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emtobiasz

Joined March 2016

Librarians go to libraries on their days off.
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After 12 years of dating and 3 years‘ engagement, my partner and I have finally set a date for a wedding next fall. Let the wedding reading begin!

JamieArc Congrats! Here is one I wish I had read before I got married! 2mo
Christine How exciting! What a fun stack of research materials. ❤️ 2mo
Reggie Congrats and good luck! 2mo
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Tamra Wonderful!! 💜 2mo
Texreader Oooh congratulations!!! 2mo
TiredLibrarian Happy planning! ❤😊 2mo
julesG Congratulations! 🎉 My only piece of advice, don't turn into Bridezilla! 😉 2mo
Bookzombie Congratulations!! 2mo
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“But here is the real problem. Most people — even those who have read all the literature, who know the facts, who agree with the facts — will refuse to wear a mask on the back of their heads. Even when it could save their lives!”

Copyright date of this book, and its magical realism stories, is 2018. 😷

Reggie I just watched the movie Contagion for the first time this past Friday night and was shocked how close it was. It missed the anti vaxxers but got the whole medicines being promoted that have no effect on the virus right. 2mo
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Temple Alley Summer | Sachiko Kashiwaba
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Oh how lovely! I read lots of #middlegrade but very little in translation, and I was utterly charmed by this Japanese import. Fifth grader Kazu sees a girl in a white kimono emerge from his house one night— why doesn‘t he know her, like everyone else in town seems to? Is she a ghost? What secrets does his neighborhood hold? He‘ll spend his summer vacation finding out!

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Small Spaces | Katherine Arden
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What a deliciously creepy audiobook! 11 year old Ollie finds a book with the story of The Smiling Man, little suspecting they‘ll come face to face on her school field trip…

Today still felt like summer (86 degrees F) but you can tell fall is on its way, and I am ready for the spooks 👻

Palimpsest I love this book! Dead Voices is great too and I requested Dark Waters at my library. I like scary Middle grade books because I can‘t read the really scary stuff, but also because they are good! 2mo
BiblioLitten I have wanted to read this for a long time. Perfect for October 🖤 2mo
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Persuasion | Jane Austen
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Spent this month rereading this, sometimes in print and sometimes on audio as narrated by Wanda McCaddon. I tried SO HARD to keep up with the #pemberlittens chapter a day read along… and then last night, I caved and finished the last three chapters. This morning I woke up and listened to the audio version of those last three chapters.

🤷‍♀️ I just really like this book, y‘all.

beeweird So far my favorite Austen! 😊 3mo
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Have you ever found a book that works like it was written for you, that one that just speaks to your soul? Because I have, and it turns out to be a chapter book about a chihuahua who dreams of being a butler but ends up as a nanny for an adorable baby shrub.

It won‘t be for everyone, but it sure is making me laugh this crummy week.

Reggie Sometimes we just need those books. 4mo
BiblioLitten Your description makes me want to read it. 😊 4mo
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Chasing Vermeer | Blue Balliett
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I‘m definitely not the target audience for this #middlegrade mystery anymore, but it‘s reminding me of what I expected (but didn‘t get) from The Mysterious Benedict Society. Awkwardly brilliant kids, adults behaving suspiciously, a saintly teacher figure, puzzles to solve, lots of library research, and featured art facts. Plus it‘s about 200 pages shorter than TMBS, which is a major selling point for me.

Eggs Oh I like BB!! 4mo
bookishdawg It was really great on audio too 👍🏻 4mo
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Had the day off today, so I spent the afternoon poking around a local plant store. I decided I really needed a pilea, and couldn‘t really put my finger on why… until I got home and saw the top book in my library stack. I am nothing if not suggestible, apparently 🪴🪴🪴

Reggie Lol, awesome. 4mo
Buechersuechtling I‘m not so much into plants 🪴 but this sounds absolutely like me. 😃 Great story. Nice to meet a kindred soul. 4mo
Tamra 😆 It‘s beautiful though! 4mo
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I‘m out of the habit of reading middle grade, but this short story collection was a delight. All stories centered around a powwow in Michigan and authors obviously collaborated so that characters reappeared and perspectives changed cleverly. A great contemporary #middlegrade read.

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Undead Girl Gang | Lily Anderson
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This book is so morbid and I am loving it 🧟‍♀️🧟‍♀️🧟‍♀️ 🧙🏻‍♀️

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Ghostly Things Vol. 1 | Ushio Shirotori
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Liked but didn‘t love this manga about a teen who moves into a haunted house. While her dad is away on business she meets Moro, a spirit who helps others pass on back to the spirit realm. I had a little trouble keeping track of all the spirits and the different roles they play. Great for kids and teens who like reading about self-sufficient peers living without adults.

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The Right Sort of Man | Allison Montclair
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#currentlyreading Two women open up a marriage bureau in London after WWII, and then one of their clients is ostensibly murdered by another. It‘s been a while since I flew through a book like this: started it this afternoon and I‘m already halfway done!

Aims42 I loved this book!! The second book is just as good, maybe a bit better too 😃 A third book is coming out in August, I think (I preordered it when I first found out which was a few months ago). Happy Reading!! 6mo
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Of Two Minds | Carol Matas, Perry Nodelman
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My fiancé got me some bath bombs, my coworker gave me a bottle of wine, and I have this book I know I read multiple times as a teen but have absolutely no memory of... let‘s do this Friday night ✨ ? ✨

Updated to add: that water turned Very Purple from the berry bath bomb ???

LeahBergen A perfect evening! 6mo
Kalalalatja Sounds lovely! 6mo
sarahbellum I read that one as a teen too! I also don‘t remember much about it aside from liking it 4mo
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Eagleman presents 40 different ideas of possible afterlives in 2-3 page vignettes. Maybe it‘s because I‘ve been interacting with a lot of beautiful media about death lately (see my last post), but I found the content of this one somewhat shallow and repetitive and longed for something deeper. If you like this narrative structure try Lightman‘s Einstein‘s Dreams (about time) or Calvino‘s Invisible Cities (about cities).

RaeLovesToRead I adored this book: my favourites were Sum & Prism. Agree that there is quite a bit of repetition. 7mo
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A hospital chaplain goes through her experiences of one night shift, including flashbacks to her own childhood, her views on the soul, and near death experiences. An odd little book of dogs & spirituality but I was utterly absorbed and will seek out more by this author.

I spent very little of last month reading and most of it playing the video game Spiritfarer, where I ferried souls on to the afterlife, so this felt liked a continuation of theme.

emtobiasz Image from Scott Pilgrim, not this book, but very much in theme: 7mo
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Today‘s library lunch reading: a kids‘ graphic novel based on Mayan legend!

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Love the historical detail of this #ya #mystery, which follows the life of a girl indentured by the police force in Korea in 1800. There‘s a lot of fascinating stuff about gender, family, class, and religion, but the unrelenting brutality of the book made it hard to truly fall into. I skimmed a large chunk of the middle because I wanted to see what happened, but couldn‘t handle the violence at that slow pace. I would try this author again, though.

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I learned how to make a Dutch Baby from this cookbook, and my weekend breakfasts will be forever changed. I mean, it‘s basically less-labor-intensive crepes!

Have yet to try any of the projects on a weeknight, though, and see if they live up to their name.

AmyG That looks great. 8mo
TheKidUpstairs I love a Dutch Baby for a weeknight breakfast-as-dinner meal! 8mo
Reggie This is a great pic! Way to go! 8mo
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Kenyazero These are so satisfying to make! 8mo
UwannaPublishme Great photo! 👩🏻‍🍳👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 8mo
BiblioLitten That‘s amazing! 👏🏼👏🏼 8mo
BiblioLitten That‘s amazing! 👏🏼👏🏼 8mo
Nutmegnc Yum! 5mo
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Yeah, I‘m bailing on this. It probably has some useful points about how we make our spaces and our minds “cozy” to be comfortable in our worlds. But the tone of this book has set me on edge from the first page in a way I can‘t quite put my finger on, and 40 pages in I don‘t foresee that changing. Cutting my losses and moving on.

underground_bks Telling from your book book in the background, mug, and beautiful breakfast—I‘d say you have the cozy down anyway! 😍 8mo
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As a children‘s librarian, I‘ve done a lot of professional development and continuing education courses, webinars, and reading in the last year, but this book is probably the single most useful resource of the lot. The final chapter may have single-handedly saved the outdoor storytime series I‘m planning to start next month. Now if the ALA will ever learn to price their books reasonably, I‘d recommend this to everyone I knew.

AmyG ❤️❤️❤️ 9mo
CBee Pup pup!! Beautiful ☺️ 9mo
ladym30 What a sweet face!❤️ 9mo
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DogMomIrene Those eyes🥰🐶 How do you get anything done? 9mo
mandarchy Are the lessons geared toward preschool or school aged children? 9mo
emtobiasz @mandarchy more toward early childhood, although some are more of the “all ages” style of many summer reading programs (think birth-third grade or so). Still more of a public library fit than a school library one, I think. 9mo
mandarchy Thanks @emtobiasz I'm always looking for ideas, I wish education books weren't so expensive. I just bought a couple with my puny budget for my teachers. It's maddening. 9mo
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The weather‘s finally warm enough for porch reading! With blankets, still, since Olive and I like to be cozy. I‘m really enjoying this hard boiled detective novel about two women PIs in 1940s New York. I‘m trying to decide if it‘s too hard boiled to recommend to my mom...

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Thursday Murder Club | Richard Osman
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Finished listening to this book in my own jigsaw room. What a delight of a mystery and a novel! A retirement community, multiple murders, decades-old secrets, and, of course, the Thursday Night Murder Club. I bought this for my dad for Christmas, and I can‘t wait to chat about this with him. There‘s also a lot of musings on mortality, morality, and dementia, so fair warning.

Bookzombie That puzzle is cool! I loved this book and I‘m looking forward to the next one. 9mo
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@Kenyazero thanks for the tag! I read a lot of comics and graphic novels, especially for kids and teens, but I think this collection of short stories is my favorite. A group of diverse neighborhood kids invent alter egos/personas and build elaborate costumes in their own Cardboard Kingdom for the summer. Plus, there‘s a sequel due out this year! #comiccomfort

Mavey Ooh! I love the premise! Brings back a lot of childhood memories! Thanks so much for sharing!💕 9mo
DogMomIrene This sounds like such a fun story! Or collection really. 9mo
emtobiasz @Mavey @DogMomIrene The stories were written by different authors and all illustrated by Chad Sell, so you get the variety of voices but a consistent look. It‘s really a celebration of the imagination and pretending for kids. 9mo
Mavey @emtobiasz 😃❤ 9mo
DogMomIrene @emtobiasz I added it on GR too. May need to recommend to several teacher friends who are not on Litsy (gasp!) as well. 9mo
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The Screaming Staircase | Jonathan Stroud
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Today‘s books and cookies are a bit more grown up: chai, ginger snaps, and teen ghost fighters #ya

GatheringBooks I absolutely love this series! Enjoy! 9mo
emz711 How's the book? I listened to his Bartimaeus series and liked it. 9mo
emtobiasz @emz711 @GatheringBooks It‘s good! Definitely scarier than I was expecting (but I‘m a wimp 😉) and a few more fat jokes that I‘d like, but definitely creepy and compelling plot! 9mo
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It‘s Saturday, I had a long week at work (and next month promises even more long weeks), I already went to the grocery store today, and I just got an email from the library saying I‘ve rented this book too many times and can‘t renew it any more 😬 So I‘m curling up with some #middlegrade portal fantasy and milk and cookies and having a weekend 🍪

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The Bad Guys | Aaron Blabey
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Today‘s library lunch break. Kids‘ graphic novels are the perfect length to finish in one sitting...

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Puppy Problems | Paige Braddock
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Read this #kidlit comic over lunch at the library today. Dog (Crackers) and cat (Butter) are skeptical when a new puppy joins the family, but they warm up eventually and show him the ropes. The author names Peanuts as a favorite of he‘s growing up, and you can definitely see the influence of Snoopy and the gang. A fun romp for animal lovers.

mandarchy I love this author! 9mo
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Stage Dreams | Melanie Gillman
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A beautifully drawn #ya #graphicnovel about Grace and Flor, a runaway and an outlaw in Civil War-era New Mexico. Grace is trans and running away from conscription into the Confederate army, and Flor is looking for one last heist that will let her leave this outlaw life... A sweet LGBTQIA adventure with lots of historical details. I only wish it was longer.

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The Art of the Wasted Day | Patricia Hampl
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Lazy morning breakfast in. (Lazy for me, anyway: my partner made the eggs.)

I‘ve been plugging away at this book for a few weeks, mostly to calm down before bed. It was mentioned somewhere as a readalike with Wintering, which I really enjoyed. This is more focused on the idea of slowing down and the creativity and satisfaction in doing nothing. A good idea, but a book that refuses to be hurried, and I‘m not very good at reading slowly.

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The Blue Castle | L. M. Montgomery
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Finished up this romantic story of a 29-year-old realizing she was too scared of making waves to ever really live... and throwing that all out for a chance to find herself. The book is almost 100 years old, so her acts of rebellion may read a bit tame at this point, and her methods of self-activation a bit conventional, but the whole thing is still very cathartic.

Come-read-with-me I think I first read this when I was in grade 8. She seemed so brave and daring to me at the time! I really love some of these lesser known books by L.M. Montgomery. 💕 9mo
purple_takkies One of my favorite books of all time. 💙💙 9mo
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How Do You Take a Bath? | Kate McMullan
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Working from home and preparing Zoom storytime today. (Will that ever not feel weird to say?)

The bitter cold has finally caught up to us in Pennsylvania, and let me say, I am not a fan. This is my third cup of tea today. At least I switched to decaf at noon.

mandarchy Zoom reading is so hard, but I get lots of positive feed back. So don't give up! 9mo
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Geek Love | Katherine Dunn
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This is my #bookspin book for the month, but I have so many library books out I really wasn‘t sure if I‘d even make it to this one. Tonight I picked it up just to see... and looked up fifty pages later 🤷‍♀️ Guess I‘m hooked!

Bookzombie This has been on my TBR for forever. (edited) 9mo
Cinfhen Me too @Bookzombie 🧡 9mo
AmyG An odd but good story. 9mo
TieDyeDude Did you finish? What's you think? 4mo
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Thornyhold | Mary Stewart
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What a delightful Valentine‘s Day read: a story of a young woman (late twenties) inheriting a house from her cousin and coming into her own. A bit of witchcraft, a bit of romance, a few delightful animals and precocious children, a bit of space for self-discovery. What‘s not to love?

LeahBergen I read (and loved) this years ago. 😊 9mo
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I‘m apparently still in the mood for mysterious YA reads, since I started this one this afternoon. It‘s less mystery and more issue-book than I expected, but I‘m still enjoying it.

When Moira nearly fails out of her senior year of high school, her parents realize her grief at her best friend‘s death isn‘t going to just go away. They send her off to The Castle School, which sells itself as a therapeutic experience but seems to be hiding secrets...

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The Inheritance Games | Jennifer Lynn Barnes
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I was utterly delighted by this puzzle-based mystery of rich people behaving badly and teens who are too smart for their own good. I‘m not sure how I‘m going to wait until this fall the sequel, though... 🔑

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The Inheritance Games | Jennifer Lynn Barnes
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Started this one last night and I am HOOKED! It‘s like a teen version of Knives Out, with less murder and more cute boys. I find the cover a bit misleading (it looks generic fantasy to me rather than mystery/thriller/puzzle) but it does bring in a lot of elements from the book.

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Great fantasy novella about the power of poetry and storytelling, cultural sensitivity, and queer love. Oh, and man-eating tigers, too 🐅

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I‘d never been a fan of barstools in the kitchen until we moved into this house. Now, sitting at the pass-through window into the dining room with a beer, reading a book and watching my fiancé cook dinner... pretty perfect ?

Julsmarshall Sounds like a great evening! 10mo
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Remote Control | Nnedi Okorafor
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I loved this Afrofuturism novella that manages to meld science fiction and the tone of a folk tale. A young girl wanders the countryside alone. The people of towns and villages give her whatever she wants, even though they obviously fear her. She could never be one of them. I don‘t want to spoil any of it, but what a gem of a book! 💫

LaraReads I am anxiously awaiting this one on Scribd! 10mo
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I made tea and scones to go with today‘s stack of highbrow literature from the library 🤓 Truly, anything can become a series in the world of kids‘ comics!

BiblioLitten Yum! 10mo
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I made homemade marshmallows last weekend and had just a delightful time delivering them to friends‘ porches. I got photos all weekend of friends having cocoa ☕️❤️ (Note to self: Martha Stewart‘s recipes are for entertaining 60 people, not home cooking in the time of quarantine!) Now I‘m finishing off the last marshmallow with some cocoa of my own and an appropriately cozy #arc

UwannaPublishme 😋👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 10mo
WorldsOkayestStepMom Is it difficult to make marshmallows? 10mo
emtobiasz @WorldsOkayestStepMom it‘s pretty easy if you have a mixer, but one of those recipes I wouldn‘t attempt without it: https://www.marthastewart.com/333974/homemade-marshmallows 10mo
WorldsOkayestStepMom @emtobiasz I have a mixer!!! 💖 10mo
Buechersuechtling Your mug❣️ Your mug❣️ It has jug ears. I love it‼️ It looks so very perfect for a good helping of cacao. 10mo
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Pemmican Wars | Katherena Vermette
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Read all three of these last night, and found them interesting but unsatisfying. Echo is a modern Métis high schooler who finds herself in historical events when dreaming or zoning out. These books assume a certain amount of knowledge of Canadian and First Nations indigenous history that I, an American, don‘t have. As a result I found them a bit too disjointed to follow easily. The modern timelines and art are great, though.

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Well this was super fun but I‘m not sure how much of it I understood. Two time travelers on opposite sides of a battle to control multiple timelines across a multiverse start writing each other letters. And... fall in love? Or maybe betray their causes? Or just lure the other onto the dark side? It all gets a little vague and I don‘t want to spoil anything, but I loved their communications and letters. ❤️💙❤️💙

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Wrapped up this short follow-up to Addison‘s much-longer fantasy tale The Goblin Emperor. Both books are a very specific type: ultimately hopeful stories of good people trying their hardest to do right by their calling in an intricate fantasy world that cares very little for them. My only complaints feel like quibbles. If you like the first book, this will scratch the same itch, which means it‘s just what I needed.

emtobiasz Book release date this June #arc 10mo
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#Netgalley users, has anyone else tried the new audio review copies? This one is a “voice galley” rather than the upcoming audiobook: it‘s just a synthetic voice reading the galley aloud. I‘m... interested, but not sure I‘ll use them regularly. It‘s nice to make a dent on my Netgalley tbr while doing housework (aka how I do most reading currently), but also the synthetic voice is VERY synthetic, and I‘m spoiled too high quality audio these days...

Daisey I have not yet requested any for this very reason. The narrator is an important aspect of an audiobook, and I think a synthetic voice would impact my appreciation of the experience. 10mo
lisslalissar I'm about halfway through this one and I'm pleasantly surprised by the synthetic voice. It flows much more naturally than I expected, not sounding stilted or awkward. I spend a lot more time at work now on tasks that don't require undivided attention than I did pre-covid, so these audiobooks are great way to keep up on what's new. 10mo
sprainedbrain I‘ve listened to two so far... this one with the synthetic voice, but the other book I listened to had a real narrator. 10mo
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Tonight I put on an old school doo-wop playlist and read this collection of romance short story comics. It‘s a mix of genres, including high school shenanigans, historical drama, sci-fi and fantasy, and it didn‘t all land with me, but I enjoyed myself. 💕💕

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Allie Brosh has been through some stuff since her last book, so this one is often sadder and more disjointed than the last. I still laughed out loud a lot, though. I don‘t understand how her weird little MS-Paint pictures of dogs manage to capture canine personalities better than anything I‘ve ever encountered.

Erinreadsthebooks Yes! The emotions in those pictures is 🤯 11mo
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The Magic Fish | Trung Le Nguyen
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As a longtime lover of fairy tale retelling this #graphicnovel was STUNNING. Tiê‘n is 13 and reads fairy tales from the library with his Vietnamese mother to practice their English. The tales interlace between mom‘s memory of fleeing Vietnam, Tiê‘n‘s struggles at school, and his decisions about coming out. The author uses color to differentiate those stories and adds extra explanation about his art decisions in the back. My first 5⭐️ read of 2021.

Butterfinger I'm stealing this for #FoodandLit. 11mo
Buechersuechtling Oh, this sounds wonderful. 😍 11mo
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Conrad's Fate | Diana Wynne Jones
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Still working my way through the Chrestomanci books! Listened to this audiobook while working on this puzzle. I think this series is bringing me around on Diana Wynne Jones, who I always had very mixed experiences with in the past. Conrad‘s Fate is both a departure from and a continuation of the rest of this series. This book wasn‘t perfect, but it was fun and absorbing kids/YA fantasy when I needed it this week.

StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Awesome puzzle! 11mo
britt_brooke What a fab puzzle!! Where did you find it? 11mo
emtobiasz @britt_brooke @StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego thanks! It was a gift, so I‘m not sure where to buy it, but it‘s from Princeton Architectural Press. 11mo
britt_brooke @emtobiasz Thanks - I‘m gonna look for it! 11mo
sarahbarnes I need this puzzle!! 11mo
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Entwined | Heather Dixon
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I made a list in this year‘s journal of all the books I own and haven‘t read... it takes up three pages 😳 Time to buckle down on reading from my shelves! I‘m using the first twenty titles for this month‘s #bookspin and #doublespin, and if it goes well I‘ll continue next month with the next twenty. Starting with the tagged title tonight.

LiteraryinLawrence Whoa, what a great idea! 11mo
Johanna414 That's such a great idea - but I think I'm scared to try it! Maybe if I broke it down into categories? 11mo
suvata Brilliant! 🧐 11mo
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