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Episode 7: Accused Warden's Story Full of Holes

The YA Sisterhood

Release Date: 11/08/2019

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This week, we're discussing the beloved book "Holes" by Louis Sacher! This book is such a classic, and we're going to talk about why. Yes, some consider this to be a children's book and some consider it to be young adult fiction, we'll talk about that in the episode.

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This week, we're discussing the beloved book "Holes" by Louis Sacher! This book is such a classic, and we're going to talk about why. Yes, some consider this to be a children's book and some consider it to be young adult fiction, we'll talk about that in the episode.

Check us out on social media to continue the conversation, or to guess our next book!