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May 23Liked by Jeff Rennicke

A delayed response, but I would choose "Until Today" by Iyanla Vanzant. It holds daily devotions for spiritual grown and peace of mind. Once finished, the read begins again.

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May 17Liked by Jeff Rennicke

My Life in Dog Years by Gary Paulsen

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End of the Lupine Season by Laurie Otis for some local flavor and A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles for literary brilliance and great storytelling (IMHO).

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May 15Liked by Jeff Rennicke

Thanks so much for volunteering this wonderful scenario and in that setting! I’d recommend Sea Wolf by Jack London

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May 15Liked by Jeff Rennicke

Great Lakes Rocks, 4 Billion Years of Geological History in the Great Lakes Region, by Stephen E. Kesler.

I have a sailboat on Lake Michigan (Door peninsula area) and have always been curious about the geological features I see when out on the water - or traveling anywhere in this beautiful region of the country.

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May 15Liked by Jeff Rennicke

Mark Nepo, The Book of Awakening. A marvelous poet and thinker

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AWE by Dacher Keltner. An extraordinary look at the science of awe and the miracles of our sensory systems.🩷

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