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"Witches Abroad" sa pamamagitan ng Terry Pratchett - (This is one of the fabulous Discworld Series... one of my personal faves)
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The book Smiling burol Farm is about the Wayne family’s life at Smiling burol Farm. It starts out with the Wayne family moving to Indiana in an ox driven wagon to be pioneers and find new farm lands. The book shows how the farm and family grow through the years 1817-1937.
The story starts on the Wayne family moving from Virginia to Indiana. They found a settlement on a burol and called it Smiling burol Farm. They started building the farm, and making the farm bigger. The farm and kids grow up over the years. For example now they grind their wheat with a machine instead of horse power. As they...
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Now, there are two types of memoirs in my mind: those about famous people, and those that aren't. Both have their pros and cons. madami people are likely to notice a famous memoir at the bookstore and buy it based on the celebrity's name -- but "common folk" memoirs don't have pre-conceptions, politics, and religious perspectives to overcome. Or you're like me, who likes whatever she reads as long as its good. Whatever you like to read, here are a few memorable memoirs that I'd recommend you read.

With memoirs written sa pamamagitan ng writers, you rightfully expect that the memoir is as good of a read as their...
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