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JULY 2020 MONTHLY RECAP: What did you learn in July, and which of them have been your fav…

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JULY 2020 MONTHLY RECAP: What did you learn in July, and which of them have been your favorites? Mine have been WHAT YOU WISH FOR, THE WOMAN BEFORE WALLIS, and THE HENNA ARTIST. Here is my lists:

1. BETWEEN THE WORLD AND ME by Ta-Nahisi Coates (Four stars)

2. WITHOUT MERIT by Colleen Hoover (Three stars)

3. I AM NOT YOUR PERFECT MEXICAN DAUGHTER by Erika L. Sánchez (Four stars)

4. THE LOST AND FOUND BOOKSHOP by Susan Wiggs (Four stars)

5. THE HENNA ARTIST by Alka Joshi (Four stars)

6. WHAT YOU WISH FOR by Katherine Heart (5 stars)

7. THE SAFE PLACE by Anna Downes (Four stars)

8. SOUTH OF THE BUTTONWOOD TREE by Heather Webber (Four stars)

9. THE VACATION by T.M. Logan (Four stars)

10. THE WOMAN BEFORE WALLIS by Bryn Turnbull (Four stars)

11. THE ORPHAN COLLECTOR by Ellen Marie Wiseman (Four stars)

12. ACROSS THE WINDING RIVER by Aimie Ok. Runyan (Four stars)