37.The Book of Great American Documents edited by Vincent Wilson, Jr.New Read. Was fascinating to read the Declaration of Independence, along with Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address and Emancipation Proclamation.
38.The Journal of Otto Peltonen. New Read. I enjoyed reading this book told by a young Finnish boy. Most of the stories written in this series is told from a girl's perspective.
39.Frederick Douglass and the Fight for Freedom by Douglas Miller. New Read.An informative book geared at young readers, but providing all the important information about Frederick Douglass.
40. Legacy of the Jedi/Secrets of the Jedi by Jude Watson. New Read. I enjoyed reading this book. It gives some new insight into the back stories of Qui Gon and Obi Wan/ Obi Wan and Anakin....Anakin and Padme...
Their relationships with one another, and how all three men fell in love with women at some point of their lives, and other attachments, despite the fact that Jedis are not strongly encouraged NOT to form any type of attachments.
41.Writings to Young Women: On Wisdom and Virtues by Laura Ingalls Wilder. New read. Written in her simple, plain spoken way that fans of her other books will recognize, Laura shares her thoughts and wisdom with her readers,old and young alike.
This book is a compilation of several of her newspaper columns.
42.Writings to Young Women Volume Two: On Life as a Pioneer Woman by Laura Ingalls Wilder. New read. Written in her simple, plain spoken way that fans of her other books will recognize,
Laura shares her thoughts, feelings, and wisdom about what it is like to be a Pioneer Woman. Really enjoyed reading this.
43.A Day in the Life of the Amish by Bob Ottum. New read. This was a very interesting read. The contents and pics are from over 100 Amish families who agreed to participate in the project that
Bob Ottum wanted to do.He wanted to do a book about 'A Day in the Life of the Amish', but wanted it to be from the p.o.v. of the Amish themselves. I enjoyed it very much.
44.Shiver by Lisa Jackson. New Read. Another book in the New Orleans series.
This book was such a good read! A definite nail-biting, edge-ofyour-seat thriller with larger than
life characters, especially the killer!
45.How to Write Romances by Phyllis Taylor Pianka. New Read. This is a very informative book for all writers interested in writing in the romance genre.
46.Missouri Ghosts by Joan Gilbert. New read. A very entertaining and interesting book to read. I enjoyed reading it very much.
47.Building Believable Characters by Marc McCutheon. New Read. This is a very informative book for writers. It not only gives you tips on how to write character descriptions, but also gives you an extensive character questionnaire, along with Foreign languages(Russian, Spanish, Italian, French, etc) to English phrase translations, and various body to clothing
48.Writing Fantasy & Science Fiction: How to Create Out-of-This- World Novels and Short Stories by Orson Scott Card. New read. Another very informative and must have book for writers who want to write science fiction. I enjoyed reading this book very much.
49.Caribbean Pirates: A Treasure Chest of Fact, Fiction, and Folklore by George Beahm. New Read.
50.Haunted City: An Unauthorized Guide to the Magical, Magnidificent New Orleans of Anne Rice by Joy Dickinson. New Read. An interesting and informative book about Anne Rice's collection of Vampire and Witches novels, along with details of popular locations, restaurants, sections, and more of New Orleans.