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annamatopoetry
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That is blatantly untrue?? Campaigning season started in spring/early summer and continued until just past or just before harvest wtf #annaargueswithbooks.

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LiterRohde
Inherit the Wind | Jerome Lawrence, Robert Edwin Lee
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“Progress has never been a bargain. You have to pay for it. Sometimes I think there's a man who sits behind a counter and says, ‘All right, you can have a telephone but you lose privacy and the charm of distance. Mister, you may conquer the air but the birds will lose their wonder and the clouds will smell of gasoline.‘”

#StarTrekSummerMay | 25: #Inheritance

📷: Made with Typorama

Megabooks Fantastic! This is a classic book I‘d love to read. The prose is stunning! 9h
IamIamIam One of my favorite plays, films, court cases ever! 8h
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SpaceCowboyBooks
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Reading and enjoying this fascinating book about cephalopod intelligence.

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Berryfan
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Brilliant, absolutely brilliant! Informative, enlightening, and eminently readable. If you have the slightest passing interest in dinosaurs, READ THIS BOOK! It is a very very accessible masterpiece

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Eyelit
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Squee! Some happy #bookmail today - my #goodreadsgiveaway arrived! Looking forward to this one 🦕📚💙

TobeyTheScavengerMonk Ooooo, I got this as the Audible Daily Deal the other day. It looks so cool! 4d
Geeklet It‘s such a good book! Congrats on the giveaway. 4d
Hooked_on_books It‘s really good! I‘m envious of your win. 🤗 4d
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LitLogophile I loved this book! 4d
teainthelibrary I‘m obsessed with this book - it‘s super good!! 4d
CoverToCoverGirl Soooo want that book! Lucky you! 3d
Weaponxgirl Loved this book too! 3d
Eyelit @Geeklet @Hooked_on_books @LitLogophile @teainthelibrary @Weaponxgirl so glad that so many of y‘all liked it... makes me that much more excited to read!! 2d
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BookaholicNatty
Unsheltered: A Novel | Barbara Kingsolver
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Found this at the library while visiting my family in Delaware this week. Good find for a dollar!! I have seen and heard good things about this book but am curious to know what my #LitsyFamily thinks of it. I enjoy Barbara Kingsolver. I loved The Poisonwood Bible ALOT!!!! If you haven‘t read that one you should. The audiobook of it is good as well or at least I thought so. Do you have a favorite Kingsolver book?

C.Perone I really enjoyed this one. Bailed on Poisonwood Bible, though. 4d
kathedron Loved it! ❤ 4d
Christine Poisonwood is one of my favorites, too, and I really enjoyed Unsheltered. :) 4d
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rachaich I loved Poison wood and also Prodigal Summer. 4d
LeeRHarry Prodigal Summer is my fave - although I haven‘t read them all including this one 😊 4d
Herschelian Am listening to this as an audio book. Kingsolver herself is the reader. Early days but I am enjoying it so far, slightly reminiscent of Anne Tyler‘s writing. 3d
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haileybean
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1.) whim and “oh yeah, I forgot about you.”
2.) I don‘t take public transportation - but I do listen to audiobooks when I walk
3.) life 🤷‍♀️
4.) coffee/tea and I don‘t usually eat while I read.
5.) @AprilMae @Eggs
#wondrouswednesday

Eggs Thanks for joining in-great responses 🤗 4d
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stephothebesto
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Came across this at my local Friends of the Library store. Only $2 for a hardcover! Loved this book and excited about City of Girls!

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DeeLew
The First Human | Ann Gibbons
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I have a bit of a book hangover after finishing A Boy‘s Life so I‘ve been pulling different books off my shelf that have been sitting for a long time. I used to think I wanted to be an anthropologist or paleontologist. Unfortunately, I am a little too wimpy to spend years toiling in the desert to try and find human fossils. 🤣 I just read about other‘s research instead.

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NenaB
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This is the story of Mary Anning, a young woman in the 1800‘s, who at the age of 16 discovered a fossilized ichthyosaur skeleton and although she never received a proper college education, became the worlds first paleontologist and most respected female fossil hunter ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️