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The Truth Keeper is set during the Holocaust, and Fritz, a young Nazi boy is very passionate about being a good Aryan, but internally he thinks killing Jews and Communists is wrong; however, he has never told anyone that. 
 
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The Splendid Secrets of 66 Lilly Pilly Lane starts in a diamond mine with a blind girl named Chia. She is digging diamonds for her evil stepmother Pricilla. The story continues with a rescue for Chia, and she ends up at 66 Lilly Pilly Lane. There, some creatures help her and give her a great gift, but she remembers her sister is at the castle and asks her new friends to help rescue her. The friends have one condition: they want Pricilla’s heart. The rest of the story involves rescues, escapes, and magical creatures. Read the book to find out all the details!

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Once problems started to happen in the antediluvian nation of Greece, just a sacrifice of a youthful woman to Poseidon, the god of the sea, would appease his wrath. The land vibrated with earthquakes while the streams went on its course in a parched way, producing a famine throughout the kingdom. The king’s daughter, Thalassai, was then abducted by someone who was a representative for the town that was experiencing the disaster so that she could be used as the sacrifice.

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A Properly Unhaunted Place is a book about a girl named Rosa Diaz and her mom, who are ghost appeasement specialists. They move to Ingot, a town that is known for no hauntings or ghosts. They wonder why and how that could be. Rosa does not like it in Ingot, and her new "house," which is a basement below the Ingot Public Library, doesn't meet her standards because there are no windows and no natural light. On the other hand, Jasper Chevalier was born, raised, and lived in Ingot. He is new to ghosts since there are none in his town.

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