December 25, 2023 -- Books banned from schools in Orange County, FL (per the Orlando Sentinel in a two-page spread)

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“In the Belly of the Beast,” Jack Henry Abbott

“The Pool Was Empty,” Gilles Abier

“The Poet X,” Elizabeth Acevedo

“With the Fire on High,” Elizabeth Acevedo

“Call Me By Your Name,” Andre Aciman

“Things You Shouldn’t Say Past Midnight,” Peter Ackerman

“Half of a Yellow Sun,” Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

“Changes,” Ama Ata Aidoo

“River of Darkness,” Rennie Airth

“Say You’re One of Them,” Uwem Akpan

“Simon Vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda,” Becky Albertalli

“The Upside of Unrequited,” Becky Albertalli

“The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian,” Sherman Alexie

“The House of the Spirits,” Isabel Allende

“In the Midst of Winter,” Isabel Allende

“The Blood of Flowers,” Anita Amirrezvani

“Wintergirls,” Laurie Halse Anderson

“Me and Earl and the Dying Girl,” Jesse Andrews

“The Haters,” Jesse Andrews

“I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings,” Maya Angelou

“Singin’ and Swingin’ and Gettin’ Merry Like Christmas,” Maya Angelou

“Lucy in the Sky,”  Anonymous

“And Eternity,” Piers Anthony

“On a Pale Horse,” Piers Anthony

“Four Plays,”  Aristophanes

“From Blood and Ash,” Jennifer L. Armentrout

“Storm and Fury,” Jennifer L. Armentrout

“City of the Lost,” Kelley Armstrong

“Mosquitoland,” David Arnold

“Damsel,” Elana K. Arnold

“Infandous,” Elana K. Arnold

“Red Hood,” Elana K. Arnold

“What Girls Are Made Of,” Elana K. Arnold

“Oryx and Crake,” Margaret Atwood

“The Handmaid’s Tale,” Margaret Atwood

“The Handmaid’s Tale: The Graphic Novel,” Margaret Atwood

“The Testaments,” Margaret Atwood

“Alias Grace,” Margaret Atwood

“Hag-Seed,” Margaret Atwood

“Madd Addam Trilogy,” Margaret Atwood

“The Blind Assassin,” Margaret Atwood

“The Clan of the Cave Bear,” Jean M. Auel

“The Clan of the Cave Bear, The Valley of Horses, The Mammoth Hunters

(Earth’s Children, #1-3),” Jean M. Auel

“The Tale of John Barleycorn: From Barley to Beer,” Mary Azarian

“My Friend Dahmer,” John “Derf” Backderf

“Six of Crows,” Leigh Bardugo

“Dance Nation,” Clare Barron

“Wise Young Fool,” Sean Beaudoin

“Herzog,” Saul Bellow

“The Color Master,” Aimee Bender

“The Seven Rays,” Jessica Bendinger

“Glimpse,” Stacey Wallace Benefiel

“The History Boys,” Alan Bennett

“Mr. Darcy Takes a Wife,” Linda Berdoll

“Best in Show,” Laurien Berenson

“Dark Eye,” William Bernhardt

“Friday Night Lights: A Town A Team And A Dream,” H.G. Bissinger

“Geektastic,” Holly Black

“Red Glove,” Holly Black

“I Was a Teenage Fairy,” Francesca Lia Block

“Sex on the Brain,” Deborah Blum

“Forever…,” Judy Blume

“Midwives: A Novel,” Chris Bohjalian

“Bronxwood,” Coe Booth

“The Best American Short Stories 2015,” T.C. Boyle

“The Road to Wellville,” T.C. Boyle

“The Darkest Minds,” Alexandra Bracken

“The Dark Garden,” Eden Bradley

“The Mists of Avalon,” Marion Zimmer Bradley

“Forever in Blue: The Fourth Summer of the Sisterhood,” Ann Brashares

“The Last Summer of You and Me,” Ann Brashares

“The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants,” Ann Brashares

“Electric Girl,” Michael Brennan

“The Demon’s Surrender,” Sarah Rees Brennan

“Monkey Man,” Steve Brewer

“Over the Edge,” Suzanne Brockmann

“Candy,” Kevin Brooks

“Angels & Demons,” Dan Brown

“The Bridges of Madison County (musical),” Jason Robert Brown

“A Secret Splendor,” Sandra Brown

“Above and Beyond,” Sandra Brown

“In a Class by Itself,” Sandra Brown

“Lethal,” Sandra Brown

“Seduction by Design,” Sandra Brown

“Send No Flowers,” Sandra Brown

“Unspeakable,” Sandra Brown

“Doing It,” Melvin Burgess

“The Neon Rain,” James Lee Burke

“The Glister,” John Burnside

“Running with Scissors,” Augusten Burroughs

“Summer and the City,” Candace Bushnell

“The Carrie Diaries,” Candace Bushnell

“Kindred,” Octavia E. Butler

“Kindred: A Graphic Novel Adaptation,” Octavia E. Butler

“El Gigante Solitario,” Mary Cappellini

“Xenocide,” Orson Scott Card

“How Beautiful the Ordinary: Twelve Stories of Identity,” Michael Cart

“The Bloody Chamber and Other Stories,” Angela Carter

“Kisses From Hell,” Kristin Cast

“Chosen,” P.C. Cast

“Marked,” P.C. Cast

“The Big Sleep,” Raymond Chandler

“The Big Sleep; The High Window; The Lady in the Lake; The Long

Goodbye; Playback; Farewell, My Lovely,” Raymond Chandler

“Stories and Early Novels: Pulp Stories / The Big Sleep / Farewell My

Lovely / The High Window,” Raymond Chandler

“The Year of Living Awkwardly,” Emma Chastain

“Pieces,” Stephen Chbosky

“The Perks of Being a Wallflower,” Stephen Chbosky

“The Perks of Being a Wallflower YA edition,” Stephen Chbosky

“The Lady and the Unicorn,” Tracy Chevalier

“My Wicked Wicked Ways,” Sandra Cisneros

“The Tesla Testament,” Eugene Ciurana

“Chain Of Iron,” Cassandra Clare

“Chain Of Thorns,” Cassandra Clare

“Queen of Air and Darkness,” Cassandra Clare

“The Red Scrolls Of Magic,” Cassandra Clare

“Little Bee,” Chris Cleave

“The Girls,” Emma Cline

“Ready Player One,” Ernest Cline

“Scooter Girl,” Chynna Clugston-Flores

“Disgrace,” J.M. Coetzee

“Naomi and Ely’s No Kiss List,” Rachel Cohn

“Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist,” Rachel Cohn

“Finding Yvonne,” Brandy Colbert

“The Goats,” Brock Cole

“American Gangster,” Max Allan Collins

“Brules: A Novel,” Harry Combs

“The Lords of Discipline,” Pat Conroy

“Captain Marvel,” Gerry Conway

“Coma: A Novel,” Robin Cook

“Leviathan Wakes,” James S.A. Corey

“Heroes,” Robert Cormier

“Scarpetta,” Patricia Cornwell

“Three Complete Novels: Postmortem, Body Of Evidence, All That

Remains,” Patricia Cornwell

“Postmortem,” Patricia Cornwell

“Nearly Gone,” Elle Cosimano

“A Veil Removed,” Michelle Cox

“The Bondwoman’s Narrative,” Hannah Crafts

“First Semester,” Cecil R. Cross II

“Running Loose,” Chris Crutcher

“Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress,” Sijie Dai

“Esperanza Rising,” Julie Danneberg

“Cendrillon,” Luc Darbois

“Sir Apropos of Nothing,” Peter David

“The Westing Game,” Beatrice G. Davis

“Never Cry Werewolf,” Heather Davis

“Corelli’s Mandolin,” Louis de Bernieres

“Gates of Paradise,” Melissa de la Cruz

“Sunset Boulevard,” Zoey Dean

“Tall Cool One,” Zoey Dean

“American Beauty,” Zoey Dean

“The Feeling of Falling in Love,” Mason Deaver

“The Girl Before,” J.P. Delaney

“The Inheritance Of Loss,” Kiran Desai

“This Lullaby,” Sarah Dessen

“The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao,” Junot Díaz

“Blade Runner (do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep),” Philip K. Dick

“Don’t Get Caught,” Kurt Dinan

“Strangers She Knows,” Christina Dodd

“These Shallow Graves,” Jennifer Donnelly

“Room,” Emma Donoghue

“The Cases that Haunt Us,” John E. Douglas

“November Blues,” Sharon M. Draper

“Panic,” Sharon M. Draper

“House of Sand and Fog,” Andre Dubus III

“A Stolen Life: A Memoir,” Jaycee Dugard

“Submarine,” Joe Dunthorne

“Paso a Paso,” José Antonio Echeverria

“The Circle,” Dave Eggers

“Perfect Chemistry,” Simone Elkeles

“The Authority,” Warren Ellis

“Invisible Man,” Ralph Ellison

“The Gathering,” Anne Enright

“The Painter from Shanghai,” Jennifer Cody Epstein

“The Round House,” Louise Erdrich

“Sophomore Undercover,” Ben Esch

“Like Water For Chocolate,” Laura Esquivel

“Middlesex,” Jefferey Eugenides

“The Horse Whisperer,” Nicholas Evans

“Sleepless,” Thomas Fahy

“Ask the Dust,” John Fante

“Bad Days In History,” Michael Farquhar

“The Comedy Writer,” Peter Farrelly

“White Oleander,” Janet Fitch

“Madame Bovary,” Gustave Flaubert

“Dark Places,” Gillian Flynn

“Sharp Objects,” Gillian Flynn

“Separation of Power,” Vince Flynn

“Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close,” Jonathan Safran Foer

“The Carnival at Bray,” Jessie Ann Foley

“The Guest List,” Lucy Foley

“The Pillars of the Earth,” Ken Follett

“World Without End,” Ken Follett

“Come Back,” Claire Fontaine

“If I Stay,” Gayle Forman

“Just One Day,” Gayle Forman

“The Jane Austen Book Club,” Karen Fowler

“Joy Special of the Day,” Elaine Fox

“You Hear Me?,” Betsy Franco

“Palo Alto,” James Franco

“Dime,” E. R. Frank

“Cold Mountain,” Charles Frazier

“The Likeness,” Tana French

“Anansi Boys,” Neil Gaiman

“The House of Bernarda Alba,” Federico García Lorca

“Chronicle of a Death Foretold,” Gabriel García Márquez

“Love in the Time of Cholera,” Gabriel García Márquez

“Annie on My Mind,” Nancy Garden

“Killjoy,” Julie Garwood

“Eat, Pray, Love,” Elizabeth Gilbert

“Howl and Other Poems,” Allen Ginsberg

“Girl in Pieces,” Kathleen Glasgow

“Fat Kid Rules the World,” Kelly L. Going

“Bee Season,” Myla Goldberg

“Kenang-Kenangan Seorang Geisha (Memoirs of a Geisha),” Arthur Golden

“Memoirs of a Geisha,” Arthur Golden

“Sister Mischief,” Laura Goode

“A Reliable Wife,” Robert Goolrick

“Forever for a Year,” B.T. Gottfred

“The Handsome Girl & Her Beautiful Boy,” B.T. Gottfred

“The Nerdy and the Dirty,” B.T. Gottfred

“Tomorrow Girls,” Eva Gray

“An Abundance of Katherines,” John Green

“Looking for Alaska,” John Green

“Will,” John Grayson

“Paper Towns,” John Green

“Sex Plus: Learning, Loving and Enjoying Your Body,” Laci Green

“The Quiet American,” Graham Greene

“None Of The Above,” I.W. Gregorio

“Changeling,” Philippa Gregory

“The Other Boleyn Girl,” Philippa Gregory

“A Time to Kill,” John Grisham

“The Firm,” John Grisham

“John Grisham Value Collection: A Time to Kill, The Firm, The Client,”

John Grisham

“From Where I Watch You,” Shannon Grogan

“Water For Elephants,” Sara Gruen

“The Freedom Writers Diary,” Erin Gruwell

“Snow Falling On Cedars,” David Guterson

“A Map of the World,” Jane Hamilton

“We’ll Always Have Summer,” Jenny Han

“The World’s Strongest Librarian,” Joshua Hanagarne

“Fly Away,” Kristin Hannah

“The Art of Fielding,” Chad Harbach

“Jude the Obscure,” Thomas Hardy

“Chocolat,” Joanne Harris

“The Lollipop Shoes,” Joanne Harris

“The Silent Wife,” A.S.A. Harrison

“Plainsong,” Kent Haruf

“The Best 100 Poems of Gwen Harwood,” Gwen Harwood

“Necropolis,” Jordan L. Hawk

“Second Skin,” John Hawkes

“The Girl on the Train,” Paula Hawkins

“Catch-22,” Joseph Heller

“The Collected Plays,” Lillian Hellman

“Demian the Story of Emil Sinclairs Youth,” Hermann Hesse

“Demian. Die Geschichte von Emil Sinclairs Jugend.,” Hermann Hesse

“Siddhartha (Dual-Language),” Hermann Hesse

Siddhartha: A Novel,” Hermann Hesse

“Skin Tight,” Carl Hiaasen

“The Island,” Elin Hilderbrand

“Rethinking Normal: A Memoir in Transition,” Katie Rain Hill

“Here Comes Santa Claus,” Sandra Hill

“Royal Assassin,” Robin Hobb

“The Dress Lodger,” Sheri Holman

“Watch Me,” A.J. Holt

“November 9,” Colleen Hoover

“Heart Bones,” Colleen Hoover

“Hopeless,” Colleen Hoover

“It Ends With Us,” Colleen Hoover

“It Starts With Us,” Colleen Hoover

“Layla,” Colleen Hoover

“Losing Hope,” Colleen Hoover

“Regretting You,” Colleen Hoover

“Verity,” Colleen Hoover

“Confess,” Colleen Hoover

“Ugly Love,” Colleen Hoover

“Impulse,” Ellen Hopkins

“Burned,” Ellen Hopkins

“Collateral,” Ellen Hopkins

“Crank,” Ellen Hopkins

“Fallout,” Ellen Hopkins

“Identical,” Ellen Hopkins

“Love Lies Beneath,” Ellen Hopkins

“People Kill People,” Ellen Hopkins

“Perfect,” Ellen Hopkins

“Tilt,” Ellen Hopkins

“Tricks,” Ellen Hopkins

“I Never,” Laura Hopper

“The Changeling,” Kate Horsley

“The Kite Runner,” Khaled Hosseini

“A Thousand Splendid Suns,” Khaled Hosseini

“Taken at Dusk,” C.C. Hunter

“Brave New World,” Aldous Huxley

“M Butterfly,” David Henry Hwang

“Icy Sparks,” Gwyn Hyman Rubio

“A Widow for One Year: A Novel,” John Irving

“The World According to Garp,” John Irving

“Never Let Me Go,” Kazuo Ishiguro

“Bit of a Blur,” Alex James

“Fifty Shades Series,” E.L. James

“Green River Killer: A True Detective Story,” Jeff Jensen

“No One to Trust,” Iris Johansen

“All Boys Aren’t Blue,” George M. Johnson

“Truly Devious 3-Book Box Set,” Maureen Johnson

“The Graduate,” Terry Johnson

“Choice Words,” Peter H. Johnston

“The Recognition of Sakuntala,” Arthur William Ryder Kalidasa

“Scent of Danger,” Andrea Kane

“Confessions of a Not It Girl,” Melissa Kantor

“The Big Bad Wolf Tells All,” Donna Kauffman

“Milk and Honey,” Rupi Kaur

“The Sun and Her Flowers,” Rupi Kaur

“Summer in the City of Roses,” Michelle Ruiz Keil

“Street Dreams,” Faye Kellerman

“Mr. Ding’s Chicken Feet,” Gillian Kendall

“The DUFF: Designated Ugly Fat Friend,” Kody Keplinger

“YOU: A Nove,” Caroline Kepnes

“On The Road,” Jack Kerouac

“The Book of Longings,” Sue Monk Kidd

“Four Past Midnight,” Stephen King

“Dolores Claiborne,” Stephen King

“Lisey’s Story,” Stephen King

“Night Shift,” Stephen King

“The Drawing of the Three,” Stephen King

“The Wastelands,” Stephen King

“Under the Dome,” Stephen King

“Prodigal Summer: A Novel,” Barbara Kingsolver

“Confessions of a Shopaholic,” Sophie Kinsella

“Shopaholic and Baby,” Sophie Kinsella

“Fear the Hunters,” Robert Kirkman

“Miles Behind Us,” Robert Kirkman

“Don’t Say a Word,” Andrew Klavan

“Primary Colors,” Joe Klein

“Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs,” Chuck Klosterman

“Gender Queer: A Memoir,” Maia Kobabe

“City of Night,” Dean Koontz

“Twilight Eyes,” Dean Koontz

“The Bear Went Over the Mountain,” William Kotzwinkle

“Born on the Fourth of July,” Ron Kovic

“The Pirate,” Jayne Ann Krentz

“The Poppy War,” R F. Kuang

“Dark Triumph,” Robin La Fevers

“Grave Mercy,” Robin La Fevers

“The Namesake,” Jhumpa Lahiri

“I Know This Much Is True,” Wally Lamb

“Search for Safety,” Paul Langan

“Survivor,” Paul Langan

“Liar,” Justine Larbalestier

“My Sister Rosa,” Justine Larbalestier

“The Splendid and the Vile,” Erik Larson

“Recipe Box,” Sandra Lee

“Furyborn,” Claire Legrand

“Mystic River,” Dennis Lehane

“The Grass Is Singing,” Doris Lessing

“Another Day,” David Levithan

“Dexter Is Delicious,” Jeff Lindsay

“Last Night at the Telegraph Club,” Malinda Lo

“The Dirt on Sex,” Justin Lookadoo

“Character, Driven,” David Lubar

“The Bourne Identity,” Robert Ludlum

“The Robert Ludlum Value Collection: The Bourne Identity, The Bourne

Supremacy, The Bourne Ultimatum,” Robert Ludlum

“Brave New Girl,” Louisa Luna

“Game,” Barry Lyga

“I Hunt Killers,” Barry Lyga

“Boy Toy,” Barry Lyga

“A Court of Frost and Starlight,” Sarah J. Maas

“A Court of Mist and Fury,” Sarah J. Maas

“A Court of of Wings and Ruin,” Sarah J. Maas

“A Court of Silver Flames,” Sarah J. Maas

“A Court of Wings and Ruin,” Sarah J. Maas

“House of Earth and Blood,” Sarah J. Maas

“A Court of Thorns and Roses,” Sarah J. Maas

“Fall on Your Knees,” Ann-Marie MacDonald

“Easter Rising,” Michael Patrick MacDonald

“Guyaholic,” Carolyn Mackler

“The Hike,” Drew Magary

“Son of a Witch,” Gregor Maguire

“Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West,” Gregory Maguire

“Wicked: Memorias de una bruja mala,” Gregory Maguire

“The Natural,” Bernard Malamud

“Nectar in a Sieve,” Kamala Markandaya

“Slightly Single,” Wendy Markham

“Blue is the Warmest Color,” Jul Maroh

“A Game of Thrones,” George R.R. Martin

“A Dance with Dragons,” George R.R. Martin

“A Feast for Crows,” George R.R. Martin

“A Storm of Swords,” George R.R. Martin

“The Mystery Knight,” George R.R. Martin

“The Official A Game of Thrones Coloring Book,” George R.R. Martin

“A Clash of Kings,” George R.R. Martin

“Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling’s Disgustingly Dirty Joke Book,” Jackie Martling

“Paper Dollhouse,” Lisa M. Masterson

“Strange Intimacy,” Anne Mather

“Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour,” Morgan Matson

“The Secret Diary of Anne Boleyn,” Robin Maxwell

“The Good Lord Bird,” James McBride

“Perfect Fifths,” Megan McCafferty

“Second Helpings,” Megan McCafferty

“Freedom’s Choice,” Anne McCaffrey

“All the Pretty Horses,” Cormac McCarthy

“No Country for Old Men,” Cormac McCarthy

“Outer Dark,” Cormac McCarthy

“Man o’ War,” Cory McCarthy

“Sold,” Patricia McCormick

“The Revolution of Little Girls,” Blanche McCrary Boyd

“The Beauty Queen of Leenane,” Martin McDonagh

“Sophomore Switch,” Abby McDonald

“Amsterdam,” Ian McEwan

“Atonement,” Ian McEwan

“On Chesil Beach,” Ian McEwan

“Duquesa by Default,” Maura McGiveny

“Beautiful Disaster,” Jamie McGuire

“The Memory of Running,” Ron McLarty

“Lonesome Dove,” Larry McMurtry

“Everything You Want Me to Be,” Mindy Mejia

“Talking in the Dark,” Billy Merrell

“Life and Death: Twilight Reimagined,” Stephenie Meyer

“Pretty Woman,” Fern Michaels

“The Real Deal,” Fern Michaels

“The Authority,” Mark Millar

“Circe,” Madeline Miller

“The Song of Achilles: A Novel,” Madeline Miller

“Paradise Lost and Paradise Regained (The Signet Classic Poetry

Series),” John Milton

“Paradise Lost,” John Milton

“Let’s Talk About It: The Teen’s Guide to Sex, Relationships, and

Being a Human (A Graphic Novel),” Erika Moen

“All My Friends Are Dead,” Avery Monsen

“Watchmen,” Alan Moore

“Camp Confidential,” Melissa J. Morgan

“The Year of Secret Assignments,” Jaclyn Moriarty

“The Center of Everything,” Laura Moriarty

“Seikai 1,” Hiroyuki Morioka

“The Bluest Eye,” Toni Morrison

“Beloved,” Toni Morrison

“Paradise,” Toni Morrison

“Song of Solomon,” Toni Morrison

“Kafka on the Shore,” Haruki Murakami

“Heart of Stone,” C.E. Murphy

“Dead End,” Jason Myers

“Street Love,” Walter Dean Myers

“Peace, Love, and Baby Ducks,” Lauren Myracle

“Rhymes with Witches,” Lauren Myracle

“Shine,” Lauren Myracle

“L8R G8R,” Lauren Myracle

“The Infinite Moment of Us,” Lauren Myracle

“ttfn,” Lauren Myracle

“TTYL,” Lauren Myracle

“yolo,” Lauren Myracle

“The Art of Hana-Kimi,” Hisaya Nakajo

“Skin,” Donna Jo Napoli

“Linden Hills,” Gloria Naylor

“The Men of Brewster Place,” Gloria Naylor

“The Women of Brewster Place,” Gloria Naylor

“Like a Love Story,” Abdi Nazemian

“Getting Somewhere,” Beth Neff

“On the Volcano,” James Nelson

“Suite Francaise,” Irene Nemirovsky

“The Sympathizer,” Viet Thanh Nguyen

“We Are All Made of Molecules,” Susin Nielsen-Fernlund

“Holding Up the Universe,” Jennifer Niven

“Breathless,” Jennifer Niven

“Everlasting,” Alyson Noël

“Evermore,” Alyson Noël

“Night Star,” Alyson Noël

“Where I end and You Begin,” Preston Norton

“Sweat,” Lynn Nottage

“Plague in the Mirror,” Deborah Noyes

“Back Roads,” Tawni O’Dell

“Beasts,” Joyce Carol Oates

“The Assignation: Stories,” Joyce Carol Oates

“We Were the Mulvaneys,” Joyce Carol Oates

“Panic,” Lauren Oliver

“Before I Fall,” Lauren Oliver

“When the Emperor was Divine,” Julie Otsuka

“Ars Amatoria,”  Ovid

“Metamorphoses,”  Ovid

“Where the Crawdads Sing,” Delia Owens

“Choke,” Chuck Palahniuk

“Invisible Monsters Remix,” Chuck Palahniuk

“Lullaby,” Chuck Palahniuk

“In Order to Live,” Yeonmi Park

“The Dogs of Babel,” Carolyn Parkhurst

“Learning Tree,” Gordon Parks

“Bel Canto,” Ann Patchett

“The Patron Saint of Liars,” Ann Patchett

“Honeymoon,” James Patterson

“Private,” James Patterson

“Sail,” James Patterson

“Sam’s Letters to Jennifer,” James Patterson

“Sideways,” Alexander Payne

“A Day No Pigs Would Die,” Robert Newton Peck

“The Leftovers,” Tom Perrotta

“Out Stealing Horses,” Per Petterson

“Prague,” Arthur Phillips

“Fishtailing,” Wendy Phillips

“A Spark of Light,” Jodi Picoult

“Handle with Care,” Jodi Picoult

“Picture Perfect,” Jodi Picoult

“The Pact: A Love Story,” Jodi Picoult

“The Storyteller,” Jodi Picoult

“The Tenth Circle,” Jodi Picoult

“Nineteen Minutes,” Jodi Picoult

“A Year and a Day,” Leslie Pietrzyk

“Thirst No. 1,” Christopher Pike

“Thirst No. 2,” Christopher Pike

“Thirst No. 4,” Christopher Pike

“Thirst No. 5,” Christopher Pike

“Into White,” Randi Pink

“It Doesn’t Have to Be Awkward: Dealing with Relationships, Consent,

and Other Hard-to-Talk-About Stuff,” Drew Pinsky

“Yes Please,” Amy Poehler

“Tinisima,” Elena Poniatowska

“Behind the Shadows,” Patricia Potter

“The Whistling Toilets,” Randy Powell

“The Cabin,” Natasha Preston

“The Cellar,” Natasha Preston

“Caves Graves,” Natalie Prior

“Jane Swann’s Way,” Marcel Proust

“La Belle Sauvage,” Philip Pullman

“Burning Glass,” Kathryn Purdie

“The Family,” Mario Puzo

“Gabi, a Girl in Pieces,” Isabel Quintero

“The Elegant Gathering of White Snows,” Kris Radish

“The Fountainhead,” Ayn Rand

“Modern Love,” Andrew Rannells

“Punkzilla,” Adam Rapp

“Beautiful,” Amy Reed

“The Cute Girl Network,” M.K. Reed

“Such a Fun Age,” Kiley Reid

“The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo,” Taylor Jenkins Reid

“Stop in the Name of Pants!,” Louise Rennison

“Stone Fox,” John Reynolder

“Wide Sargasso Sea,” Jean Rhys

“The Vampire Armand,” Anne Rice

“The Witching Hour,” Anne Rice

“Life,” Keith Richards

“Juliet Takes a Breath,” Gabby Rivera

“Redeeming Love,” Francine Rivers

“The Atonement Child,” Francine Rivers

“Gulp: Adventures on the Alimentary Canal,” Mary Roach

“Birthright,” Nora Roberts

“The True and Outstanding Adventures of the Hunt Sisters,” Elisabeth Robinson

“Normal People,” Sally Rooney

“Jack of Hearts (and other parts),” L.C. Rosen

“Portnoy’s Complaint,” Philip Roth

“The Casual Vacancy,” J.K. Rowling

“The God of Small Things,” Arundhati Roy

“All of Us with Wings,” Michelle Ruiz Keil

“Elegies for Angels Punks and Raging Queens,” Bill Russell

“The Dead-Tossed Waves,” Carrie Ryan

“Leviathan Wakes,” James S.A. Corey

“And They Lived …,” Steven Salvatore

“Bait,” Alex Sanchez

“Once a King, Always a King,” Reymundo Sanchez

“Option B,” Sheryl Sandberg

“The Fool’s Run,” John Sandford

“Vampire, Interupted,” Lynsay Sands

“Push,”  Sapphire

“Blindness,” José Saramago

“Jesus Land: A Memoir,” Julia Scheeres

“Uses for Boys,” Erica Lorraine Scheidt

“The Reader,” Bernard Schlink

“The Beginning of Everything,” Robyn Schneider

“Bully,” Jim Schutze

“The Invisible Life of Addie La Rue,” V.E. Schwab

“The Gift of Forgiveness,” Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt

“Living Dead Girl: A Novel,” Elizabeth Scott

“Lucky,” Alice Sebold

“The Lovely Bones,” Alice Sebold

“Naked,” David Sedaris

“Peony in Love,” Lisa See

“Writing My Wrongs,” Shaka Senghor

“Equus,” Peter Shaffer

“Skin and Bones,” Sherry Shahan

“Demon Apocalypse,” Darren Shan

“Forbidden Knowledge,” Roger Shattuck

“Tweak,” Nic Sheff

“The Stone Diaries,” Carol Shields

“Sea Glass: A Novel,” Anita Shreve

“Alichino,” Kouyu Shurei

“The Food Chain,” Nicky Silver

“If I Was Your Girl,” Ni-Ni Simone

“Wilder,” Andrew Simonet

“The Straight Girl’s Guide to Sleeping with Chicks,” Jen Sincero

“The Silence and the Roar,” Nihad Sirees

“The Primal Blueprint,” Mark Sisson

“Prep: A Novel,” Curtis Sittenfeld

“You Think It, I’ll Say It,” Curtis Sittenfeld

“Stay In Line,” Teddy Slaterguess

“A Thousand Acres,” Jane Smiley

“The Way I used to Be,” Amber Smith

“Joy in the Morning,” Betty Smith

“Tree Grows In Brooklyn,” Betty Smith

“The Geography of Girlhood,” Kirsten Smith

“Betwixt,” Tara Bray Smith

“Anatomy of a Boyfriend,” Daria Snadowsky

“Sadar’s Keep,” Midori Snyder

“No Visible Bruises,” Rachel Louise Snyder

“MARS,” Fuyumi Soryo

“Summer on Wheels,” Gary Soto

“The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie,” Muriel Spark

“It Happened to Nancy,” Beatrice Sparks

“At First Sight,” Nicholas Sparks

“Message in a Bottle,” Nicholas Sparks

“Nights in Rodanthe,” Nicholas Sparks

“The Guardian,” Nicholas Sparks

“The Rescue,” Nicholas Sparks

“The Wedding,” Nicholas Sparks

“Small Town Girl,” Lavyrle Spencer

“Everyone likes Eggs,” Jerry Spinelli

“Star (French Edition),” Danielle Steel

“The Gift,” Danielle Steel

“East of Eden,” John Steinbeck

“Still Missing,” Chevy Stevens

“Earth (the book) A Visitors Guide to the Human Race,” Jon Stewart

“Every Last Word,” Tamara Ireland Stone

“Marcelo in the Real World,” Francisco X. Stork

“Until the Twelfth of Never,” Bella Stumbo

“Sophie’s Choice,” William Styron

“We Should Hang Out Sometime,” Josh Sundquist

“The Kitchen God’s Wife,” Amy Tan

“The Valley of Amazement,” Amy Tan

“American Colonies,” Alan Taylor

“Just Friends,” Billy Taylor

“The Spectacular Now,” Tim Tharp

“Concrete Rose,” Angie Thomas

“The Loners,” Lex Thomas

“Picking Cotton,” Jennifer Thompson-Cannino

“Blankets,” Craig Thompson

“First Time,” Meg Tilly

“Sigh, Gone,” Phuc Tran

“Milk Glass Moon,” Adriana Trigiani

“Stuck in Neutral,” Terry Trueman

“The RattleRat,” Janwillem Van de Wetering

“Red Thunder,” John Varley

“Sia Martinez and the Moonlit Beginning of Everything,” Raquel Vasquez Gilliland

“Y: The Last Man,” Brian K. Vaughan

“When We Make It,” Elisabet Velasquez

“The Covenant of Water,” Abraham Verghese

“Shojo Beat,”  Viz Media

“Dicey’s Song,” Cynthia Voight

“All I Want is Everything,” Cecily Von Ziegesar

“Don’t You Forget about Me,” Cecily Von Ziegesar

“Tempted,” Cecily Von Ziegesar

“You Know You Love Me,” Cecily Von Ziegesar

“It Had To Be You,” Cecily Von Ziegesar

“Slaughterhouse-Five,” Kurt Vonnegut Jr.

“Slaughterhouse-Five: The Graphic Novel,” Kurt Vonnegut Jr.

“The Color Purple,” Alice Walker

“Black White and Jewish,” Rebecca Walker

“We All Looked Up,” Tommy Wallach

“A Thousand Country Roads: An Epilogue to The Bridges of Madison

County,” Robert James Waller

“The Bridges of Madison County,” Robert James Waller

“The Glass Castle,” Jeannette Walls

“Stargazing,” Jen Wang

“Salvage the Bones,” Jesmyn Ward

“Numbers,” Rachel Ward

“Something Worth Saving,” Sandi Ward

“The Graduate,” Charles Webb

“Girl Boy Etc,” Michael Weinreb

“Chasing Harry Winston,” Lauren Weisberger

“Little Altars Everywhere: A Novel,” Rebecca Wells

“A Certain Slant of Light,” Laura Whitcomb

“The Professor and the Madman,” Simon Winchester

“Happiness Sold Separately,” Lolly Winston

“A Man in Full,” Tom Wolfe

“The Interestings,” Meg Wolitzer

“Turkish Delight,” Jan Wolkers

“Brighter than Gold,” Cynthia Wright

“Native Son,” Richard Wright

“Blu’s Hanging,” Lois-Ann Yamanaka

“Revolutionary Road,” Richard Yates

“Armageddon Summer,” Jane Yolen

“The Sun Is Also a Star,” Nicola Yoon

“Everything, Everything,” Nicola Yoon

“Nothing But Your Ski,” Cathy Ytak

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