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Pack up the moon —Higgins, Kristan, author.

"Twelve letters. That's what Lauren decides to leave her husband when she finds out she's dying. Twelve letters to see him through the first year without her, and to lead him on a heartrending, beautiful, often humorous ...

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society —Shaffer, Mary Ann, author.

As London is emerging from the shadow of World War II, writer Juliet Ashton discovers her next subject in a book club on Guernsey--a club born as a spur-of-the-moment alibi after its members are discovered breaking curfe...

Things we didn't say —Green, Amy Lynn, author.

"In this epistolary novel from the WWII home front, Johanna Berglund is forced to return to her small Midwestern town to become a translator at a German prisoner of war camp. There, amid old secrets and prejudice, she fi...

We need to talk about Kevin : a novel —Shriver, Lionel.

The mother of an incarcerated teenager who murdered seven of his fellow high school students tells of his upbringing and her own shortcomings in a series of letters to her estranged husband.

Take me with you when you go —Levithan, David, author.

"Ezra Ahern wakes up one day to find his older sister, Bea, gone. No note, no sign, nothing but an email address hidden somewhere only he would find it. Ezra never expected to be left behind with their abusive stepfather...

The color purple —Walker, Alice, 1944-

This book tells the story of Celie. Raped by the man she calls father, her two children taken from her and forced into an ugly marriage, she pours out her feelings in letters to God, but has no one to talk to, until she ...

TBH, too much drama —Greenwald, Lisa, author.

Best friends Cecily, Gabby, and Prianka face drama in the last days of school as a meme goes viral, their mothers take them bra shopping together, and Cecily develops her first crush. Told entirely in text messages, emai...

Letters to Amelia : a novel —Zier-Vogel, Lindsay, author.

"Grace Porter is reeling from grief after her partner of seven years unexpectedly leaves. Amidst her heartache, the 30 year-old library tech is tasked with reading newly discovered letters that Amelia Earhart wrote to he...

TBH, I don't want to say good-bye —Greenwald, Lisa, author.

When summer break brings BIG changes, these BFFs 4EVA may end up saying good-bye 4EVA in the eighth and final book in this popular middle-grade series told entirely in text messages, emojis, and passed notes. TBH, Cece, ...

TBH, you know what I mean —Greenwald, Lisa, author.

TBH, sometimes boys say dumb things about girls. And Cece is sick of it! When she leads a super-successful event at school to raise awareness, everyone starts looking to her to take charge-- of everything. Prianka needs ...

Together we will go : a novel —Straczynski, J. Michael, 1954- author.

"Nick Hornby meets Chuck Palahniuk in this powerful, provocative, and heartfelt epistolary novel from New York Times bestselling and award-winning author J. Michael Straczynski. Life has other plans for a group of strang...

Get a grip, Vivy Cohen! —Kapit, Sarah, author.

Eleven-year-old knuckleball pitcher Vivy Cohen, who has autism, becomes pen pals with her favorite Major League baseball player after writing a letter to him as an assignment for her social skills class.

Brotherhood —Mbougar Sarr, Mohamed, 1990- author.

"The imaginary country of Sumal is a happy place, until, that is, it's taken hostage by a fundamentalist jihadist organization called The Brotherhood. The populace quickly becomes locked in a climate of violence, falling...

Dear Jo : the story of losing Leah--and searching for hope —Kilbourne, Christina, 1967-

Maxine and her best friend Leah used to have so much fun chatting with boys online. They have lied about their ages and where they live. But when Leah disappears, Max realizes that they aren't the only ones telling lies ...

Dear Sister —McGhee, Alison, 1960- author.

Brother chronicles life with his frequently-annoying Sister, from the time she is born until she is ten and he leaves for college, through a series of letters and drawings.

P.S. I miss you —Petro-Roy, Jen, author.

Forbidden to contact her pregnant sister after her strict Catholic parents send her to stay with a great-aunt, Evie secretly sends her letters, writing about their family, her life, and the new girl in school, June, who ...

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