How to Train Your Dragon

Book 2 How to Be a Pirate
By Cressida Cowell

As this sequel to How to Train Your Dragon opens, Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III and his fellow trainees find themselves on a ship during a severe storm. The reason? The boys are learning Sword Fighting at Sea. However, before they can complete their lesson, the...

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Hidden Fires

By Sandra Brown

I’m becoming quite a fan of Sandra Brown. Hidden Fires, like many of Ms. Brown’s books, has a delightful love story of two reluctant people with a strong physical attraction to each other. It is her formula and it works. In Hidden Fires we meet...

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Hate List

By Jennifer Brown

Hate List is the story of what is left behind when the dust settles after a school shooting, and those who are left pick up the pieces of their fragile and newly broken lives. Valerie's boyfriend opened fire in the school cafeteria nearly 6 months...

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Hawk Quest

By Robert Lyndon

Now, I have to admit that realistic historical fiction books are not in my top few genres. If I read a historical fiction, I prefer it to be a naughty Victorian or Regency romance. However, Hawk Quest by Robert Lyndon may have just turned me...

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Hug Time

By Patrick McDonnell

“Hug Time” written by Patrick McDonnell is a cute story that is short and to the point, yet it has a great message to share with young children. Jules, a little kitten, wants to give the whole world a hug. After making a hug to-do...

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Hop

Chicks Versus Bunnies
By Kirsten Mayer and Bill Robinson

Way down under Easter Island the Easter Bunny has his factory of eggs, chocolate and everything anyone needs to celebrate Easter. All his associates live there too; mainly the bunnies, and the chicks that play a very important part in each Easter celebration. The Easter...

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How to Rock Braces and Glasses

CD version
By Meg Haston

“Say what you wanted about Molly’s extracurricular outfits; at least she had the guts to take a fashion risk. It was the thing that had drawn me to her last year, at the start of middle school. Marquette forced all incoming sixth graders to attend...

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Hell and Gone

By Duane Swierczynski

Charlie Hardy has had a bad couple of years. Not only did he catch his wife cheating, but the Albanian mob tried to kill the family. In hiding and under the protection of the FBI, Charlie works as security--watching the homes of the wealthy while...

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Hollywood Hills

A Novel
By Joseph Wambaugh and Christian Rummel

Hollywood Hills takes the reader into the world of art, drugs, and teenage robbers. Art dealer, Nigel Wickland, is experiencing hard times due to the economy. He is on the verge of bankruptcy but has come up with a plan. One of his clients owns...

Hitch 22

A Memoir
By ChristopherHitchens

I volunteered to review Christopher Hitchens CD’s because I agreed with his excellent writings. As an atheist I wanted a better understanding of him as a person. The why, what, where, how, and who that defined each person is what I ask guests on my...