Stories Behind the story

Spotty Powder and other Splendiferous Secrets  by Roald Dahl  Fans of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory would find it really lovely. Some background stories of the writer and the story and some original chapters, this little book makes chapters following each month,pretty cool of that.

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Girlish Thing

It’s All Your Fault  by Paul Rudnick This book is really not about the usual-seventeen-year-old nonsense (love-and-make-fuss-over-nothing). Pretty much like girls-and-exaggeration kinda stuff.

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Everyday Life

The Help  by Kathryn Stockett Skeeter the college girl, rejected by other rotten and selfish social ladies for meaningless reasons, dreamed to be a writer. In Mississippi, 1962, black maids lived a hard life. Aibileen, Minny whose cooking is nearly as sassy as her tongue, and other maids, helped with Skeeter finished the book of daily life of black maids.

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Belonging

Orphan Train  by Christina Baker Kline The whole family moved from Ireland to New York – Fire and Niamh orphaned – on the train met with Dutchy and another baby – being adopted to sew,changed name to Dorothy, being kicked out because of economic depression – adopted by rural family to look after kids, met attempt  violation […]

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