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Yuki_Onna
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 💙😱🖤 6d
Eggs 💙🤍🖤 6d
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Conservio
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coming back to some old stomping grounds.

#parenting #outside #nonfiction

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Yuki_Onna
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Eggs 📘🩵 🌊 1w
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SW-T
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Pickpick

A great reminder to get out of our comfort zones and try a new thing. The thing doesn‘t have to be a big thing. Something as simple as trying a new food item, changing your walking route or wearing a color you don‘t usually wear.

#nonfiction

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Yuki_Onna
Boarding completed | Andreas Fecker
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Eggs 🩵 ✈️ 💙 2w
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Daisey
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Pickpick

I‘ve enjoyed listening to this book, but it didn‘t quite live up to my expectations. There is a fascinating story here of the horses‘ movement and survival throughout the war as well as the people that kept them safe. However, I wanted more about the ones that remained in Europe along with the ones that came to the U.S. after.

📷: Photos from recent walks as I listened.

#audiobook #audiowalk #nonfiction #WWII

dabbe 🖤🐾🖤 3w
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Monica5
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Mehso-so

Not my favorite Gregg Olsen True Crime book. It's his first one he wrote, and I can tell how much he has grown as a writer.

#awesomeapril Readathon #readaway2024 #truecrime #nonfiction

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Daisey
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Pickpick

This was an interesting book about symbols we use in writing, their history from handwritten manuscripts to modern printing, and further changes with online text. I especially enjoyed the chapters on the pilcrow, octothorpe, and manicule, all of which I also think qualify as weird words. I was not as interested in the discussion of irony and sarcasm and attempts to identify them in print.

#nonfiction #audiobook
#WeirdWords #WeirdWordWednesday

CBee Definitely weird words! Very cool 😊 3w
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Monica5
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Mehso-so

I did the audiobook on this one. I liked the narrator. He changed his face with the characters that are included in the book. That being said, I didn't enjoy this one as much as O'Reilly's other books.

It's more off short biographies on the Wild West Characters he included. The usual suspects as Billy the Kid, Doc Holliday, Jesse James, Annie Oakley, etc. I did like the fact he included Bass Reeves. You usually don't read about the ⬇️

Monica5 first black wild West man. The Lone Ranger is supposedly based on Reeves' life. I also learned that Annie Oakley wanted to lead a group of women in WWII.

#audiobook #nonfiction #awesomeapril Readathon 1

4w
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lazydaizee
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A fun and educational book for children. Please click on the link to read my review of this interesting book
https://discover.hubpages.com/literature/the-worlds-first-rollercoaster
#childrensbooks
#nonfiction
#fun
#educational