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I‘m an Apple guy through and through, but I loved this. It‘s an interesting look at a company in transition through the eyes of its CEO.

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TheSpineView
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Pretty ☁️💗 7mo
Eggs Beautiful cover 7mo
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Christinak
Stardust | Neil Gaiman
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”They sat side by side on a thick, white cumulus #cloud the size of a small town. The cloud was soft beneath them, and a little cold. It became colder the deeper into it one sank, and Tristran pushed his burned hand as far as he could down into the fabric of it: it resisted him slightly, but accepted his hand. The interior of the cloud felt spongy and chilly, real and insubstantial at once.”
#Clouds #SpringIntoReading

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EadieB
Cloudsplitter | Russell Banks
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Pickpick

Day 11 - #cloud #springintoreading

I enjoyed Cloudsplitter. Banks made the key people of the antislavery movement come to life. Narrated by John Brown's son, Owen, we learn the details of his father's passion to free the slaves and his capture at Harper's Ferry and his hanging. Informative about 19th century American life. Recommend this book to those who are interested in the antislavery movement. John Brown changed the course of history.

Theaelizabet Can‘t tell you how long this has been sitting on my shelves. One of these days... 7mo
EadieB @Theaelizabet I had it awhile but really enjoyed it once I started to read it! 7mo
CafeMom I really enjoyed this book. 7mo
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tammysue 🙌🏻 8mo
Wife 🌹 8mo
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Nute Always working on ‘strengthening the good things that remain.‘ Thanks for these much needed words today!💕 8mo
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kspenmoll @Nute You are so welcome! It‘s a lovely book of poetry, put together by Georgia Heard, to help children right after 9/11.That event really changed my son,he was in first grade at the time.We visited relatives in NY often & he loved the Twin Towers.Like so many,we also have a close friend who lost her brother. He lost his innocence that day. This poetry helped - (edited) 8mo
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Poems by Emily Dickinson | Emily Dickinson
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TK-421
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"It was like rising slowly out of a pink cloud, or a magnificent dream which, try as you might, drains out of your mind as the daylight shuffles in, leaving a terrible sense of loss; nothing, you know instinctively, nothing you're going to experience for the rest of the day is going to be one half as good as that dream." #Cloud #QuotsyFeb19

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toofondofbooks
Mysterious Island | Jules Verne
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Selected Poems | William Yeats
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