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Cozy up with these books for the month of November

Posted at 5:36 PM, Nov 09, 2020

November is time we turn our attention to loved ones and the holiday spirit. Melissa Dalton Martinez, Host & Book Reviewer for The Book Break, has three great books you should be reading this month:

1. "MISSING: A World War II Story of Love, Friendships, Courage, and Survival" by Kenneth D. Evans. With Veteran's Day coming up on November 11th, this book makes a great gift to honor all of our service men and women. It's also a wonderful book for anyone that enjoys reading historical books, love stories, and survival stories.

2. "Miracle Creek Christmas" by Krista Jensen. This is a heart-warming, proper romance novel that's perfect for this time of year as temperatures get colder and we start thinking of the holidays.

3. 3. "Grandparenting on Purpose: Fresh Ideas, Activities, and Traditions for Connecting with Grandchildren Near and Far" by M. Winston Egan & Linda Egan. This book gives fresh ideas and activities that help grandparents better connect and make good memories with their grandchildren. Winston and Linda started writing this book together a few years ago to give other grandparents ideas that they had accumulated throughout the years while doing activities with their large family.

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