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Hi everyone, I am looking for examples of fiction and non-fiction books being currently read in Maine middle schools. The titles of any history or social studies textbooks would be especially helpful. Any insight would be appreciated. Thank you, 

Isabel Turk
Director
Parsons Memorial Library
27 Saco Rd.
Alfred, ME. 04002
207-324-2001

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