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1. M&Ms (especially peanut) & Twix! 🍫
2. Cute/spooky 👻
3. Books (duh!) and coffee mugs 📖☕️
4. The Other Mother from Coraline is one of them! 🕷

Catching up on Litsy... this week has been crazy preparing for back to school 🏫🍎👩🏻‍🏫

#Screamathon @4thhouseontheleft

Karisa The Other Mother is soooo creepy! Great pick! I'm a teacher and mom--I agree about Back to School time. Jolt to the system (back to reality)! 🥴 3d
laur89 @Karisa Oof... double duty 😅 supermom!! 🦹🏻‍♀️ I‘m already exhausted just from the lesson planning... 3d
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Yes, I see that. 😂😂😂👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 #LitsyHumor

Texreader 🤣 6d
Bookzombie 😂😂 6d
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It‘s a long time since I read this one....


Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 🇬🇧📚👍🏻 1w
OriginalCyn620 👌🏻📚🇬🇧 1w
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Reading room progress. Almost everything is placed on the correct shelf. Next step is to organize each shelf by series order. I think that‘s tomorrow‘s “jackpot” (mess/trouble/shenanigans lol). 💖📚🎶🥳🧐

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I love my local coffee shop!

#coffeehouse #coffeeshop #cafe

AmyG ❤️ 2w
DGRachel That‘s beautiful! 2w
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I have Dr. Cottom's book of essays titled Thick (yet to be read) but just glancing at a few sentences I knew I wanted more of her works, which led me to this & I'm intrigued! It appears to be a critique of the rise of online, for-profit education. I'm curious to see if she discusses the elitism & cost-prohibitiveness of traditional 4yr colleges as well. Or maybe that's her point.🤔 Moving up my TBR! #LetsTravelAugust #College #Nonfiction

Megabooks It‘s really good! They both are! 2w
lele1432 @Megabooks good to hear! I had a feeling they would be! 2w
cathipink I loved Thick - need to read this one too. 2w
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lele1432 @cathipink I may just go ahead and read Thick this weekend! It's short and I can already tell I'll love it too! 2w
Hooked_on_books Thick is so good! I think I‘d read just about anything from her. 2w
OriginalCyn620 👌🏻📚 2w
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I look forward to any enjoy the #screamathon every year, and I‘ve already started planning my scary reads for October. I absolutely LOVE that there will be a swap this year, and opening at the beginning of the month means we will have even more creepy books to enjoy during the event. 😱

See Alisia‘s posts for more info. Here‘s the link to sign up! https://forms.gle/jcx64L78Vj4Xhufc6

4thhouseontheleft 👻🎃💜 2w
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Last year I read Nickel and Dimed with my seniors. While I thought it was good for them to read about experiences they may not be that close to, I did find her book a bit meh. I wanted them to read more about the people living these lives and less about a fairly affluent person play acting. I‘m hoping this is good and I can use it in class this year!

Skyrimir @Megabooks Thanks for the suggestion! I‘ll check it out. (edited) 3w
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Very Narrator Voice: There was not peace in the Middle East (Bobos in Paradise was published in 2000)

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This was on track to be a five star read for me. I once was an aspiring social scientist, and am now a librarian. The social science aspect of this book is fascinating, and the author has nothing but praise for libraries and other “social good” projects Parts of this book made me teary eyed. But it lost a star.. because of its complete lack of organization. It was like libraries—> parks —> libraries -> old people —> hurricanes -> libraries etc.