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Book Report 39

I remember not-finishing Island of the Blue Dolphins when I was a child. Probably because I couldn’t deal with the harsh realities and character death. Historically fascinating, but not a happy story. The Secret Horses of Briar Hill is a WWII story set on a country estate that’s been turned into a hospital for children with tuberculosis. Only Emmaline can see the winged horses that appear in the mirrors. When one comes through the glass, needing help, she struggles to save her. Nostalgic and sad. Indigo (Water Tales, #2) is about Martha and the McGill brothers, Trevor and Eli, better known as Trout and Eel. Who have webbed fingers and toes.

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