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Kenyazero
The Secret Garden: A Graphic Novel | Mariah Marsden, Luechtefeld
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Not to be a buzzkill, but you most certainly did not! You just walked down a path and saw a bird singing, then told the gardener this. The pacing in this graphic novel is a bit weird 😅 #Comic #Adaptation

IndoorDame That would drive me crazy! And I had such high hopes for this. 2d
Kenyazero @IndoorDame It's really pretty so far! Sometimes you have to infer a little based on prior knowledge of the book, though, which is a bit disappointing. 2d
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readers_attic
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bronze
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I am no bird; and no net ensnares me: I am a free human being with an independent will.

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Octoberwoman
Young 'uns: A Celebration | Celestine Sibley
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Pickpick

This little book was just delightful!

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TheAromaofBooks
The Roundhill | Dick King-Smith, Sian Bailey
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Mehso-so

Dick King-Smith, most famous for his book Babe the Gallant Pig, was an incredibly prolific author of 75-110pg-long children's books. I own a BUNCH of them, many unread. He's a bit hit or miss - someone who has written this many books pretty much as to be - but some of them are such wins that it's worth the effort of sifting through them. This one was right in the middle. I liked the concept, but the story didn't really go anywhere. I also didn't ⬇

TheAromaofBooks (cont'd) like the way Evan treated his cousin, and I felt bad for old-Evan who says he wants to believe in God but can't. There's a weird sadness to this book that just didn't work for me. But it was only 84 pages long, so it wasn't that long of an investment - but not a King-Smith book I'll probably pick up again.

#Roll100 @PuddleJumper
#MtTBR
#ReadySetRead - Paranormal; Multiple Trees on the Cover @Clwojick
#100YearsofBooks
1w
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Breadjit
Defy the Night | Heather Munn, Lydia Munn
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Pickpick

There's a complex Robin hood theme here that felt pretty relevant to the covid situation at the time of reading.

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jlhammar
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Pickpick

This was really lovely. So cozy and charming. Filled with endearing characters, captivating nature writing and beautiful illustrations.

#NaturaLitsyBingo2023 #Children‘sBook

merelybookish Stacked! 2w
Aimeesue Oooh, it's on Hoopla! 2w
Ann_Reads @Aimeesue Thanks for mentioning that! 2w
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Aimeesue @Ann_Reads Any time! I try to remember to check the library and Hoopla before I buy, because I want to read WAY more than I can fit in my house. 😂 2w
Ann_Reads @Aimeesue I do the same. 🙂 2w
batsy Glad to hear you loved it! Look forward to reading it. 2w
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Reggie
The Velveteen Rabbit | Margery Williams
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Pickpick

I only listened to this because Grady Hendrix references it in How to Sell a Haunted House. Oof. I shouldn‘t be crying while gaming but here we are.

merelybookish ❤️ 2w
Ruthiella I‘ve never read this! I only know about it because of a Friends episode. 2w
Suet624 Awwww… 💕 2w
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Reggie @Ruthiella @merelybookish @Suet624 I had to go get some ice cream. I went to record it in Goodreads and was reading the comments where people said friends have read passages from here at their weddings. And then there was a grandma who said she could barely make it through while reading it to her grandkids. It‘s a touching book. 2w
sarahbarnes This book is heart wrenching for sure. ♥️ 2w
jitteryjane724 Tears are absolutely justified! 💜 2w
Lindy If you want an antidote, there‘s a really creepy retelling of the Velveteen Rabbit in 3d
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IndoorDame
Winnie-the-Pooh | Alan Alexander Milne
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Eggs You are clever and friendly 💙 2w
IndoorDame @Eggs 🙏💙 2w
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AnneCecilie
Moominland Midwinter | Tove Jansson
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#BookReport

I‘ve finished The Sentence and The Christmas Chronicles.

I DNFed The Red Room

I read Moominland Midwinter and Bambi

I‘m currently reading A Tuscan Childhood.

Cinfhen What was the Red Room about?!!? 3w
AnneCecilie @Cinfhen Good question. It‘s a crime/ thriller. I read 40p so probably just the “intro” to the book. A therapist is asked in by the police to assess a man who‘s been seen lurking around a playground and as she leaves the room she‘s attacked by him. Then a poor woman is found dead near Regent‘s Canal. This is supposed to be most alike their Frieda Klein series. I just didn‘t feel like reading this now. 3w
Cinfhen It actually sounds good but I‘m all about if it‘s not grabbing you than put it down and move on! #AllHailTheBail 😊 3w
AnneCecilie @Cinfhen I know. I had actually planned to read something else last week, but then I saw that this book was due back at the library soon and I couldn‘t extend the loan any longer so I “had” to read it. I guess that‘s not a good way to start a book. 3w
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Allydanielle88
The Christmasaurus | Tom Fletcher
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Pickpick

This was such a cute story, and it had disability representation in it. There was a reveal I didn't see coming. I will definitely be reading the rest of the series. It felt like a warm hug on a rough day, exactly what my mental health needed.