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ravenlee
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Pickpick

Always a good read. Using this for the library SRP‘s “a book that makes you happy” prompt. Also number four down for #14books14weeks!

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ravenlee
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Grammar matters.

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Skeeterisme
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Pickpick

Started out reading the book and switched to audio for a long car ride today. Can‘t believe I never read this as a kid. Fantastic!

RebL This definitely fueled my childhood fantasies. 2w
annahenke This is one of my favorites! 2w
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MMenefee
The Sixty-Eight Rooms | Marianne Malone
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While visiting the Thorne Collection (my favorite!) at the Art Institute of Chicago I learned about this fun series.

Eyelit Aw, that‘s so cool! 2w
MMenefee @Eyelit I want to live that and this series sounds as if it‘ll make that experience happen. 2w
Eyelit I hope that turns out to be true and I look forward to your reviews! 2w
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Krisjericho
Archival Quality | Ivy Noelle Weir
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Pickpick

I really enjoyed this one. Cel is a messy, not always nice person who is struggling, and I could feel her desperation to feel better. She takes things out on other people and won‘t get the help she needs, but she feels real. The mystery/ghost/haunting element is the right amount of creepy.

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toofondofbooks
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Pickpick

This is probably my 10th reread of this classic (the first time in 1982 lol). It's still one of me fave middle grade reads.

Eggs I concur-I‘ve lost count of how many times I‘ve read this. The question is why🤷‍♀️ 3w
inthegreensandblues I loved this book as a kid but haven't read it since elementary school. I would think about it sometimes but couldn't remember the name! I bought the ebook a while back so it's on my tbr! 😁 3w
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TK-421
Feet of Clay | Terry Pratchett
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“You said there's been another murder?“

“At the Dwarf Bread Museum. Someone killed Mr. Hopkinson with his own bread!“

“Made him eat it?“

“Hit him with it, sir,“ said Carrot reproachfully. “Battle Bread, sir.”

Close-combat crumpets and deadly throwing toast made me LOL so hard! #Museum #QuotsyMay19

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LiterRohde
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“If a painting really works down in your heart and changes the way you see, and think, and feel, you don't think, 'oh, I love this because it's universal.‘ A really great painting is fluid enough to work its way into the mind and heart through all kinds of different angles, in ways that are unique and very particular. I was painted for you.”

#QuotsyMay19 | 18: #Museum

📷: Made with Typorama

Cathythoughts Lovely quote. Must try this book again sometime ♥️👍🏻 1mo
CafeMom I loved this book. I was in the Netherlands last year but some how forgot to go and see this painting. 1mo
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DGRachel
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Our last stop in D.C. was the Renwick Gallery, right by our hotel. David Best‘s Temple was stunning, and if you have a chance to visit before Jan 5, 2020, you really should. I wish they had had a book. 😢 I didn‘t take pictures because it just felt wrong, but it was breathtaking. Of course, I couldn‘t leave the gift shop empty handed...#vacationshopping #bookhaul #daysix #shopthree

BarbaraBB Thanks for all your posts about DC. I‘ll be there in August and will remember your highlights! 1mo
DGRachel @BarbaraBB Have fun!! 1mo
DivineDiana Taking notes on your posts! Must plan a visit! 1mo
erzascarletbookgasm Love Edward Gorey‘s illustrations 🙂 1mo
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