1. Gone With The Wind by Margaret Mitchell
2. What Really Matters for Struggling Readers by Richard Allington
3. Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline
4. Fly Away Home by Jennifer Weiner
After reading All Fall Down last month, I headed to the W section of the library to look for more of her books. I loved them back when In Her Shoes first came out, but then lost interest and lost track of her books for a bit. Fly Away Home was just as good of a read as All Fall Down was. The characters in this book were believable and flawed and just plain interesting. The book is based around several members of the same family, both the ways in which they're intertwined and the ways in which they are disconnected. I loved the way characters grew and changed along with their story lines and I was a little bummed out when the book ended because I really wanted to see where they went next.
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