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cherryxxangel89
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where the heart is

you should read it its a great story by billie lettis
 
 
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l3rookeLuvsl3ooks
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Re: where the heart is

Good call.  This is my fave book.  I also enjoyed A Walk to Remember, A Certain Slant of Light, Lovely Bones and Hattie Big Sky.  Any other good recommendations in teen reads based on that?
Brrrr-ribbitt! Brooke Luvs Books!