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EmilyM
All about Me. | Philipp Keel
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1. Glass animals...I literally had a "glass menagerie"
2. Yes
3. The Smurfs
4. Graham crackers with the cinnamon and sugar on top
5. Brought my lunch every day
6.Walked until Middle School

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Hooked_on_books
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I‘ve really been enjoying #ReadingUSA2019 and have just signed up for #ReadingEurope2020, hosted by the fabulous @Librarybelle and @BarbaraBB ! Head on over the Librarybelle‘s post for the sign up link if you‘re interested in joining in. It‘s a fun, no-pressure challenge.

Librarybelle Thank you for sharing! 1d
ljuliel I wish you guys a lot of success and fun on your journey. It sounds like fun, but I think I‘m slowly learning in here what to sign up for. I only wish I had the fortitude to stick with a year long challenge like this. I got partway through last year‘s USA, then fizzled out. I‘ll be eagerly watching to see where all you go and what books you choose. I‘ll be the World‘s Oldest Cheerleader 📣 for you. 1d
Copwithabook I second @ljuliel can‘t wait to see where your reading takes you 1d
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Hooked_on_books @ljuliel I totally get it. There are things I definitely don‘t sign up for but I‘m glad there‘s a little something that works for everyone here. I have 5 states to go still but expect to finish the challenge. For Europe, I don‘t know that finishing will happen, but as long as I‘m having fun, that‘s the main thing. 1d
BarbaraBB I‘m happy we can share suggestions again next year. Reading the US has been such fun! 💕 22h
ljuliel @Hooked_on_books Right, I‘m glad there are different types of reading events that fit everyone‘s needs. I wish I could do these types and complete them, but I guess if we compared reading to track and field, I‘d be the short sprint sort of runner ( if I could RUN 🏃‍♀️). It‘s fun watching others do this to fill out your maps. Do you guys have a set number of countries you‘re aiming for, or just as many as you want ? 17h
Hooked_on_books @ljuliel I think it‘s like the States—you do what you want for the challenge. There are 46 countries, some of which I did not know are technically in Europe, like Kazakhstan. I‘ve learned something already! 9h
ljuliel It should be fun searching for books from so many places. Looking forward to seeing what all you guys find ! Should be a colorful year. Are you doing the maps ? 8h
Hooked_on_books @ljuliel I have a dry-erase world map in my library now, stuck to the door. The states challenge made me curious to have a visual of where my books are set. So I‘m going to wipe it clean for the new year and color in the countries as I go, while tracking reading in other places, too. 2h
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Kshakal
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peaknit Oh this sounds delightful! 6d
peaknit I have this in my Amazon cart, thank you for a 2020 idea for me! 6d
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Luv2readbookz
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Pickpick

I‘ve been following different bullet journalers for a few years. I know I don‘t have the discipline to start and maintain one- but I still thought some of his ideas were beneficial and would work in my Hobonichi Techo (which I absolutely love using) 😉

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Kshakal
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peaknit I‘ve been watching all the Hallmark today 🎄❤️ 6d
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KarenJMcLean
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Beginning an online 12-week book study with a small group of creative women. Working on getting back to my creative Self.

Cinfhen Sounds great 👍🏻 2w
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MrMisterMeditate
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➡Journalistic Fiction
➡11,1,19
➡11/3/19
➡Journalistic Fiction is my favourite genre
➡This book is about a girl named Ratchet that is homeschooled, she has no friends. She has a dad who is an activist trying to save the “moss tree park“ , and she learns that her mom left her dad. Ratchet makes a friend from teaching a go cart class named Hunter. And together they save the park. Racthet learns the importance of having friends and a Dad.

Eggs Welcome to Litsy 🥳 6d
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Kshakal
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julesG Let me guess, "book sale" is on the top. 3w
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slategreyskies
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Pickpick

I enjoyed this. I didn‘t expect that I‘d get so much out of reading someone else‘s journal, but I found this book to be quite rewarding. The photo is of the pumpkin tree I have in my living room. 🎃

BookNAround I really, really like May Sarton. 1mo
slategreyskies @BookNAround I do too. I‘ve only recently discovered her, but I keep wanting to curl up and spend time with her. I savor her words. It took me weeks to read this journal, since I didn‘t want it to end. 1mo
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