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November Reading Challenge Reviews

December 14, 2017

The Lost Boy by David J Peltzer

"I started to read A Child Called It years ago and couldn't finish it because it was too hard to head. what had happened to that boy. I am glad I read this sequel that tells how he was rescued and got his life back." - Ruth

 

Building South Dakota  by David Erpestad

"A Historical Survey of the state's architecture to 1945. Interesting!." -Trudi

 

Land of Burnt Thigh by Edith Kohl

"I had heard of the book but wasn't sure what it was about. I really enjoyed it and learned about South Dakota." - Cindy

 

Do Your Laundry or You'll Die Alone by Becky Blades

"Very cute and easy to read." - Christina

 

A Lantern in Her Hand by Bess Stressler Aldrich

"A great book reminding us how this country became what it is today!" - Connie

 

Dreamland by Sam Quinones

"Everyone should read this book! A terrifying exposer of our drug epidemic (opioid) and the heroin that followed it" - Glenda

 

Charlie's Gold by Kent Cameron

"Great collection of short stories." - Dan

 

The Alice Network by Kate Quinn

"Fascinating WWI novel!" - Carrie

 

Freakanomics by Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner

"Got me thinking in different directions about all kinds of things." - Tammy

 

Mad Genius Tips by Justin Chapple

"Kitchen hacks explained really well with recipes. A lot of good ideas in this book!" - Tami

 

The Making of a Liberal Icon by Bobbie Kennedy

"Robert Kennedy should have been the president of the US but his life was cut short at age 43 by an assassin." -Trudi

 

Come into the water-A survivor story by Merlyn Janet Magner

"About a Rapid City flood survivor- very emotional book." - DeAnn

 

And the winner of the November Reading Challenge is.. 

April Kurtz!

 

Congrats April!

 

She read Wildflowers and How They Grew by Kaitlyn Dunnett

"A great book, fun to read all the references to familiar places. Oaks does a great job of taking the reader through the 20th century. And it turns out Barbara Oaks was a friend of my grandmas!"

 

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