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Andrea313

Andrea313

Joined September 2016

Books. Detroit. Misc. But mostly books.
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I really appreciated this fascinating (tho fairly narrow) account of an anti-Nazi German woman living through WW2. In letters to her children, she recounts the cold winters, lack of food and fuel, and the bombing of Hamburg. I found it off-putting that there was only brief mention of concentration camps and their victims, but the letters written in the post-war months, trying to reconcile a way forward for Germany and its citizens, were powerful.

Ruthiella Nice photo! 🤩 1d
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Both of these little books pack a darkly funny punch. I liked the tagged book more than its sequel, but both were good for the kind of laugh that you then feel bad about because this old lady is a sinister, stone-cold sociopath, but also, somehow, a character you root for? Maud is definitely worth spending a couple of evenings with.

LeahBergen I really enjoyed the first one. I‘ll have to keep an eye out for the second! 3d
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Still absolutely gutted about the loss of Stephen Sondheim. I know my next couple of weeks will be full of Sunday in the Park with George on repeat and weeping when necessary. #Sondheim #SeeMoreTheatre

AmyG I am also so saddened. I grew up just loving West Side Story. 😥 6d
Andrea313 @AmyG Same here! It was one of the first musicals that drew me to theatre in a huge way, and Sondheim's brilliant, beautiful lyrics were a big part of the fascination. Sending love to the many, many who loved him. ❤️ 5d
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Scored a great #LittleFreeLibrary find when out on an evening walk. Can't wait to start!

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Jackie Hoffman leveling up on her Jackie Hoffman-ness. 😂 Very much enjoying this oral history of Fidler Afn Dakhn tonight. #SeeMoreTheatre #CurrentlyReading

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Research, research, research! I love when a work day involves so many good books; currently prepping presentations and lectures in conjunction with a production of Robert Xavier Rodriguez's opera "Frida". #SeeMoreOpera #SeeMoreTheatre

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A feminist, a socialist, and an anarchist walk into Lambeth... I love the ideology behind this book- members of the Fabian Society agitating for social reform, including free clinics and medical care for all, school lunches, and family allowances, surveyed daily life for the working poor of Lambeth and distributed their findings in order to widely broadcast living conditions of everyday workers in London. The result is somewhat dry at times- 👇👇

Andrea313 there are many charts and budget tables; but the individuals themselves (referred to only as Mrs. T, Mr. H, Mrs. R, etc.) are treated with respect in the writing. Any and all judgement is saved for a State that allows men and women to struggle and children to starve. The clear, sharp calls for support and reform reinforce how much things have changed in 100 years, and just how much they've stayed the same. #PersephonePick 2w
batsy This sounds so good! 2w
Andrea313 @batsy I did enjoy it, but I read it slowly over several weeks- I didn't find it to be a real page-turner! Be forewarned that this was originally published as a series of informational pamphlets and it shows; but it was important, necessary, eventually life-changing work, to be sure. 2w
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A fascinating study of the power inherent in communities of women. From girl bands to nuns to dancers to midwives, the author champions the achievements and innovations that inevitably spring from the wisdom and practice of female collectives (inclusive of trans women and sex workers). Definitely recommend!

ChasingOm This sounds like a great Christmas present for my sister — thanks! 😄 2w
Andrea313 @ChasingOm I hope she loves it! 2w
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Ars Botanica | Tim Taranto
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An epistolary novel about falling in love, and the fallout after the loss of that love. There was a (curmudgeonly) part of me that was skeptical of another book about White Guys Moaning, but it was beautifully and delicately written. I do wish we would have had alternating perspectives; I'd love to have seen some things from the point of view of the MC's partner. But overall, still a pick for me for its intimacy and quiet candor.

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I don't typically take to works by actors-turned-writers. And I don't typically like short stories. But I am intrigued by the wild, wonderful brain of Robert Sheehan and his approach to having written 16 "characters" instead of 16 stories, so let's see if we can't smash some preconceived notions! #BookMail #CurrentlyReading

MinnieTimperley I did not know this existed. I have loved him since Misfits. Thank you for sharing! I love the cover art. 4w
Andrea313 @MinnieTimperley So glad to share! I've also loved him since Misfits, and then beyond...Love/Hate, Umbrella Academy...he's become one of my favorite actors. Hope you enjoy the read! 4w
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I wish I'd read this book when it was first published. 15 years later, this territory feels not only well-worn, but also exasperating. Years and years of think pieces on the culture, values, and voting tendencies of the "white working class" have left me cold in the wake of 2016. I'm not sure what I was expecting this one to do for me; maybe I hoped to find some new enlightenment about our current situation? Spoiler: I didn't.

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Persuasion | Jane Austen
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#PemberLittens, if you are not following @janeaustenmeme on Instagram, GET THERE NOW. 😂😂😂

Kdgordon88 On my way….😁 1mo
Andrea313 @Kdgordon88 You won't regret it! 😂 1mo
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Today is #NationalBlackCatDay and I am here to shout out my love for these beautiful beings! Black cats are (unfairly) considered to be unlucky, and studies tell us there are more black cats in animal shelters than any other. My two black cats, #ColeCat and #TomKitten, have added so much love and joy to my life. If you're able, consider adopting- and make it a black cat. You're welcome. 🖤🖤🖤 #CatsOfLitsy

rubyslippersreads Your kitties are gorgeous! 😻🐈‍⬛🐈‍⬛ 1mo
Andrea313 @rubyslippersreads Aww, thank you! They are total sweethearts. 1mo
Leftcoastzen I love all cats , love black cats , yours are adorable! 1mo
Andrea313 @Leftcoastzen I love all cats, too. 😊😽♥️ 1mo
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Just started this and already loving it! Alan Cumming is one of my favorite performers and also seems like an all-around lovely person. I had a few opportunities in my teens to meet him at theatre stage doors and he was always incredibly kind and engaging to a nerdy kid who was SO! EXCITED! to talk theatre with an idol. I appreciate his honesty about mental health, and am also eager to hear his stories from Hamlet, Cabaret, Design For Living, etc.

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#ColeCat makes a handy bookmark (even when you never asked for his help). #CurrentlyReading #CatsOfLitsy

LitStephanie What a cutie! 1mo
Andrea313 @LitStephanie Aw, thanks! He's a sweet old man, and definitely lets me know when I've been reading for too long. 😂 1mo
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This collection is getting me through a long Friday. I love Wilde, I'd watch and listen to Robert Sheehan doing just about anything, and Brian Gleeson is just the cherry on top. #CurrentlyListening

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A concise, clever bio of Washington that just hits the high points, with an emphasis on the women and enslaved people whose lives are mere footnotes in other works. Plus the glorious introduction doubles as a fantastic take-down of The Men Who Write History and I am here for every bit of it.

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Portrait of a Scotsman | Evie Dunmore
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A quick, fun romance read with a nice arc for our leading lady and a wonderful rogue of a leading man. Just the thing to kick off my BFF readathon Up North! I know that starting with this book gets me out of series order, and now I'm looking forward to going back to the beginning with all of the characters in this world.

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Pride and Prejudice | Jane Austen
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Oh nooooo, this is terrible news! 😂 But do tell, #PemberLittens- which Austen villain are you?
https://bookriot.com/?p=480377

DebinHawaii Oh yikes! I got Lady Catherine de Bourgh! Although I am confident, intelligent & loyal to my family, I‘m a rude, haughty busybody! 🧐🤣 2mo
slategreyskies @DebinHawaii I got the same result! 🤣 2mo
StaceGhost I‘m Caroline too! Figures. At least we have lovely clothes? 2mo
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Amandajoy I got Caroline too 2mo
Andrea313 @DebinHawaii @slategreyskies At least you are an esteemed patroness?? Does that count for anything? 😂 2mo
Andrea313 @StaceGhost Way to look on the bright side. Just think of the clothes! 😂 2mo
MadelineMcCrae I got Mr. Wickham!😰😂 I am charming, beautiful, great at conversations, and…a liar who doesn‘t mind ruining lives to get what you want. Oh dear! 2mo
LeahBergen I‘m Mr. Wickham. 😆 2mo
DebinHawaii @Andrea313 @slategreyskies Yes, an esteemed patroness and also, there are few people in England I suppose, who have more true enjoyment of music than myself, or a better natural taste. If I had ever learnt, I should have been a great proficient. 🤣🤣🤣 (edited) 2mo
Andrea313 @DebinHawaii OK, I laughed out loud. 😂😭😂😭😭 2mo
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Some of you may recall that I grew a tad, uhh...obsessed with the first season of the Netflix #BSC reboot. 😉 Today was the release of Season 2, and my bff and I had a fabulous night binge-watching the entire thing. Anyone else out there reliving their childhood? Anyone else cry like a baby at the episode based on the tagged book? No? Just me? OK. #BabysittersClub #SayHelloToYourFriends

JamieArc I fell in love with the first season. Loved how well done the modern adaptation was while honoring the original. Can‘t wait to binge the next season tomorrow! 2mo
CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian Can't wait to watch this new season! I loved the first one. 2mo
Andrea313 @JamieArc @CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian I'm looking forward to seeing what you think of Season 2! 2mo
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The Lido | Libby Page
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This beautiful book is a love story on multiple levels- that of life-long partners, of friends new and old, and love of a community. Mostly it made me reflect on how lucky I am to have my own local lido (pictured here closed for cold weather). Detroit's Brennan Pool opened in the 1920s, and was the site of the US swimming Olympic trials in the 1950s. Now I get to spend my sunny days here, and I'm reminded not to take that for granted.

JamieArc Oooh I didn‘t know about this pool. I loved this book too. It‘s a dream to live near a community pool one day. #mittenlitten (edited) 2mo
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The Detroit Public Library: An American Classic | Barbara Madgy Cohn, Patrice Rafail Merritt
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Finally went to the library for the first time in two years! It felt so good to walk into that gorgeous building; these stamps and stickers are making my day. ♥️📚❤️ #LibraryLove #DetroitPublicLibrary #MittenLitten #DetroitLove

LiteraryinLawrence What a good feeling! 💗 2mo
sharread Wow the Detroit Public Library. Awesome. The last time I was there I was 17. Did you goto the DIA too? 2mo
Andrea313 @sharread No, unfortunately, just into the library and on my way! The DIA was one of the first places in Detroit to fully re-open, though, IIRC; I should head over there soon. 2mo
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I blazed through Nobody, Somebody, Anybody, a quick, tight story of an isolated, alienated young woman with ambitions she can never quite manage to fulfill. Several reviews I read compared it to My Year of Rest and Relaxation, so I had to check that out, too. I found Moshfegh's story fascinating but ultimately as shallow as its main character. My recommendation goes to the tagged book- Amy's conflicting desperation and inertia totally drew me in.

EvieBee So glad you like it! I am still thinking about it. I love lonely people. 2mo
Andrea313 @EvieBee I'm still thinking about it, too! In a lot of ways, I found the "voice" of the book more similar to Convenience Store Woman than anything else, even though there are many differences. But mostly it stands on its own in its beauty/ weirdness/ tragedy. 2mo
EvieBee So true! That is another one I really liked! Whatever this is, I want more of it. 2mo
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Ruthiella @EvieBee @andrea313 one book that I enjoyed that kinda fits the criteria is 2mo
Andrea313 @Ruthiella Thanks for the recommendation! This will be going in my list! 2mo
EvieBee @Ruthiella Thank you! I will definitely be checking this out. 2mo
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Jean and Johnny | Beverly Cleary
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It's been a long time since I've spent a day sick in bed, but if I have to experience that, at least I have a Beverly Clearly malt shop novel to curl up with! #CurrentlyReading

eeclayton Feel better soon! 2mo
Andrea313 @eeclayton Thank you! I'm feeling better already. 😊 2mo
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Skipping out of work a little early today to enjoy this slice of Heaven. 🧡📚🫖 #currentlyreading

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Just a few off my #OctoberPile, with the cool breeze of a Michigan fall right outside that door! Can't wait to get started! #LittensDressedInBlood #MittenLitten #TBR

fredthemoose I didn‘t realize #MittenLitten was a thing! I‘m in Ann Arbor but work in Detroit. ☺️ 2mo
AmyG Go Blue!!!! 2mo
Andrea313 @fredthemoose Yes! There are a bunch of us who use the tag, and it's always fun to see who is local. I live and work in Detroit. 😊 2mo
JamieArc We are having a strange, but really nice fall here in Lansing! A nice breeze, but definitely not cool at 78 and sunny! 2mo
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My Dear Sophy | Kimberly Truesdale
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The #SeptemberRoundUp doesn't include as many books as I'd like, but I'm going to say that 14 isn't bad for a month when I had three major work events, plus a road trip. Most of my reading was for the #PemberLittens, but of course I had a few #RomanceReads and my #PersephonePick was the best of the bunch. In fact, I predict it may be the best of my year!

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Persuaded | Rachel Schurig
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Closing out the month with one of my favorite Persuasion adaptations, written by my favorite romance author. I think the modern take on the characters really works, and I love the ambition and determination of our leading lady.

Thanks so much again to @sprainedbrain for leading the #PemberLittens through Austen's complete works and the many, many adaptations we all enjoyed! Excited to see what might be next. 🙂

Teresereading Me too, can‘t wait to see what‘s next 1mo
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This was a quick, enjoyable adaptation of Persuasion in one of my favorite settings to date. I don't believe I've read anything previously that's been set on the island of Tobago, and I loved the descriptions of the many flowers and trees, the music, the ocean...the writing was so evocative. I definitely recommend this to my fellow #PemberLittens and #YA fans!

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Two books that I'm excitedly anticipating! #PublishedIn2021 @Eggs @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

Eggs They both look great 👍🏼 2mo
MatchlessMarie Been dying for that sequel to come out 2mo
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Portrait of a Scotsman | Evie Dunmore
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Each October, my two best friends and I spend a weekend at a cottage #UpNorth for a reading retreat. We do take walks and enjoy the outdoors and have the occasional heart-to-heart; but primarily we sit in companionable silence and tear through as many books as we can. It's my favorite, most indulgent weekend of the year, and though it's still a couple weeks away, I'm already beginning to make my book selections for the trip! #MittenLitten

LeslieO That sounds lovely! 2mo
ravenlee That sounds glorious! 2mo
TrishB Great weekend 👍🏻 2mo
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This quote was one of my favorites from the tagged book, and has been rattling around in my mind after a week out of town, straight back to a business trip and then a 12-hour Saturday spent at a work event. Home is the very best place, and I'm so lucky to love mine. It's definitely been calling me during this busy period! #home #PersephonePick

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"Work" today means a 12-hour performance art piece in a now disused, once glorious, Detroit theatre. Ragnar Kjartansson's BLISS takes three minutes from Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro and loops it, with live singers and orchestra, for twelve hours. We're at the halfway point and I'm still enchanted- though feeling for my performer colleagues! #SeeMoreOpera #MittenLitten

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I loved this book so, so much in my late teens and 20s, and even though there are aspects of it that haven't aged well, I still have a soft spot for it. I actually prefer the sequel to the original, and recommend the British edition with its section on the death of Princess Di (which I still find oddly touching) over the American. Its connections to Persuasion are loose at best, but they're there. Definitely enjoyed this re-read! #PemberLittens

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The One You Want | Rachel Schurig
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At a conference on Mackinac Island today, which has me wanting to revisit Rachel Schurig's "Lilac Bay" series, inspired by Mackinac. The tagged book is partially set at a hotel based on the island's glorious Grand Hotel (pictured here). #MittenLitten

AmyK1 I love Mackinac Island! Have fun! 2mo
JamieArc Ooh. I‘ll have to check out that series. #mittenlitten 2mo
Mynameisacolour Love it! Are the leaves changing there yet? We are taking a trip to the Island around the 16th of next month and I hope it won't be too late for all the color. 2mo
Tamra Such a fun place - been a long time though. 2mo
Andrea313 @Mynameisacolour The leaves are juuuuust starting to change! Usually everything is absolutely gorgeous by mid-October; my fingers are crossed for you! 2mo
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Just an absolutely lovely book! Filled with lots of joy and a little bittersweet melancholy, this story of a family's yearly visit to the seaside is going to be a yearly re-read for me. There is so much delightful specificity in the descriptions (of people, emotions, relationships), and so much everyday beauty. This should be your next read! #PersephonePick #Persephone

LeahBergen “Delightful specificity”. Exactly! 👌 2mo
Ruthiella I absolutely love this book too. ❤️ 2mo
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By the Book | Julia Sonneborn
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The author has described this book as, "a love letter to books and a love letter to book lovers" and I believe that comes through clear as day! This modern take on Persuasion, about a literature professor reconnecting with an old love, has so many pitch-perfect moments that I felt really connected to as a life-long reader. And with multiple, wonderful scenes set in libraries? What more could we ask for?! #PemberLittens

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Shout-out to all my #PemberLittens and #BronteBuddies who may be in search of some more #19thCentury female writers. DeWees' book gives us insight into seven other literary ladies in what has been called "a feminist history of literary Britain." #FallTreasures
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MoonWitch94 Ohhh fun! Thanks for sharing:-) 2mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Awesome photo!! 2mo
Eggs Beautiful 🌺 2mo
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By the Book | Julia Sonneborn
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Not sure I have a good #ThriftStoreFind to speak of; would you settle for a Thrift Books find? 😉 My current read, and so many more, came from that fantastic site. #FallTreasures @Eggs @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Love that site! 3mo
Eggs Great cover❤️ 3mo
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The latest installment of the Ransome Family series is so good! River is such a great leading man, and I loved seeing his interaction with his family as much as I loved seeing his romantic relationship develop. It was also really fun to read it out on this balcony (swoon!) while on vacation in Tennessee, as part of the action of the story also takes place there. #FaceOnCover #FallTreasures #romance
@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Eggs

Centique What a beautiful spot! 3mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Beautiful ❤️❤️ 3mo
ravenlee Is this a series that needs to be read in order? Or would this work as a stand-alone? 3mo
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Andrea313 @ravenlee There would be pretty big spoilers for other books in the series, but the action would be pretty easy to follow! 3mo
ravenlee Thank you - need to see if the library has them. 3mo
Eggs 👏🏻 ⛰ 💚 3mo
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How would you rank all six, #PemberLittens?

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Pride and Prejudice | Jane Austen
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This was SO HARD to do! I love S&S; how can it only be my fourth favorite?! I guess we just need to remember that my least favorite Austen is still miles above almost everything else I like to read. What would your ranking be? #PemberLittens

LitStephanie Exactly, the worst is still great. I can't rank them all, but I think Mansfield Park is my least favorite. Each has a little different style, e.g., P&P has hilarious, witty dialog and descriptions, but Persuasion is more mature writing and IMO the most romantic. Not better, just different. 3mo
Andrea313 @LitStephanie "Not better, just different." YES. I actually love Northanger Abbey's lightness, and don't know how you can compare it to more serious, somber works like Persuasion and Mansfield. Also, this list is ever-changing for me, so this is just a snapshot of my ranking on this particular day 3mo
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A decent YA adaptation. I love a character's disability being no big deal- mentioned once and then never again, allowing her to just be a full person in the story. This Wentworth was written as a young Black man, with Walter's racism causing his disapproval. While I liked the inclusion of a lead character of color, and it was clear that the "good" characters despised his mistreatment, the bigoted remarks were still tough to read. #PemberLittens

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Rating so-so to split the difference between how much I loved the content but loathed the narration of the audiobook! Many mispronunciations, and worse- multiple pronunciations of the same name- were very jarring. But the author gives an important look at the current state of ballet and it's inequities. So much needs to change to preserve this art form for the future and Angyal digs right into the heart of it. But buy it in paperback. 🙂

Susanita Oof. Multiple pronunciations of the same name is a big no. 3mo
Andrea313 @Susanita Took me out of it every. 👏 time. 👏 Where are the editors?? 3mo
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All Stirred Up: A Novel | Brianne Moore
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This was the perfect adaptation to kick off a month of Persuasion-adjacent reads! I loved the two leads, particularly Chris, our Wentworth, and the Edinburgh setting was an absolute dream. Fun and sweet and set in my favorite city? I'm sure I'll be re-reading this one many times. #PemberLittens

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Celebrating and recognizing all those who demonstrated, protested, and went on strike for more humane working conditions, and all who are working now to rebuild a strong labor movement. We have more work to do, undoubtedly; but I hope folks can enjoy a day of rest today. #LaborDay #FallTreasures
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Eggs 📚👌🏼📚 3mo
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The Library Book Cart Precision Drill Team Manual | Linda D. McCracken, Lynne Zeiher
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I'm way late to pretty much every trend, but I'm happy to be hopping on the #BookCart bandwagon at last! I hope this helps me keep better track of the books I've borrowed, as well as keep my #TBRs front and center! Now just eagerly awaiting the ridiculous number of magnets and stickers I've ordered to finish it off...

marleed It‘s never too late to own your first book cart! 3mo
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I've had the chance to see James Whiteside dance with American Ballet Theatre, and he's phenomenal. I also follow him on social media and love the way he challenges what's expected of a top-tier dancer and a cis man in ballet. Center Center explores his many evolutions as an artist, but beware- this memoir is not for the faint of heart. Whiteside is candid about sexuality, sex, language, and violence. However, it all adds up to a fascinating book.

catiewithac I adore him!! 🩰 2mo
Andrea313 @catiewithac Same here! He's written a good book, too; incredibly candid, even when it doesn't reflect well on him, and very funny and moving. 2mo
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I love the way Emily is side-eyeing the handsome, young Sociology teacher, Jed Wakeman, in this illustration. She's clearly down to engage in a little #TeacherAppreciation and I can't say I blame her. 😉 #MaudHartLovelace #BetsyTacy #FallTreasures
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 👩‍🏫 🙌🏻📚 3mo
Eggs 👍🏼📖🤗 3mo
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Eggs Well done 👍🏼 3mo
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