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1. TIGER PRIDE: 100 YEARS OF CENTRAL HIGH FOOTBALL
Brian Cox

2. DAISY BATES: CIVIL RIGHTS CRUSADER FROM ARKANSAS
Grif Stockley

3. BEING DEAD IS NO EXCUSE
Gayden Metcalfe and Charlotte Hays

4. LUCIAN
Allan Ward

5. HOGS: A HISTORY
George Schroeder

6. THE LINCOLN LAWYER
Michael Connelly

7. THE CITY OF FALLING ANGELS
John Berendt

8. THE KITE RUNNER
Khaled Housseini

9. 1491
Charles Mann

10. THE SUNDAY PHILOSOPHY CLUB
Alexander McCall Smith



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1.HONEY … HONEY … LION!: A STORY FROM AFRICA
Jan Brett

2.GATHER AT THE RIVER: NOTES FROM THE POST-MILLENNIAL SOUTH
Hal Crowther, Louis D. Rubin Jr.

3.WHO’S THAT KNOCKING ON CHRISTMAS EVE?
Jan Brett

4.THE WILD CHRISTMAS REINDEER
Jan Brett

5.THE UMBRELLA
Jan Brett

6. THE MITTEN: A UKRAINIAN FOLKTALE
Jan Brett

7. GINGERBREAD BABY
Jan Brett

8. HEDGIE’S SURPRISE
Jan Brett

9. ON NOAH’S ARK
Jan Brett

10. PUTTIN’ ON THE GRITS: A GUIDE TO SOUTHERN ENTERTAINING
Deborah Ford

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