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George Segal - Holocaust. Beautiful & haunting. I hope they never stop teaching what happened.

George Segal - Holocaust. Beautiful & haunting. I hope they never stop teaching what happened.

Cool website. Type in a book you've read that you liked and it gives you suggestions of other books to read.

Cool website. Type in a book you've read that you liked and it gives you suggestions of other books to read.

"Grief does not change you, Hazel. It reveals you." (23.286). Augustus, being the typical teen philosopher that he is proposes to Hazel that grief never changes you but reveals who you were already meant to be. This can be interpreted as possible pre-determined events and that one should not fight oncoming events, but rather embrace it knowing it must be.

"Grief does not change you, Hazel. It reveals you." (23.286). Augustus, being the typical teen philosopher that he is proposes to Hazel that grief never changes you but reveals who you were already meant to be. This can be interpreted as possible pre-determined events and that one should not fight oncoming events, but rather embrace it knowing it must be.

No matter how much we all make fun of cliche new year’s resolutions, we all secretly do want to start a new year off on the right foot. There’s something about the month of January that just makes us feel ready to change our ways, to take on new goals, and to really challenge ourselves … Read More

No matter how much we all make fun of cliche new year’s resolutions, we all secretly do want to start a new year off on the right foot. There’s something about the month of January that just makes us feel ready to change our ways, to take on new goals, and to really challenge ourselves … Read More

This site is awesome. Type in your favorite book and it will list 20 others similar to it. :)

This site is awesome. Type in your favorite book and it will list 20 others similar to it. :)

The House Girl flawlessly switches between these two time periods telling of the life of Josephine, a slave girl, Lina, a New York City attorney, and Lina's father, Oscar, an artist. The book leads you through the life of Josephine as she struggles with her decision to "run, it leads you through the life of Lina who is researching families who may benefit from wrong doing during the period of slavery in the United States, and it leads you through the life of Oscar trying to make amends…

The House Girl flawlessly switches between these two time periods telling of the life of Josephine, a slave girl, Lina, a New York City attorney, and Lina's father, Oscar, an artist. The book leads you through the life of Josephine as she struggles with her decision to "run, it leads you through the life of Lina who is researching families who may benefit from wrong doing during the period of slavery in the United States, and it leads you through the life of Oscar trying to make amends…

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