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Joined December 2016

Hi 📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚Student for a lifetime. 📚📚📚📚she/her
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Rebecca | Daphne Dame Du Maurier

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_LfkVMFKgbY
Armie Hammer reads Rebecca.

readordierachel 😍 14mo
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raeintheworld 🍆! Ha! 14mo
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Nute Stacking both books! 14mo
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https://www.nytimes.com/2020/10/15/books/independent-bookstores-economy.html. 📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚

Leftcoastzen Just went to my local indie today.Bought 2 books , covid numbers are increasing in my state , my governor may not shut stuff down , but they may choose to go back to curbside.I wanted to support them with a modest purchase . 14mo
Nute Making a point to buy from my local and statewide indie bookstores. I hope that all small businesses can find a way to survive and succeed during and after this pandemic. 14mo
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Tabby Cats | Julie Murray
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Leftcoastzen 😻awwww, belly! 1y
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BiblioLitten 🥰🥰 1y
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Faceless Killers | Henning Mankell
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😤 shttps://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/ncaaf/2020/08/07/college-footballl-greatest-covid-19-threat-season-not-field/3304134001/

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Lcsmcat Thanks for sharing. It‘s an article worth taking the time to read. 1y
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“But if you are white, and you are feeling this way,I ask you this:is your lived experience real?Are the situations you‘ve lived through real?Are your interpretations of those situations valid?Chances are, if you are using them to decide whether or not other situations and opinions are valid,you think they are. So if you‘re lived experience are your interpretation of that lived experience are valid, cont

RowReads1 why wouldn‘t the lived experience of people of color be just as valid? 1y
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“What kind of person chooses to become an eel fisherman? What does the eel provide such a person with? A profession and an income is the simple answer. But that‘s not the whole story. True, the eel has been an important source of food in large parts of Europe throughout history, but it has always been tricky. Difficult to catch, difficult to understand,enigmatic and to many people simply unpleasant. It has forced fishermen to develop special cont

RowReads1 methods and tools;it‘s peculiar behavior has kept the fishing industry small scale even though demand has been high. It can‘t be farmed like salmon, for instance;in fact, it won‘t breed in captivity at all. As a source of nourishment, the eel is crucial for a lot of people, but it‘s rarely been cooperative. And today, when fewer and fewer people eat eel and catches are shrinking, why become an eel fisherman at all? 1y
Tex2Flo Intrigued. Always curious about unusual careers. 1y
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The faerie queene | Edmund Spenser
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Oh Joy Sex Toy | Erika Moen
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Untitled | Anonymous
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TBR. Someday I‘ll actually read it. 😨

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He‘s always right on point. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=QK4l23tYD_s 😎

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Untitled | Anonymous
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OrangeMooseReads 🙌🏽 1y
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Lucky | Jackie Collins
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For Bay Area Bookfest, Michael Pollan and Merlin Sheldrake discussing Sheldrake‘s “Entangled Life”. 🍄🍄🍄🍄🍄🍄🍄🍄🍄🍄🍄🍄🍄🍄🍄🍄🍄

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Untitled | Anonymous
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TrishB Well that article felt just like work. 1y
TobeyTheScavengerMonk An epic crisis for higher ed... and secondary ed... and elementary ed... 1y
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sprainedbrain Love it! 1y
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Untitled | Anonymous
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JamieArc I work at Michigan State University. We recently had an outbreak of at least 107 cases stemming from a bar where people (mostly students) were crowded and not wearing masks. It has made us all really nervous for school to start... 1y
Tamra We have moved most courses online and made contingent plans for all others to shift into online. 1y
TrishB We‘re not having any large classes- will be online. But then the students are altogether in halls 🤷‍♀️ 1y
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#welovebookstores Ed Yong and Rebecca Skloot were terrific in the #welovebookstores event for East Bay Booksellers in Oakland, this afternoon. They talked about (well duh) science. It‘s funny that Rebecca calls Ed, EdYoo. 😃

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SamAnne Bought this last week and plan to begin in July! 1y
RowReads1 @SamAnne The author dedicated it to the fungi he wrote it about😂. 1y
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Untitled | Anonymous
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Tamra 😑 1y
KristenDuck So sad 1y
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Untitled | Anonymous
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ChasingOm I think it‘s important to read the whole story, because there‘s also a quote where the owner of Semicolon says she wouldn‘t have been able to process the increased sales from the pandemic + increased support of Black owned businesses and so she‘s grateful for Bookshop.com. (edited) 1y
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rabbitprincess Let me know how the tagged is...I work in an environment that has high potential for direct and vicarious trauma, so if this book is useful I might check it out. 1y
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Image from Irma on Twitter.

hannah-leeloo Same here 💚 1y
booksandsympathy And cats 1y
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This. I‘m complacent myself.

audraelizabeth Interesting thought process. 1y
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The Big New Yorker Book of Cats | The New Yorker Magazine
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Next weeks cover.

SamAnne Wow. 1y
annahenke Powerful message. 1y
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StaceyKondla I was ogling this book at work today! Gorgeous cover and fascinating subject matter 1y
SamAnne Yes! I read the review in the NYT. It‘s on my TBR list. 1y
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Libraries | Bjarne Hammer
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Untitled | Anonymous
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Untilted | Autechre
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