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TrishB
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#merseyparadise #redroseseptember
Not tagged book- but same author, used to be a PVC at my current uni.

Cinfhen ✊🏼❤️ 2h
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RedxoHearts
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I'm always a sucker for a book with random facts and tidbits. This one did not disappoint. Unmentionable gives insight on what life was like for the women of the Victorian era past the surface of what is usually talked about in history. It's written in a funny sometimes snarky tone and will definitely make you happy to be a modern woman.

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RealBooks4ever
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Pickpick

Although I would love to see Russia, I‘m now convinced not to ever set foot there! I read Russian literature so I guess that will have to do! I recommend this book to everyone because we all need to be aware of what‘s happening in this shrinking world. 💜

Cinfhen Lovely photo 3h
RealBooks4ever @Cinfhen thank you! 💜 3h
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Skyler
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A history of the American women‘s suffrage movement told through biographical sketches of some of the lesser known activists in the fight for the vote. Informative, inspiring, and entertaining!

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Kaylasarka
Finding Winnie | Lindsay Mattick
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“Once the boy had found Winnie, he knew what to call his stuffed bear. He named it Winnie-the-Pooh.”

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Kaylasarka
Finding Winnie | Lindsay Mattick

The emotional roller coaster this book took me on I did not see coming!

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Kaylasarka
Finding Winnie | Lindsay Mattick
Pickpick

This book is my favorite picture book i have read so far. It would probably be for 2nd-3rd graders because of the vocabulary. But it is truly such an emotional story. It is also a true story that the mom is telling her son which I think is so cool too.

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Vcollinilibrarian
Hark! A Vagrant | Kate Beaton
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Pickpick

She‘s fantastic. I love her style and humour😂😂❤️

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annamatopoetry
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"Raising money to pay the cost of war was to cause more damage to the 14th century than the physical destruction of war itself." tbh that can be said of many eras (900s Eng, 1400s and 1600s Swe come to mind). The logic: the money always end up coming from the bottom. Hungrier peasants work less well, thus grow less crops, get unhealthier, & malnutrition causes a weakened immune system, shorter lifespan and lower intelligence. Recipe for disaster.

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Blaire
March (Trilogy Slipcase Set) | Andrew Aydin, John Lewis
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LibrarianRyan There is a sequel series to this coming out soon. 4h
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