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wordslinger42
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@AllDebooks @BookwormAHN

My window of plants 🌿 I also have a vinca vine and snake plants! I'm hoping to get some more air plants soon, too.

#naturalitsy

AllDebooks Love them x 2d
BookwormAHN Nice 💚 2d
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AllDebooks
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#alphabetgame #letterG

@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

One of my all time favourites 😍
Maitland explores nature, fairy and folktales within our woodlands. It is my comfort read. #naturalitsy

Also Grief is a thing with feathers, Gormenghast trilogy, Gone girl and Great expectations (a childhood fave)

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IndoorDame
The Lorax | Dr. Seuss
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This remains one of my favorite children‘s books no matter how often I reread it. From its publication in 1971 to today it has stayed relevant, joyful and energizing. It makes me so sad that this book has ever been banned, most notably in ‘89 for portraying the logging industry in a bad light, but it still has detractors today who say it sends messages against capitalism. #BBRCPictureBookLetterL @LibrarianRyan

LibrarianRyan I know right !,! 3d
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bibliothecarivs
A Tree Is Nice | Marc Simont, Janice May Udry
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Mehso-so

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SayersLover
Meet the Natives | Dan Johnson, M. Walter Pesman
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Got up to the mountains over the weekend and saw lots of lovely wildflowers! Anyone who lives near the Rocky Mountains should consider getting this book since it is so helpful. My favorite feature is that the entries are organized according to color, which helps you identify flowers even when you don‘t know their names.

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RobinGustafson
Overstory | Richard Powers
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Reading this with my aunt. It‘s been on my TBR for a long time so I was happy when she suggested it as our next book group read

SamAnne Oh, one of my favorites 2w
RobinGustafson I‘m really enjoying it so far! 2w
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AnneCecilie
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In 1913 a hiker walks through a deserted area when he sees a shepherd. Our hiker watches as the shepherd plants hundreds of trees. Except for the world wars, our hiker will visit the shepherd and see how the forest spreads and what happens to the area when the trees return.

A short story at just 30 p, it shows that humans can do more than just destroy the world.

3rd book read for #JubilantJuly
#foodandlit #France

Bigwig I saw the excellent short film version - didn‘t know it was a book! Highly recommend the movie if you haven‘t seen it. 3w
AnneCecilie @Bigwig I didn‘t know this was made into a movie. Does it have the same name as the book? 3w
Bigwig Yes it does- a beautiful 1987 Canadian film with hand -drawn pencil animation. It is profoundly affecting. I used to show it in a film class I taught. Info link: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Man_Who_Planted_Trees_(film) 3w
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AnneCecilie @Bigwig Thank you. I will check this movie out and hope to be able to see it. I love cartoons. 3w
AnneCecilie @Bigwig I just found it on YouTube. So now I will absolutely see it. 3w
Andrew65 Great 👏👏👏 3w
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Amiable
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This made me laugh out loud. Poor Greg. 😄

PaperbackPirate 😂🔥 1mo
peaknit 😂lol! 1mo
batsy 😆 1mo
CarolynM 🤣 1mo
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Kangaj1
Wishtree | Katherine Applegate
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Pickpick
Cinfhen 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼well played 1mo
PuddleJumper Nice! 1mo
Clwojick Amazing! Way to go! ❤️ 1mo
TheAromaofBooks Yay!!! Fabulous month!!! 1mo
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Reign_1982
Wingbearer | Marjorie Liu
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Reading

LibrarianRyan im getting ready to post my review. I need the next book so bad. 1mo
Reign_1982 That's a good sign..😁 1mo
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