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Hitchhiker's Trilogy | Douglas Adams
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NovelNancy
Sputnik's Guide to Life on Earth | Frank Cottrell Boyce
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Prez is adrift - he doesn't have parents & his grandpa has Alzheimer's. He's at a foster home farm for the summer. One night he hears a knock at the door & meets Sputnik - a kilt and goggle wearing kid who hears Prez's thoughts and talks to him. Everyone else sees Prez as a dog. Sputnik is from outer space & has come to save Earth by discovering the 10 best things on it. Everything is an adventure with Sputnik who can time travel through space.

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Soscha
Midsummer Night's Dream | William Shakespeare
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Some prep reading for tomorrow‘s #24B4Monday. I long ago vowed to read the entirety of Shakespeare‘s plays. I‘m only up to “A Midsummer‘s Night Dream, but that works about okay since it will qualify as a “Summer” read!

jb72 That‘s a hefty stack! Glad to have you aboard! 24h
TheReadingMermaid Holy moly! You got this girl!!! 24h
Andrew65 Definitely a Summer Read. Good luck with the Readathon and your hefty stack. 😊👍 24h
Clwojick Look at those pups! 😍 19h
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LibLib
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Looking for a shallow, offensively funny book? This is for you! I know she doesn't take herself seriously and thank goodness she doesn't because she already sounds real bad in some parts. If you need to listen to something light while you're cleaning or doing some chore, this is a great time eater. #humor #kinda

Victoriahoperose Agreed. I didn‘t love this either. 24h
OrangeMooseReads I don‘t see the draw to her. I‘ve tried to watch her show and I just can‘t. 🤷🏻‍♀️ maybe I‘m not her target demographic 22h
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batsy
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Mehso-so

While I found this to be a relatively light read, much of best humour came from Mistress Page, Ford, & Quickly. Anne Page gets some good lines, too. But otherwise this was a depleted & rather slow-brained Falstaff, & a lot of the hijinks felt forced. Some good lines but otherwise pretty meh, sadly. The spot of misogyny of a man hitting an old woman (though that woman was Falstaff in disguise) was a major yikes. #ShakespeareReadAlong @GingerAntics

GingerAntics You‘re done already? Yikes. 1d
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Alexandra6
Blood & Thunder | Charlie Cochet
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Love this book! Dex is my soul mate! #m/mromance

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Clwojick
Beetlejuice | Tim Burton, Alec Baldwin, Geena Davis
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There are SOOOO many good T-shirt deigns out there, and I want them all! ♥️🙌🏻🙃
#BookishThings

Bookwormjillk Me too! 4d
Q84 Yes! 4d
Megabooks Me too!! 4d
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BookishBelle I *need* the one in the bottom left. My initials are AF and it‘s a running joke between me and my sister. Any idea where I can get it? 3d
Clwojick @BookishBelle livingdewey.com 3d
Clwojick @BookishBelle I made a coffee mug that said engaged af when I got engaged 💅🏻💍 3d
BookishBelle Thank you! Lol! That‘s a great idea! My bf just asked for my ring size so I might have to have one of those made soon too! 3d
Clwojick @BookishBelle ooooooh! That‘s exciting 😲🤗🙀 3d
Clwojick @BookishBelle @Bookwormjillk @Q84 @Megabooks I‘m hosting a #SummersEndReadathon. There will be a randomly selected winner for a bookish tee, so make sure to join in if you‘re interested in winning a similar design! I will be making the tee myself, so designs are flexible. 🤗 ❤️ 2d
Megabooks That‘s so cool! I‘ll keep an eye out. Thanks!! 2d
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa
Merry Wives of Windsor | William Shakespeare
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I have to admit, this one took me awhile to get into... my first thought was not Falstaff again 🙄... but I quickly fell in love watching the Merry Wives of Windsor give this drunken schemer his due, I even felt a tiny bit bad for him by the end (not much though) and enjoyed the conclusion of this tale.

#ShakespeareReadAlong

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Jazinator
Tartuffe | Jean-Baptiste Moliere
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Book #66: In their essence, plays are written to be performed and not read, so I don't often enjoy reading plays because I don't get the full experience out of them. But even with that caveat, I thoroughly enjoyed Tartuffe, enough so to put it on my personal favorites list. The play only took me about 2 hours to finish and it was very easy to follow...

http://dinojim.blogspot.com/2007/12/the-306-greatest-books-65-tartuffe.html

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Who Framed Roger Rabbit? | Jeffrey Price, Robert Zemeckis, Christopher Lloyd, Frank Marshall, Arthur Schmidt, Alan Silvestri, Robert Watts, Peter S. Seaman, Bob Hoskins, Joanna Cassidy, Charles Fleischer, Stubby Kaye, Amy Irving, Dean Cudney, Amblin Entertainment (Firm), Silver Screen Partners (Firm), Touchstone Pictures, Buena Vista Home Entertainment (Firm)
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Anyone remember these!!? I loved these!

Paperwhite Oliver & Company 😍 4d
LibrarianRyan I loved those. But i had them on record. 4d
MoonWitch94 Oliver & Company is my FAVORITE!! And I loved Roger Rabbit as well. 4d
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Scochrane26 I‘m older than you. I had a Star Wars book w/ record (it might have been a tape, not sure). 4d
Estherhasredhair I miss Richard Williams already! It may be time to revisit Rodger Rabbit 4d
TheAromaofBooks I had several My Little Pony stories! 4d
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