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Books by Clint Hill: Historical Memoirs

Recommendation written by an anonymous Beulah Library patron Clint Hill's stories are amazing, to say the least. You will feel every emotion possible while reading¬†Five Presidents, that follows Clint's time with the secret service, mainly on the president's detail.¬†Five Days in November will leave you heartbroken as Clint recalls the days prior, day of, and … Continue reading Books by Clint Hill: Historical Memoirs

For historical fiction fans: The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris

Recommendation written by an anonymous Beulah Library patron This book is a different take on life in a concentration camp. Lale is the person who has to tattoo the newest prisoners to Auschwitz and Birkenau. Due to his job, he gets some special privileges that the other prisoners do not. The story follows Lale from … Continue reading For historical fiction fans: The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris

For autobiography fans: Cold Hands, Warm Heart by Jeff King

Recommendation written by Paula Battest This book is an easy and entertaining read that both men and women will enjoy. Jeff King lives in Alaska and has won the famous Iditarod Sled Dog Race numerous times. This book is a collection of entertaining, heart-warming, and hair-raising stories about his experiences. His sense of humor comes … Continue reading For autobiography fans: Cold Hands, Warm Heart by Jeff King

For historical fiction fans: Sold on a Monday by Kristina McMorris

Recommendation written by Sally Battest This story is based on a true newspaper article about how people gave away or sold their children in the 30s. Sometimes due to health or unavoidable circumstances, they were placed in children's homes and adopted, without the parents' consent. Though this story is fiction based on life of a … Continue reading For historical fiction fans: Sold on a Monday by Kristina McMorris

For youth and teens: Caddie Woodlawn by Carol Ryrie Brink

Recommendation written by Chloe Harrington Based on the true stories of the author's grandmother, "Caddie Woodlawn" follows the adventures and mishaps of Caddie, the book's tomboy heroine, and her brothers Tom and Warren. They run into many difficult challenges (and some silly ones) including pigeon hunting, school trouble, scalp belts, a snobbish city cousin, and … Continue reading For youth and teens: Caddie Woodlawn by Carol Ryrie Brink

For teen science fiction fans: Maximum Ride by James Patterson

Recommendation written by Isabella Dunkley I love this book! I simply ate it up! I got almost the whole rest of the series while I was on the second book! All about a group of kids/teens that are being chased by what they call the "school." They also have wings, might I add! It's on … Continue reading For teen science fiction fans: Maximum Ride by James Patterson

For adults: Les Miserables by Victor Hugo

Recommendation written by Cheryl Jelleberg This novel is about human nature, perseverance, strength, commitment, faith, loyalty, and much more. It takes the reader through a period in France where leaders, through the common man, experience a tumultuous time and change the direction their county is heading. It's well written by a prolific author of the … Continue reading For adults: Les Miserables by Victor Hugo