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The narrator sounds like Casey Cassem, but in a bad way. I just started listening. Hopefully it will become normal after a while.

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I grew up watching Sonia Manzano as Maria on Sesame Street and love her. I also love that she reads the audiobook.

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Interesting. I need to read the original Flow and look more into Csikszentmihalyi. I love hearing research on human happiness and habits.

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This is very good so far and very timely. She shows the experience of a young woman refugee from Gutemala as her life intertwines with a refugee from Chile and the son of a Jewish refugee.

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Looking forward to another fun Flavia DeLuce mystery. I do love the narrator on the audio books but I'm going hardcover with this one. Watied until December to read it because it takes place then. 🎄📖

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Excellent on every level. Must read. Moving, heartbreaking, inspiring. What an amazing person. What amazing people in her life. I admire her and aim to someday be half the organizer she is.

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Ugh, companies profiting off of prisoners. I have always hated Victoria's secret, hut liked whole foods 😥

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Dealing with Dragons | Patricia C. Wrede
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Some light fiction to go along with my nonfiction. Wish I had read this as a kid. I would have loved it. It was published when I was 2, in 1990.

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Listening to this on the Libby app and very much enjoying it.

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Just started this. Very interesting so far. The author is both archeologist and a weaver so she can explain both the anthropological and technical aspects of it.

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Listening on audio at work today for 6 hours. Engrossing. Two hours to go!

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Dietland | Sarai Walker
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I use this site too infrequently. Also I've been reading too many audio books on Libby at work, so they're not as photogenic...

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The Night Circus | Erin Morgenstern
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Wonderful! Very magical. Especially after suffering depression, I enjoy having joy and enjoyable things described. This book does that wonderfully. And I love how many women characters there were and how they all liked each other and supported each other.

Liatrek Nice review 😊 this has been on my TBR pile for a long time. Im hoping to read it this year. 1y
DebinHawaii Excellent review! Like @Liatrek I have had this one in my #TBR stack for far too long. 📚📚😬📚📚📚 1y
JacquelynLovesYou Thank you! 10mo
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I love this cover. I'm very interested in the human capacity for joy and our ways of bringing it about and expressing it. Also, in community. So this book is right up my alley.

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Inkdeath | Cornelia Funke
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Magical Ink World

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Inkspell | Cornelia Funke
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I just finished this and can't wait to read the third. I'm listening on audiobook, but bought these lovely used hardcovers for my shelf.

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Currently reading the left two on audio via Libby, even though I have these hardcovers. I listen while I work. And reading the third in person, lol. Also, Inkspell on Libby.

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This was a nice mystery, not disturbing. I have a feeling I shall like the next one even more! And I love this hardcover with no dust jacket!!

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New boyfriend and I have been reading A People's History to each other. Also, read some of this book about New Orleans before we met my childhood friend there/MS for a little vacation. I'm 4 books behind on my goodreads challenge!

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The owner of Loreli books in Mississippi recommended it.

DebinHawaii Beautiful! 💚 1y
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Picked this up in an independent bookstore in Mississippi. Lovely illustrations.

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My book haul from last Saturday from Unnameable Books. ❤📖📚

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Labyrinth Lost | Zoraida Cordova
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So excited about my next read! #bruja

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This book was recommended to me because my bf of 8.5 years left me in January. Thank god, he is alive and healthy. I don't want to go through what Sanberg is going through. But its similar. I think think book will.be helpful, even though i already have very good coping skills.

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Six-Gun Snow White | Catherynne M. Valente
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Catherynne Valente is my fave.

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Oh, my emotions!! My heart! Wonderful. I feel I've put a piece of me on the shelf with this book when i finished it and put it away.

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Sin: Selected Poems of Forugh Farrokhzad | Fur?gh Farrukhz?d, Sholeh Wolp
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Finally picked up a copy of some of Forugh Farrokhzad's poetry from the library. I've read ABOUT her in Azar Nafisi's and Dina Nayeri's books. #Iran #Iranianwriters #Iranianfeminists #feministpoetry #poetry #azarnafisi #dinanayeri #forughfarrokhzad

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The Thirteenth Tale: A Novel | Diane Setterfield
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"He put an arm around me. "I know" he said. "I know." He didn't know of course. Not really. And yet that was what he said, and I was soothed to hear it. For I knew what he meant. We all have our sorrows, and although the exact delineaments, weight and dimensions of grief are different for everyone, the color of grief is common to us all. "I know" he said because he was human, and therefore, in a way, he did."

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The Thirteenth Tale: A Novel | Diane Setterfield
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Choosing what to read next!

BarbaraTheBibliophage I loved Flight Behavior and Thirteenth. The middle one is on my shelf, unread so far. 2y
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It's been taking me forever to read this, but that's a reflection on my life right now, not the book, which is very good.

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I like this paragraph.

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Enjoying my lunch break outside...in the parking lot. 🌳🌳🌳🚗🚙🐦🐦🐦📖📖📖

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This is printed in rust ink. The previous one in the series was in blue ink. I put the bookmark here for comparison, because i felt like it was hard to see in the other pictures i took. It's not difficult to read. Pretty cool.

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I adore these books! I saw Dust Girl on Litsy and it sounded good, but i wasn't expecting it to be a new favorite. I am SO glad i found these!! Perfection!

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I'm afraid if I start reading on my lunch break, I won't go back to work today. That's how good the book I'm reading is. #dustgirl #fairyland #cantputdown #lunchbreakreading

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I'm afraid if I start reading on my lunch break, I won't go back to work today. That's how good the book I'm reading is. #dustgirl #fairyland #cantputdown #lunchbreakreading

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Inspired by #BookRiot article for #WorldPoetryDay I decided to check these out of the library today to see if I could get into poetry.

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I don't know if you can tell from the picture, but this book is printed in entirely blue ink! I don't know why. I've never seen anything lile it, have you?

Carla Only once; I have a copy of The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus, and it's completely printed in green ink. 3y
JacquelynLovesYou Oh, cool. I wonder why they chose to do that. I guess green is Christmassy and blue is oceany, but its weird because it's so uncommon. 3y
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The Orchard of Lost Souls | Nadifa Mohamed
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#BookMail! Got these beauties today!

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I adored Sacred Economics and this looks to be at least as good. I need this right now.

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Having a hard time focusing because my attention is split between these three books.

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Does anyone else find some pinterest posts, like this one, to be really classist and abelist?

Bibliogeekery Yes. I can see what you mean with this one! 3y
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They want to ban this treasure?! I learned more from this book than in my first 14 years of schooling and it made me feel proud to be American for the first time in my life! Because the rebels in the book were Americans who forced the government to make things more just.
#bannedbooks #howardzinn #apeopleshistory

Bibliogeekery ❤️ 3y
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These came in the mail today! I love former library books! 'America's Constitution' is bigger than i expected! A whopper at 477 with over 100 pages of notes after that.

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Three books that have been in my tbr pile for a while. Now might be the time to read them with Pres. Cheeto trying to scare everyone about immigrants and trans people. #fear #scaretactics #shockdoctrine #currentevents #resist #alternativefacts

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