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Middle Grade Fiction is For Everyone

A bias many adults don't realize they have is that middle grade fiction, is well, for kids. The streamlined plot and storytelling do not indicate a simple story, however. In fact, I love reading middle grade fiction because of the tough issues and questions the authors wrestle with, without all the fancy, plumped up fiction... Continue Reading →

A man who not only built a life for his own family, but a life for the families of many other arab immigrants

Find great new and old book suggestions and share with other readers what you recommend this weekend. I also share how I have way too many books in my currently reading pile and how I manage it.

Do you ever read more than one book at a time?

As I write my current book, I have researched the early immigration of Syrians. Between the years of 1890-1924, the largest wave of Syrians came into the United States. My great-grandmother and great-grandfather were a part of this first immigration. It isn't a migration that is often discussed in our US history. During my research,... Continue Reading →

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