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ralexist
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Pickpick

If a book has anything to do with libraries I'll more than likely pick it up. So when I learned of this one, where a librarian whose been laid off her metro job in Birmingham, England decides to buy a van and sell books out of it to towns in rural Scotland, I was so very much in. This was a really great read. Simple in essence but containing a good lesson about making sure that where you're at is really where you want to be.

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SexyCajun

Started this one yesterday. Not the first in the series but seems interesting 4 chapters in!

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GinaKButler
The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek | Kim Michele Richardson
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My 20 picks for February‘s #bookspin Can‘t wait to see what number you pick, @TheAromaofBooks 📚

marleed I‘m just about to start your new number 1. 2h
GinaKButler @marleed Let me know how it is! It‘s on my bedside table! now
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Victoria_Clyne
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Mehso-so

Volunteer librarian Martha finds a package addressed left for her at the the library that contains a book of her childhood stories and a note from her Grandmother. The only thing is her Grandmother died three years before the dated note was written. A feel good book that was good but not great. The plot was a little thin for me and a few too many coincidences. I loved Zelda and the imagery was good.

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HoneyBeeLee
The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek | Kim Michele Richardson
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Pickpick

Wow. So listened to the audible book for this one while I was working and it did not disappoint. It kept me hooked from the start. Bluit is defiantly an intriguing character that has you rooting for her from the start. I highly recommend this book.

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Blaire
The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek | Kim Michele Richardson
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Pickpick

Cussy Mary is a pack horse librarian in the hills of Kentucky during the depression. She also has a rare condition that makes her skin blue and as a result is treated as a “colored” person. Her story and those of her patrons and how much the books meant to them was very moving. I didn‘t know anything about the blue ppl of KY or the pack horse librarian program and both were fascinating. This story brought me to tears. #liveandlearn #booked2020

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candc320
The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek | Kim Michele Richardson
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After finishing (and loving) The Giver of Stars, and seeing so many people comparing that book to this one, I knew I had to pick up a copy!

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Gnora
The Not So Quiet Library | Zachariah OHora
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I realized I never shared a photo of my Christmas gift from my husband. He got me my very own library book trolly! He‘s pretty much the best ever. 😍📚

#homelibrary #booknerd #librarynerd #librarian

TheSpineView So cool! 6d
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Sara_Planz
The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek | Kim Michele Richardson
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Day three with awful laryngitis. Miss Harvey is my reading buddy tonight.

Soubhiville I hope it didn‘t come with a sore throat, and that you feel better soon! 7d
CaitlinR Miss Harvey is beautiful. 7d
Eyelit Hope you feel better soon! 💚 7d
xxjenadanxx Oh no! At least you have a good buddy and a good book 7d
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parasolofdoom
The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek | Kim Michele Richardson
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Panpan

First one star read in almost two years. Long review here
https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2963067415

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