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megnews
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Pickpick

This is a great picture book tribute to essential workers who kept the world going during lockdowns. You can hear the quiet of the eerily empty streets.

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kspenmoll
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#advent #week4 #gratitude

Blessed is the season which engages the whole world in a conspiracy of love! —-Hamilton Wright Mable

sharread Beautiful 🎄😍 1mo
MaureenMc Happy fourth Sunday of Advent! 1mo
kspenmoll @sharread @MaureenMc Thank you both!! I love this season! 1mo
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kaysworld1
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@squirrelbrain just letting you know your package arrived thank you.
Do I open it or not? I'm never too sure these days 😊

squirrelbrain Hi Kay, there is an Xmas pressie and a birthday one… they‘re both wrapped so you can open the envelope if you wish, then it‘s entirely up to you what you open when! 1mo
kaysworld1 @squirrelbrain Thank you so much 💓 your such an amazing person ❤ 1mo
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SusanLee
The Magic | Rhonda Byrne
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Eggs So pretty 🤩 1mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Beautiful 💛 1mo
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kplovesbooks
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I love Ann Voskamp's writing! This seemed perfect for #gift in #wishesandblessings . Plus, this leather edition. 😍
@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
@Eggs

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Beautiful 📚❤️ 2mo
Eggs Perfect 📙 2mo
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BethM
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Happy thanksgiving littens! I‘m incredibly grateful for this community!

JenReadsAlot Happy Thanksgiving! 2mo
OriginalCyn620 Happy Thanksgiving! 🦃 2mo
Chrissyreadit Happy Thanksgiving! I‘m grateful to know you! 2mo
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AmyG Happy Thanksgiving 🦃 2mo
Texreader 🥰🦃🍁 2mo
TheSpineView To you also!😘❤🦃 2mo
Avanders 🦃🍁♥️ 2mo
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BookDragonNotWorm
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Happy Thanksgiving!!! 🦃📚

image credit: Tin House

AmyG Great picture. Happy Thanksgiving 🦃🍁🍽 2mo
ElizaMarie Stealing this pic! I love it! 2mo
BookDragonNotWorm @AmyG Thanks, you too! 2mo
BookDragonNotWorm @ElizaMarie Please do! (I feel like it might give me nightmares tonight, though 😂) 2mo
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bthegood
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😂The tagged book might resonate with some people today who are spending time with extended family 😂

Make a great day everyone -

#Gratitude

Kdgordon88 Happy Thanksgiving! 2mo
bthegood @Kdgordon88 thx, you too🦃 2mo
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Nessavamusic
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#Two4Tuesday

📚Yes, trying to get another #bookspinbingo so hopefully finishing a couple more tbr books
🥧Pie!

TheSpineView Love pie! Thanks for playing and happy Thanksgiving 2mo
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Yuki_Onna
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1. Murakami Haruki. For setting dreamscapes and allowing me to escape reality.
And most importantly, for enabling me to write again and making me want to.

2. No.

3. This play... I was introduced to theatre because of it. That changed my life.

I love this! Thank you @ozma.of.oz
#sundayfunday #gratitude #harukimurakami #literature #theatre #change

Wanna play @hannah-leeloo @MySharonaK @BeeMagical ?

ozma.of.oz Peter Pan is an excellent doorway to the joys of theater! Thank you for sharing! 2mo
Yuki_Onna @ozma.of.oz Peter Pan, dear? 🤔 While I certainly agree with you, 😉
it was Andorra by Max Frisch my mother went to watch with me at theatre.
It was required reading at school at 10 grade and she knew I enjoyed it.
So she got us tickets. I fell in love with one of the actors. I got to know him.
That was the start of everything...
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ozma.of.oz Whoops! I think I commented too fast! Someone else tagged Peter Pan, and I was still thinking about it. So sorry! 🤦🏼‍♀️ I‘ll have to look up Andorra. I don‘t think I‘ve heard of it before. (edited) 2mo
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Yuki_Onna @ozma.of.oz No need to be sorry at all! 😚 I was just a bit puzzled... 😂
Max Frisch was (along with Friedrich Duerrenmatt) the most famous modern author of Switzerland. His novels and plays are frequently required reading in Germany. Andorra is one of his most influential plays - about someone who is made a scapegoat and the society that kills him with their prejudices. It's often thought to be set in Nazi Germany. It made a huge impact on me...
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Yuki_Onna @ozma.of.oz Btw, I really enjoy these kinds of conversations that ensue from ... mistakes or misunderstandings, if you will... 🤗
Of course, plays by mid-20th century mid-European authors are quite obscure outside of Europe... 😛 So I don't expect anyone apart from the bourgeoisie of the German speaking countries to have heard of it... 😁
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ozma.of.oz That sounds like a really intense read. Finding some works that I wouldn‘t normally be exposed to or pick up on my own is entirely why I do these questions! 😁 And yeah, misunderstandings can make for some really interesting discussions. 2mo
BeeMagical I saw this too late!🤦🏼‍♀️💀 2mo
Yuki_Onna @BeeMagical No worries! 😁 That happens to me frequently... 😁 Maybe you'll play this one next week? 😊 2mo
Yuki_Onna @ozma.of.oz Ha! Then I'll try to do my job and tell you about obscure European authors/books even more in the future! 😝
-Well, as a German, we are used having to deal with the Nazi era, Hitler, WWII etc. in films, books, documentaries and conversations on a daily basis.
Andorra is intense in topic, sure, but I really like the writing style of Max Frisch (He's one of my fave writers) and I enjoyed the discussion in class.
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