Friday Fifteen

Man, Friday could not come soon enough this week. So happy to be posting the Friday Fifteen!

1. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
This one sat on my bookshelf for a while; finally started it and was hooked.

2. Claiming Georgia Tate by Gigi Amateau
The sweetness and darkness of family are both very present here. Amateau doesn’t pull punches.

3. Madeline by Ludwig Bemelmans
A daring redhead who lives with her friends and has a cool scar? So awesome.

4. Othello by William Shakespeare
Not my favorite, but intriguing ideas about men and women. Also, I dig Emilia.

5. Stone Fox by John Reynolds Gardiner
This is what I think of when I see a samoyed.

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