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Weekly Schedule 08/22 – 08/28

BOOKS ON AIR:

Best Selling Non-Fiction: THE MIND’S EYE  written by Oliver Sachs

Great Literature: THE TOWN written by Conrad Richter

Best Selling Fiction: FRENCH BRAID written by Anne Tyler

Contemporary Classics: THE PEOPLE’S HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES written by Howard Zinn

The Book off the Shelf:  JOE written by Larry Brown

Little Free Library Book: THE LAST SONG written by Nicholas Sparks

The Random Book: AN HOUR BEFORE DAYLIGHT written by Jimmy Carter

Children’s Book:  THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS written by Kenneth Grahame

Young Adult Literature: THE FARTHEST SHORE written by Ursula K. LeGuin

The Self-Help Book: WAKING THE TIGER: HEALING TRAUMA written by Peter A Levine

Mystery Hour: SYCAMORE ROW written by John Grisham

WRBH After Dark: WANDERLUST written by Danielle Steele

Spanish Book: La Conjura De Los Necios  written by John Kennedy Toole

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