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Suggested One Read: The Weird Sisters

We often get nominations for One Read that are set in the Midwest. Eleanor Brown’s “The Weird Sisters,” set in a college town in Ohio, has echoes of Columbia or Fulton. The family dynamics may also feel familiar to many readers. … Continue reading

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Suggested One Read: The Turner House

Nominations for our 2017 One Read book are now closed, but we will be highlighting some of the more than 130 suggested titles throughout the month so you can check out what your fellow mid-Missourians are reading and recommending. Next … Continue reading

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Suggested One Read: The Underground Railroad

Today is the final day the Daniel Boone Regional Library will be accepting nominations for the 2017 One Read book! Make your suggestion at any of our branches, on the bookmobile or online. In January, a reading panel will consider all … Continue reading

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Suggested One Read: Jam on the Vine

All month Daniel Boone Regional Library is taking your nominations for One Read 2017 and highlighting some of the suggestions we’ve received so far. An area reader nominated “Jam on the Vine” by LaShonda Barnett. This novel follows the story of … Continue reading

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Suggested One Read: The Language of Flowers

During the month of November we are taking your nominations for One Read 2017 and highlighting some of those nominations here at oneread.org. One local reader recommends “The Language of Flowers” by Vanessa Diffenbaugh. In this novel, Victoria Jones, lacking family … Continue reading

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