Welcome to my #Snaplibrary! Did you know I am a book worm? I read for hours every day and when I am bored I dive into the world of books!! I think the best presents in the world are books and Owl City merch! I am super excited to share with you books that I love and read on a regular base. I will be adding books so watch out for them. Without further ado . . . WELCOME TO #Snaplibrary!!!!

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This book is so creative and it is exactly how I imagine I would survive on an island When my mom would read this book aloud we would ask her to read “just one more chapter”. It took us a while to get through, but it is such a good book.

Shipwrecked on an uncharted island, the Swiss Family Robinson – mother, father, and four young boys – make the most of their predicament, adapting to the island and turning the absence of civilization to their advantage. Through perseverance, hard work and self-reliance, they become masters of their new environment.

This books is so super good!!! I read this book for school and i loved it. Mary is a bright young teacher with a ton of ideas. Her new students are hard to get to know but she finds new ways to do so. You should give this book a try.

This warm, inspiring story—set in a rural New England village called Nearby—is brought to life through the eyes of Mary, the new teacher who devotes herself to changing prejudices and lifting her students’ minds and hearts to a higher place.

I don’t know about you guys, but I LOVE JANE AUSTEN!!!! This book is one of my favorite books in the world!!!! Elizabeth and I are a lot alike. I love Mr. Darcy and if you read the book, you will find out why! Oh, and the BBC tv show version of the book is AMAZING!!!!!!!!

Pride and Prejudice is a novel of manners by Jane Austen, first published in 1813. The story follows the main character, Elizabeth Bennet, as she deals with issues of manners, upbringing, morality, education, and marriage in the society of the landed gentry of the British Regency.

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