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Bkwrm7
Dress Codes for Small Towns | Courtney Stevens
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I'm late with my #bookreport - it wasn't my best week ever in general, but reading went ok. Finished Dress Codes for Small Towns and A Very Large Expanse of Sea. Enjoyed them both, but actually switched up my next e-read to be Furyborn instead of Here to Stay because it felt like too much realistic fiction in a row. Still working on What If It's Us and The Gilded Wolves. Just barely started Internment on audio in the car. @Cinfhen

Cinfhen Great week👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼finishing 2 books is wonderful 😄 16h
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HeatherBlue
Blood Water Paint | Joy McCullough
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Wow. This writing!!

RealBooks4ever Oh hail yeah! 6d
Redwritinghood I loved this one. So good! 6d
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CymbaX13
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Reading this

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Bkwrm7
Dress Codes for Small Towns | Courtney Stevens
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The #weeklyforecast has some distinct similarities to last week's, but with new things on deck.
Current reads:
Car audio: A Very Large Expanse of Sea
House audio: What If It's Us
E-read: Dress Codes for Small Towns
Print: The Gilded Wolves

On deck:
Next car audio: Internment
Next E-read: Here to Stay

If I finish either of the others I will pick something to follow them when I do. Here's hoping for a little more reading time this week!
@cinfhen

Cinfhen You‘re right on track 🚆well done ✅ I‘m trying to stay on track too and not get #SideSwiped 😆 1w
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Pickpick

Book 4 for @DeweysReadathon #Deweys24HrReadathon #DeweyOct

I liked this better than Poseidon. Being a physical copy helped. I think the electronic format doesn't lend itself very well when there are multiple stories involved.

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Allierd22
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“When my friend and I walk arm in arm, it is a wordless statement of equality, Marti‘s light skin and my dark skin side by side.”

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Allierd22

I believe this a book that must be included in a classroom library. Without books that discuss every child‘s heritage we will never fully be able to appreciate and understand the people around us

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Allierd22
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Pickpick

Published in 2017- Bravo! Is a book full of short poems about Hispanics who have helped shape and change the world in some way. There are stories of first female pilots, activists for equal rights, and peacemakers. The poems do not rhyme, but they are written in small stanzas that have different emotions brought into them. One might be sad while another evokes a feeling of hope

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Kaylasarka
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“I survive as a rancher and healer, curing the sick with medicinal plants, and healing myself with independence.”

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Kaylasarka

My favorite part about this book of poems is the emotion the individual poems bring as well as the illustrations illustrated for those poems.