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DebinHawaii
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Yesterday‘s library #bookhaul It was part of my first post COVID errands & required a long nap afterwards. 😵 I went to pick up my holds, The Verifiers & Fire in the Sea & then found the tagged book which I have been wanting to read, a small graphic novel & the plant-centered cookbook.
A good little haul—the 📚🐔 approves.

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Blueberry
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1. The Natural World of Winnie the Pooh.
2. The Nature Fix ... And also the above.
3. The Sisters Brothers

#WeekendReads @rachelsbrittain
@NataliePatalie

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KristiAhlers
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For #travelthroughbooks we visit England with this non-fiction tell. I must say the author goes into great detail unwrapping all the secrets from Camillagate to Harry and Meghan leaving for the states. It‘s a lengthy read but interesting. #england #springread

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PathfinderNicole
A Devious Death | Alyssa Maxwell
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My son is taking his second M-Step test of the year so lots of time for me to read! Though I‘m mostly stressing about everything I need to get done between now and tomorrow morning when we leave for vacation 😬

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Booksbymybed
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Another love letter to Britain, written by Bill Bryson 20 years after The Notes from the Small Island. I started it a while ago, hoping that I can visit again soon. I hope I don‘t have to wait too long to go.

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intothehallofbooks
The Forest | Edward Rutherfurd
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It took me a full 5 weeks to finish this book ONLY because there is no unabridged audio. This is sort of a family saga about generations of the same group of families based in The New Forest area over the last 1000 years. I loved all of the history in here, particularly getting a really broad view of how life, culture, and technology have changed in one small area over the last thousand years. Can‘t wait to pick up another by Rutherfurd. So good!

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StellaB
Murder at Mallowan Hall | Colleen Cambridge
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An easy going old fashioned detective story, set in the home of Agatha Christie. Her housekeeper Phyllida Bright solves the murder mystery while running the magnificent Mallowan Hall with charming efficiency. We listened to this while driving on holiday, and it was perfect for that.

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TrishB
Do Not Feed the Bear | Rachel Elliott
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I loved this ❤️ although there are sad underlying themes of loneliness and grief, it‘s a feel good read. I loved the characters and even a POV from the dog! Just what I needed to read.
If you enjoyed Flamingo you‘ll enjoy this one.
Another Qb ‘used‘ hardback that I don‘t think has been read.

Cathythoughts Great deal 👍❤️ 2mo
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arielmonsen
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Foragingfantasy
The Narrowboat Summer | Anne Youngson
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I had to look up canal locks! Loved this story.

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