberty Hardy Dec 17, 2014

Our Favorite Book Covers of 2014

Acclaimed book designer Peter Mendelsund on how readers connect words to experience.

The main character of this book might be a salesman. Based on the book's name, we can predict that the salesman might do something that leads to his death in the end. For example, the salesman might commit with an illegal trade with a gangster thus eventually lead to his death.

Always Love Lucy Theatre is presenting Arthur Miller's 'Death of a Salesman'

Mr. Potter, by Jamaica Kincaid

Potter, by Jamaica Kincaid

One Crazy Summer prompts informational and persuasive writing

One Crazy Summer prompts informational and persuasive writing

Title: One crazy summer. description: The story of three young girls from brooklyn to california to go stay the summer with their estranged mother.

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The Chronicles of Narnia... A childhood favorite.

The Chronicles of Narnia by C. Lewis- The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe; Prince Caspian: the Return to Narnia; The Voyage of the Dawn Treader; The Silver Chair; The Horse and His Boy; The Magician's Nephew; The Last Battle