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The Hate U Give | Angie Thomas
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Just... Go read this book. It's so good. Difficult to read at times but totally worth it.

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The Love Interest | Cale Dietrich
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Mehso-so

I finally finished a book! And it was only okay. A secret spy company trains children to be "Love Interests" for prominent (or likely to become prominent) people. The book focuses on two guys competing over a girl who is already an amazing inventor. Interesting premise and it was good enough to hold my interest but I doubt it's one that will stick with me.

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Pickpick

Not a book I would typically pick up but I'm trying to branch out and I've never read anything set in Sri Lanka before. There were times when I got annoyed with the very detailed descriptions and the tendency to say the same thing in several different ways but overall, it is beautifully written and a powerful book. Some scenes are fairly graphic (violent) so be prepared. Still, I highly recommend it.

Reviewsbylola I have this on my TBR. 3y
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Mehso-so

I finished TWO books today! One of the few benefits of being home sick with the flu. (I'm on the mend though!) I went back and forth between "pick" and "so-so" for this one. I knew nothing about Mata Hari going into the book so I had few expectations but I still feel like her story could have been told better than it was in this book. It was good enough to get me interested in Mata Hari so that's something.

Cinfhen Glad to hear you're on the mend 🌺 3y
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Idaho | Emily Ruskovich
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Pickpick

This book was not at all what I was expecting but still intriguing. It took me a little while to get into it and sometimes the jumping around through time and to different viewpoints got a little confusing for me and I still have many questions that I wish had been answered but I think this is a book that might stick in my head for a while.

Reviewsbylola I think I am going to start this next. 3y
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Pickpick

Not the type of book I usually read but I'm glad I picked it up. It was exciting and fast-paced and kept me guessing until the end.

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The Second Sister | Marie Bostwick
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Today in Kindle Daily Deals: Books with Red Covers!

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Haven't had much(/any) time to read since school started so I'm taking advantage of my FIVE DAY weekend (wooooo!) to finally dive into this one.

itsbrb Just finished this one and loved the audio. Hope you enjoy it! 3y
Librariana "There is not a thin woman inside me, awaiting excavation." -- Oh, wow! This spoke to my heart! ???❤ 3y
ReadingEnvy I marked this section too. 3y
Bookquilter Just downloaded the audiobook from the library... have to wait until the drive home Friday to listen to it though. 3y
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I am in shock. How could people elect that...that horrible, hateful person over a slightly flawed but very qualified woman? What do I say to my students tomorrow, especially the ones who are immigrants or the children of immigrants? "I'm sorry" doesn't seem adequate. But I am. I am so, so sorry, kids. You have no idea how much. And I am so scared for you.

aeeklund I found this, which helped me (a little): http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_5822aa90e4b0334571e0a30b 3y
WanderingBookaneer Also your female and 🏳️‍🌈 students. 3y
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sprainedbrain @aeeklund Good reference, thank you. I am struggling with how to talk to my own children about this today. 🙁 3y
AmyS @WanderingBookaneer Yes, certainly them, too. But my Mexican students have been talking about how worried they are about a Trump presidency since he announced he was running. They are more aware of the consequences than any of my other students. 3y
AmyS @aeeklund Thank you. This actually helped. 3y
AnnieReads I am so disheartened and angry. And astonished that so many of my fellow Americans blatantly ignored the bigotry and hatred that Trump espouses. 3y
That-Bookish-Hiker I'm Hispanic and my husband is part Lebanese and I have a Arabic last name because I'm married to him. As a woman, minority and a federal employee, I am seriously terrified for my future. 3y
Librariana Tell them how much they are loved 💙 Tell them you are there for them... that you'll be their voice. That they're not alone... just as you're not alone. I am with you! We're all with you! 💙 I'm a Mexican immigrant, proud U.S. citizen, married to a military service member... and I'm gonna hold on to hope with everything I've got and spread as much love as I can. 3y
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Checked out the new Amazon Books today. I went in with low expectations so I was pleasantly surprised. It's not going to replace my preferred local shops but I'll probably look in when I'm at the mall. So excited All the Single Ladies is finally in paperback! And my students better appreciate the Pokémon book I bought for them. The others are either for work or just sounded intriguing. I've been sick so I deserve new books. Right?

MrBook Right 😊👍🏻! #NiceStack! 3y
PurpleyPumpkin Definitely. 🙌🏼 3y
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Starting a new book while I wait for Mom to try on cocktail dresses. Seems an appropriate time to read this one.

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This audiobook was beautiful. I loved it. The only thing I struggled with is that random words and phrases, spoken by the wonderful Lin-Manuel Miranda, would sound like lines from Hamilton and I'd start singing to myself and only realize it 20 minutes later. Then I'd have to rewind the book to find where I got off track. But that's my issue, not the book's. The (audio)book was perfect.

PurpleyPumpkin I just finished this one too! I didn't realize until late into the book that Lin-Manuel Miranda was the narrator having not seen Hamilton. I thought he did a great job. 😊 3y
Librariana Wasn't it just the best!?? 😊😍 The author was my creative writing professor at university. 3y
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Chronicles | Bob Dylan
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Listening to Nobel Prize winner Bob Dylan as I get all my lessons ready for the day. That was a surprising announcement to wake up to. I love his music but a Nobel Prize in literature? Okay. Congratulations, Bob Dylan! 🎸

Marchpane It is a head-scratcher. Got everyone talking about the Nobel prize though, so mission accomplished I guess? 3y
Zelma Very odd. I remember recently they didn't even give out the prize, saying there wasn't a worthy winner that year. 3y
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I ❤️ Shonda Rhimes.

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Phoebe and Her Unicorn | Dana Simpson
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Well, I'm hooked.

Twocougs I know that they're meant for kids but I 💗 them and own them all😊 3y
Bookquilter Best unicorn name ever!!! Love these books❤️ 3y
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Not sure which one is my #favoritevillian in this book (and movie). I love them both so much. #septphotochallenge

[DELETED] 2232195534 Princess Bride has great villains!! 3y
Dragon 👍 3y
RealLifeReading Ah dang I forgot about the Princess Bride. Inconceivable indeed! 3y
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[DELETED] 3803335244 Banning books in prison seems ridiculous. I mean their already there, what kind of trouble are books going to get them into? Lol 3y
AmyS Just noticed the link got messed up in my post so here it is again: https://www.theguardian.com/books/2016/sep/25/the-banning-of-books-in-prisons-it... 3y
AmyS @AustenNerd16 Right? God forbid they read a story they can relate to and encourages empathy and self-improvement. That would be terrible. 3y
shawnmooney How bloody ridiculous! Grrr...! 3y
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Since it seems like I am not the only one who loves this book, I thought I'd give a shoutout to the app/e-book version. I haven't used it for a few years but if I remember correctly, it is read by Grover and the reader has to tap the screen to get through the barriers and turn the page. My students loved it. (Okay, I loved it, too.) #scarybooks

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I don't do #scarybooks (or scary anything, really) because I get too scared and have nightmares, so this book is about as scary as I get. It has a lovable (and furry) MC who speaks directly to the reader, building suspense until the twist ending that you'll never see coming (unless you've read this book about 8,000 times like I have). #septphotochallenge

SeeJulieRead I think I have this book memorized! All three of my daughters LOVED it! 3y
thegirlwiththelibrarybag Yes! Love this one! 3y
Posemn This is my kind of scary too @AmyS! 3y
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Cinfhen Awww, lovable Grover💙💙💙 3y
raelaschoenherr Ha, love it! Great pick :) 3y
DebinHawaii I had to read this one countless times to my nieces and nephews. Great pick! 📚❤️ 3y
LisaJo A FAVORITE. Starting lovable furry old Grover. Just do not turn the page.📚📚👏👏👏❤️❤️😀 3y
LisaJo PS -IMO you have won Litsy today. 3y
Melwilk One of my favorites ❤️❤️ 3y
AmyS @LisaJo Yay! Thank you! 😊 3y
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#septphotochallenge #translatedbooks I can read about every tenth word in this book (at my most fluent, I could read at about a 2nd grade level) but I like to flip through it every once in a while and basically admire the font.

pppooraikul That's impressive! I've studied Japanese many years ago and can read no better than a kindergarten! 😂 3y
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Stopped at the bookstore on my way home to get Harry Potter 2 for one of my students (offered to lend him my copy then remembered it's in storage) and then bought three new books for myself. Stupid independent bookstore with its amazing "recommended reading" table. I always want to buy everything they have. ? #blameitonLitsy #getindie

LeahBergen I'm reading Fates and Furies right now! 😃 3y
Megabooks The Tsar of Love and Techno is amazing! 3y
Posemn "Stupid independent bookstore". Love that. 3y
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My shelves used to be crowded but manageable. Now every shelf has two rows of books on it and I have piles of books all over the place and my already ridiculously long TBR has exploded. I hold Litsy/you responsible for killing that last ounce of self-control I had in bookstores. #blameitonLitsy #septphotochallenge

Louise Haha! Welcome to the club! I'll have books coming out of my ears next! 📚🤓📚🤓❤️ 3y
PurpleyPumpkin Isn't it great? Love your bookshelves. 😉 3y
RealLifeReading 😂😂😂📚📚📚 3y
AmyS @PurpleyPumpkin Thanks. I do love it but surrounding myself with books I don't have time to read is stressful, too. And expensive. 🤑 3y
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Elizabeth I: The Novel | Margaret George
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I'm a few days behind on the #septphotochallenge so here's two days in one: a #bookrainbow of (mostly) #womenwriters (turns out I have a very limited selection of green books). #somethingforsept

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Behold the Dreamers | Imbolo Mbue
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I checked this out before I heard about it. I just liked the cover and the blurb. I'm so glad I came across it. It wasn't what I was expecting and it was different from other immigrant stories I've read. It was wonderful. These characters will stick with me for a long time.

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Behold the Dreamers | Imbolo Mbue
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Finished this a few days ago and gave it time to sink in. Wow. So good. I actually borrowed it mostly because of the cover and I'm so glad I did. It was not like other immigrant experience stories I have read and did not go as I expected it to but it was engaging and beautifully done. I will be thinking about these characters for a long time.

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Snakes and Earrings | Hitomi Kanehara, David James Karashima
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#septphotochallenge #weirdbooks -- I bought this book to read on a long train ride, finished it in a couple of hours, then spent the rest of the ride curled up in a fetal position, rocking back and forth and muttering to myself: "I'm okay, I'm okay, I'm okay." I gave the book to a friend who likes stranger stories not because I thought she'd enjoy it but to get it the &$%* out of my house. So disturbing. ? But a cult classic in Japan.

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When I realized I didn't even particularly care about the interviews with these two, I knew it was time to call it quits. If you are really interested in comedians' processes, you might like this. There are comedians I really like and admire but this book wasn't for me.

Megabooks A friend sent me this, but I haven't read it yet. I keep putting it off for whatever reason. 😕 3y
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A Tale of Two Cities | Charles Dickens
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There are many books I could call my #faveclassics but these two were the first. I probably would never have picked up other favorites like North and South, Persuasion, Jane Eyre, Huck Finn, etc. if I hadn't been forced to read these two when I was in high school. #septphotochallenge

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Matilda | Roald Dahl
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I'm guessing Matilda is going to be a popular pick for "favorite Roald Dahl book" on Litsy today. The audiobook (read by Kate Winslet) helps this one win out for me but I also love The BFG and his autobiographies, Boy and Going Solo. Happy 100th Birthday, Roald Dahl! (I stole this picture from the internet so thank you for the image, illustrator Quentin Blake and random internet person.) #roalddahlday

Zelma Boy is one of my absolute favorite books. I used to re-read all of Dahl's books but Boy was the most a tattered and worn in my collection! 3y
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This Is Where It Ends | Marieke Nijkamp
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One more post for #septphotochallenge today. I don't check out physical books from my library all that often--the branch by my house is very small so the selection isn't great--but I use library-connected apps almost daily. I ❤️ all the digital options I can access--books, magazines, comics, audiobooks, even music and movies. I use these apps so often, I rarely get to the ever-growing stack of books I actually own. #librarylove #somethingforsept

BookHermit Hear, hear! ❤️ Overdrive 3y
Books_Wine_Repeat I use Overdrive every single day. Love that app! ❤️❤️ 3y
RealLifeReading I use Overdrive and 3M too. And Zinio! I love that I can read all these magazines! 3y
KVanRead Yes! I wanted to shout out to these services too. I use Overdrive, Blio, Axis 360, and my local library system app now also downloads directly to the Kindle app - awesome!! 3y
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Behold the Dreamers | Imbolo Mbue
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Taking a break from the final push to finish this book to go out to dinner along the Columbia River. Beautiful view but I'm still a little anxious to get back to the book. It's due back to the library tomorrow and I'm so close to done.

MrBook Gorgeous! 3y
Posemn Beautiful. 3y
[DELETED] 2232195534 So beautiful! I miss that part of the world! 3y
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Hoot Owl, Master of Disguise | Sean Taylor, Jean Jullien
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This is the main library in the city I lived in when I was in Japan (Numazu, Shizuoka Prefecture, just south of Mt. Fuji and about two hours by train southwest of Tokyo). I spoke enough Japanese to confirm that yes, it is supposed to look like an owl but not enough to get the story behind the building's design. #librarylove #septphotochallenge #somethingforsept

RealLifeReading That's so interesting! And btw my kids adore Hoot Owl!! 3y
cariashley Wow. Gotta love Japan. 😄🇯🇵 3y
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I really like blue. Apparently. This isn't even all of them. #shadesofblue #septphotochallenge #somethingforsept

RealLifeReading Fantastic! 3y
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Some books that are #setinasia that I found on my shelves. The picture is the sign for the ramen restaurant my friends and I went to every Monday night when we lived in Japan. The owners became surrogate parents for us and that picture always makes me smile. I hope I can go visit them soon. #septphotochallenge #somethingforsept

DebinHawaii Great stack and picture! 👍📚❤️😀 3y
RealLifeReading That's a great memory! 3y
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I went to B&N after another bad day at work to cheer myself up a bit. When will I learn that book-browsing always, always turns into book-buying? At least I ended up with a couple of books that were #madeintomovies for the #septphotochallenge. I usually prefer covers that have nothing to do with the movie versions of the book but something about these two called to me.

KimSG I love American Gods. It's being made into a TV series. 3y
Books_Wine_Repeat Michael Fassbender 😍😘💕 3y
Texreader Two words: discount shelves. ❤️❤️❤️ 3y
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I definitely have a book-buying problem. I have 12 library books checked out, my own shelves are overflowing, and yet I couldn't resist these when I stopped by B&N for a therapy/book-browsing session. I should have known browsing would turn into buying. It always does. You'd think I'd learn not to go in the store in the first place. Sigh. But two of these work nicely for #septphotochallenge! #madeintomovies

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#somethingforsept I was not expecting this book to be one that #mademecry. The dieting stuff was fine but it was her anxiety and the sense that she somehow wasn't ready for a "full" life until she was "perfect" that really hit me. This book that was supposed to be a light read was the push that convinced me to ask my doctor for help with my own anxiety. It's been six weeks and I am already feeling a change for the better.

LeahBergen That's great news!! 👍🏼👍🏼 3y
Zelma What a great result for what you thought would be a light, fluffy read. It certainly wasn't that (I remember it being kind of jarring) but such great news for your life. 😀 3y
SusanInTiburon Thanks for sharing about this. It's really important. Love to you. ❤️ 3y
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RealLifeReading Great to hear that!! 3y
AmyS @SusanInTiburon Thank you. Other people speaking out about their own struggles with anxiety and depression helped me immensely so I feel like I should pay it forward now that I'm doing better. 3y
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Difficult day at work so I decided I deserved a treat on the way home. Do all Starbucks have almond milk now? I am lactose intolerant and not a big fan of soy milk so this news cheered me up significantly. (The trip to the library helped, too.) If only my work problems were so easily resolved...

Zelma I'm sorry to hear about your work day but glad you got a nice treat! 👍 3y
Riveted_Reader_Melissa See Big Girls Don't Cry, you got almond milk and books! Plus that book, Big Girls Don't Cry is awesome. 3y
BarbaraTheBibliophage I second @Riveted_Reader_Melissa - Big Girls Don't Cry is great! 3y
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Laalaleighh They all have coconut milk.. 3y
AmyS @Zelma Thank you! 😊 3y
AmyS @Riveted_Reader_Melissa I think I heard about the book from you. The first twenty pages were great. I'm looking forward to reading the rest of it. 3y
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#somethingforsept #booksanddrinks My friend felt bad that I didn't get cake for my birthday last month so she made me DELICIOUS spice cake cupcakes from scratch. Even just the smell is amazing. 😋 Enjoying it with tea and a book (a favorite combo).

DebinHawaii That looks delicious and like the perfect pairing with the tea and book. 😀 3y
Posemn Oh yum! Spice cupcakes. Perfect for fall. Happy Birthday (a little late)! 3y
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Most of my #worksplacebooks are either at work or in storage at the moment. Here are a few I had lying around the house though. Guess what I do. 😊 #somethingforsept

CoffeeK8 I love all of your stack and I'm going out to get The Dyslexia Advantage! I can't believe I've never heard of it! 3y
AmyS @CoffeeK8 I actually heard about it here on Litsy. Can't remember who posted about it though. 3y
[DELETED] 3803335244 A special education teacher? I have 2 children with autism and 1 that was just diagnosed with dyslexia. I read a lot about ASD. Now I'm reading all about dyslexia. 3y
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Texreader Child psychologist? Diagnostician? 3y
CoffeeK8 I'm going to go out on a limb and make a recommendation. Have you read Far From the Tree? The section with interviews of parents of children with Autism was very powerful. 3y
AmyS @AustenNerd16 @Texreader - AustenNerd16 got it. I'm a special education teacher in an elementary school. 3y
AmyS @CoffeeK8 I haven't heard of it but it sounds interesting. I'll add it to my list. Thanks for the rec! 3y
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#septphotochallenge: Some of my physical books and e-books by #pocauthors. #somethingforsept

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It was so difficult to choose a book for #funfridayphoto. I've read so many wonderful books for school (although I always dreaded English class and successfully avoided it after high school). The Kitchen God's Wife was probably the most influential for me but these have all impacted my life in different ways. If I had more room, I would have added more books, too. I have many, many "favorites."

Dragon Loved the Kitchen God's Wife and the Joy Luck Club 3y
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I wanted to treat myself to coffee after the first day of school but I forgot my library books, my Kindle, and my phone at home this morning. What fun is a coffee treat without reading material? So I stopped by the library and picked up two more books (I already had 9 checked out) because I couldn't decide. I hope I have time to actually read them.

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Mandy | Julie Andrews Edwards
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Missed a couple of days of the #augustphotochallenge while I focused on preparing for school. Now I'm back just in time for #day28. When I need #feelgoodbooks, I usually turn to old favorites. This was one of my most-read books as a child. I dreamed of a secret hideaway like hers, with reading nooks all over the house and garden, a place all to myself. I still get all daydream-y about a house like that.

Laalaleighh Oh. My. God. This book and Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles also by Julie Andrews were my obsessions when I was little and you are the very first person I have ever known that has even heard of even one of them!!!!! 😊😊😊😊 😊 3y
ReadingEnvy Oh yeah I loved books about secret woods and gardens as a girl (I grew up in the woods!) 3y
megt One of my all time favorites! 3y
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ValerieAndBooks I loved this book as a kid! I must reread again but will need to find a copy. 3y
AmyS @Laalaleighh Really? I've heard of both books but only read Mandy. I remember how excited I was when I found out Maria from The Sound of Music wrote it! 😊 3y
AmyS @ReadingEnvy I grew up in the suburbs and am very much a city dweller now but also loved books about secret gardens and hideaways. Something about escaping to a quiet, green reading space always appealed to me. 3y
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Apparently I have a thing for books with #whitespines. Who knew? #augustphotochallenge #day25
Now I have to put all these books back... 😕

Simona I'm grateful for #augustphotochallenge because I wiped the dust from the shelves.☺️ 3y
AmyS @Simona Definitely! And it has reminded me of all of the great, still-unread books I own. 😁 3y
Bibliogeekery Great books! 3y
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Pride and Prejudice | Jane Austen
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I missed #day24 of the #augustphotochallenge and I have boxes full of #stationary to share! Sorry this is late. My current favorite stationary, too precious to actually use, is this card catalogue with notecards that are replicas of actual cards from real card catalogues. I got it at Papyrus a couple years ago so I could send notes to my other bookish friends but I haven't been able to part with any cards yet. #booksandstationary

Bibliogeekery Amazing! 3y
Shortstack ❤️😍❤️😍❤️😍❤️😍❤️😍 3y
TheLondonBookworm 😍😍😍 that's amazing!!!! 3y
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SharonGoforth That is so cool!! I wouldn't be able to part with them either. 3y
LauraBrook I know, I want these so bad, but like you, I couldn't handle parting with any of them. #stationerynerdproblems 3y
elkeo_TheBookDragon What that means is you need another copy for using! How cute would it be to have a few and stack them like a real card catalog cabinet 💖💕 3y
AmyS @elkeo Dammit, that's brilliant. 3y
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When I got the email saying my library hold had come in, I thought, "Hmm... Not sure I'll have time to read this right now." So naturally I not only checked that book out but three others as well. I guess this is my #TBR list for the next three weeks. And it gave me a chance to try out my new photo collage app.

[DELETED] 2232195534 Nice! And the coloring of all the books meshes very well. 😉 3y
AmyS @kaysreadinglife Thanks! The Judd Apatow book is actually white. Don't know how it turned that color in the picture but the books do all look nice together, don't they? 3y
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I was going to try to come up with someone less popular for #favefemalecharacter but nobody beats Hermione Granger for me. #augustphotochallenge #day23

Dragon I have to agree 3y
Melwilk I agree too 😉 3y
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Atonement | Ian McEwan
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#augustphotochallenge #day22 : There are so many books about #innocence to choose from but this one has really stuck with me. Young Briony's innocent misunderstanding has lifelong consequences. That's all I'll say, in case you haven't read it. It's just...it's so good. The movie is really good, too.

LeahBergen Loved this one so much ❤️ 3y
Karen3 I loved this one. Makes me want to go back and read it again. 3y
teainthelibrary One of my favorites 💕 3y
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Zelma This is one I wish I could go back and read again for the first time. So beautiful. It made me a lifetime fan of Ian McEwan. 3y
GuiltyFeat Possibly THE great novel of the 21st century thus far. 3y
HeatherBookNerd One of my favorite books ever. And I agree with @Zelma. I would love to go back and have the first time experience again. That book took my breath away. McEwan is one of my favorite writers. I thought I heard that he's got a new book coming soon. 3y
Zelma @HeatherBookNerd yes, he has a new one coming out this fall, Nutshell. 😀 3y
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