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Amanda Hudson Jul 12
On holiday, sailing in the Adriatic with a classic Le Guin for my .
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Meadow Brook School Jul 19
Mrs. Johnson recently had the pleasure of enjoying this popular children's book themed salad. Can you guess which book inspired this tasty treat?
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Jennifer Grantham Jul 19
: Cranford by Elizabeth Gaskell 📚
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Laura Strickland Author Jul 12
You've heard the fairy tale...now read the story in his own words! Rum Paul Stillskin
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Laurie Burns Jul 19
I’ve taken to reading everything gives 5 stars to on and it’s always a hit with me. Love a fun read with depth.
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🦓✍️ zebras54 author🔻 Jul 12
- Today I read a short story called The Physician and the Saratoga Trunk by Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson (1850 -1894). It is a mystery set in Paris and London involving a Bohemian prince I love this author.
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Samantha M. Bailey Jul 19
Oh, there's nothing like the amazing feeling you get when you finish a fantastic book. Thank you for letting me read a very early ARC of SISTER DEAR! Suspenseful, dramatic, twisted, and addictive!
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NY Public Library Jul 12
Not sure what to read this holiday weekend? Tweet to from now until 11 AM ET to get a personalized recommendation from our book experts! Send information like your favorite books, authors, or genres, and they will work their magic.
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Pamela Klinger-Horn Jul 19
Good morning . Because Facebook cares about me, it reminded me of this wonderful day 7 years ago at the launch of your novel THE SANDCASTLE GIRLS . What a great day for literature!
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Helen MacKinven Jul 19
Almost finished this heart warming coming of age tale. Reminds me of the Inbetweeners and is an ideal summer read.
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Susan Butler Jul 19
Look what I have!!! ‘s terrifying novel A Head Full of Ghosts, the French release!!! Looking forward to a very very frightening weekend.
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MGRLibraries Jul 19
What’s on your list? Don’t forget to stock up for the weekend at the library!
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Meadow Brook School Jul 12
Loving the book Nobody Hugs a Cactus! "Celebrated artist and lead character designer of Brave, Ratatouille and Despicable Me, Carter Goodrich, shows that sometimes, even the prickliest people—or the crankiest cacti—need a little love." What books are you loving?
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D. Alexander Ward Jul 12
So far, I'm thoroughly enjoying THE TROLL by !
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Paul Heatley Jul 12
Just been through to Morpeth Waterstones and got their last copy of The Chain by - signed, no less! has raved about this book for months so I'm gonna spend the rest of my day reading it - how's your day looking?
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Gabino Iglesias Jul 19
It's time! Retweet this and share a link to your book so we can all be each other's marketing team. Gives us blurbs today. We have the Cats trailer and a new Iggy Azalea record out, so it's a good time to remind folks books are amazing.
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JaneHarper Jul 19
is just an excuse for us to keep reading 's Pan's Labyrinth: The Labyrinth of the Faun, right?
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"I adored Messing with Matilda for all the reasons I love the author's other books: humor, emotion, relatability, quick pace, romance." 📚❤️
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The Edinburgh Crime Mysteries #3 Hunter’s Force - treat yourself & grab your copy today!
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I have so many delicious books to read this weekend but THIS ONE, Kendra Elliot's new release, leads the pack!
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