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Best Books of 2016


Through friendship with otherworldly beings, a disabled boy discovers healing powers his kinfolk refuse to recognize.

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It’s the early 1900s in Western America. Hamburgers, air machines, and vacuum sweepers have just been discovered. Racism and bigotry plague the Valley of Sorrows following the Native Relocation Act and the influx of foreign immigrants. When Moojie Littleman is abandoned by his adoptive father…READ MORE

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What do you think about Wordsworth’s way of looking at the world, and how is it similar in Moojie Littleman? Regarding Wordsworth’s “The Idiot Boy” and “We Are Seven”, it can be said that William Wordsworth and I share a mutual interest in children trapped in difficult circumstances. Children are also wiser than grownups or … Continue reading Question from a Reader

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