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Veebee
Letter To My Daughter | Maya Angelou
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Listened to Maya Angelou reading her own book in her mesmerizing voice. She speaks from the heart and speaks to the heart. The book has several anecdotes about people she met at various junctures of her life who shaped her journey and from whom she learnt something. Very inspiring listen !

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Erica5
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A book and a beer. Trying to distract myself from beginning the 2022/23 school year tomorrow.

kspenmoll So soon? Hopefully you get out earlier than we do in CT. 2w
Erica5 @kspenmoll our students start the 22nd, but I go back for classroom set up and school year prep. Setting my alarm is brutal 😭😂 2w
HellyStiletto See you in a little while! 😭 2w
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CuriousG
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#bookhaul for today. Not a huge stack, but a great Maya Angelou find. I've read several Lisa Genova novels so have high hopes for this one too, and Family Trust just seemed like a good concept. The blurb saying it's like a mash-up between The Nest and Crazy Rich Asians had me completely sold!

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catsuit_mango
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Heat wave food, and a re-read before reading the other Maya Angelou biographical books.

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DMC_run8
Mom and Me and Mom | Maya Angelou
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Maya Angelou's mom was a pistol!

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fredamans
Untitled | Anonymous
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TheSpineView Beautiful poem! 1mo
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fredamans
Untitled | Anonymous
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Eggs 🧡👑🧡 1mo
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CRR
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This is the second book of an autobiographical series from Maya Angelou. I found it difficult to read because she experiences so many challenges and hardships. It‘s unlike anything I know. I am learning and thinking because of her.

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Maggie4483
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Finished my June #DoubleSpin. This book (and really everything Dr. Angelou wrote) is so quotable. I just love her so much.

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 2mo
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Maggie4483
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“When I was three and Bailey four, we arrived in the musty little town, wearing tags on our wrists which instructed-“To Whom It May Concern”-that we were Marguerite and Bailey Johnson Jr., from Long Beach, California, en route to Stamps, Arkansas, c/o Mrs. Annie Henderson.”

#FirstLineFridays @ShyBookOwl