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  1. Everybody Needs A Rock by Byrd Baylor, illustrated by Peter Parnall
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    The narrator provides 10 rules for finding a perfect rock, such as, "Rule Number 2: When you are looking at rocks don't let mothers or fathers or sisters or brothers or even best friends talk to you. You should choose a rock when everything is quiet. Don't let dogs bark at you or bees buzz at you. But if they do, DON'T WORRY. (The worst thing you can do is go rock hunting when you are worried.)"
  2. Twelve Kinds of Ice by Ellen Bryan Obed, illustrated by Barbara McClintock
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    Obed recounts the first fragile ice of fall that formed on pails of water in her family's barn, the garden ice her father crafted into a skating rink in their yard (magical), the dream ice that never melted, and the variations in between that shaped her childhood winters.
  3. The Bible
    A whole lotta listing.
    Suggested by @stars
  4. 13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher
    A girl telling you the reasons for her suicide, which she recorded before her death. A story told from the point of view of the boy who loved her - I can't even tell how many times I cried, but... 13, I guess?
    Suggested by @mayla