PBS’ The Great American Read Card Catalog Reviews- WEEK 10

In Search of the End of the Sidewalk has teamed up with the Berryville, Arkansas library for this summer’s “The Great American Read” with PBS. The goal for Berryville residents is to have one Card Catalog Review for each of the 100 books on PBS’ list. (You can find the list here.)  Each Saturday, In Search of the End of the Sidewalk will post a roundup of all of the reviews that came in during the week.

Summer stats:
Week 1– 3 books (97 to go), Week 2– 5 books (92 to go), Week 3- 5 books (87 to go), Week 4– 4 books (83 to go), Week 5- 5 books (78 to go!), Week 6– 5 books, Week 7- 5 books Week 8– 5 books, Week 9– 5 books (58 left on the list. Can we do it?)

A Prayer for Owen Meany by John Irving

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Purchase A Prayer for Owen Meany here

Where the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls

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Purchase Where the Red Fern Grows here

The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

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Purchase The Da Vinci Code here

Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte

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Purchase Wuthering Heights here

Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling

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Purchase Harry Potter here

 

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