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All Boys Aren't Blue By George M. Johnson
by George M Johnson

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This was very interesting. I was able to empathize with the authors family history and struggle with his identify.

I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings
by Maya Angelou

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got me to like biographical books and i began to think about the idea that how everyone has a story to tell no matter what. usually we hide things/topics/relationships that hold the most significance or key value for us

Call Of The Wild
by Jack London

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The entire book all I wanted to do was make Buck my dog and spoil him like crazy. The beatings by Man and dog fights were a lot to read, but I'm glad he found John, even for a little while.

Oliver Twist
by Charles Dickens Complete Collection

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fun book to listen to

White Fragility
by Robin DiAngelo

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I listened to the audiobook of this. I found it very informative. I know some people are annoyed by some of the things Diangelo says, but she makes a lot of fair points and references a lot of research, as well as combines it with some of her personal experiences. One of the takeaways I have is that you can't break it down to just good and bad. The racist = bad and not racist = good. We can't escape racism because it's embedded in our societal norms. Our laws and rules. All we can do is learn and be better. No one is exempt from racism. Even those who study equity and work to be antiracist sometimes slip up. We (white people, mostly) make inappropriate comments or don't realize that certain things we say or do harm other people. No matter how hard we try to be "good" and not racist, we can't escape the racist ways of this country. All we can do is continue to learn and grow.

by George Orwell

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Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
by Roald Dahl

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my favorite book ever

Spiderman The Ultimate Guide
by Tom Defalco

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It's an amazing book that really helps me learn about everyone's favorite wall crawler, Spiderman!

Harry Potter Books Set
by Jk Rowling

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<3 my favourite series because it opens my imagination.

The Handmaids Tale
by Margaret Atwood

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four stars