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Penguin Classics UK May 18
How has your favourite Penguin Classic impacted you? Comment with your answer and a photo of your most weathered and dog-eared Classic, using the hashtag , for a chance to have it photographed for a poster campaign and win a bundle of books.
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Sarah #JC4PM2019 May 18
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Totally transformed what I thought was creatively possible not only as a woman, but as one who had experienced mental health distress. Led me to study Literature at University and continues to inspire me to this day.
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Simon Powell May 19
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Don't know if you can see the sellotape but this one is still hanging in there after 20+ years. Bought it while working at a second hand bookshop as a teen (The owner would sometimes pay me in books)
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Jon Tait 3m
I've found Buy Dick the Devil's Bairns by Jon Tait With... with free worldwide delivery
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FrimleyGreenLib 2h
Just a reminder that is closed today for the !
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Sterling Literacy May 23
Sterling Literacy Consulting - Fight summer literacy loss. We are providing flyers for parents to help grow children's reading skills this summer!
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Ian Tompkins May 18
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Herodotus, bought 40 years ago, happily used for teaching. ❤️Greek freedom.
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Clare H May 22
This started my enormous love of detective fiction, as a young teen around 32 years ago. I still love its smell.
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Rosy May 25
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Mick Sharkie May 25
Any Twitter crew interested in a strange assortment of racing books? Let me know and I’ll stick em in a box and post to you 😊
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David Francis 4h
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A Christmas present almost 50 years ago (along with Vol 1 of course). Currently on my third time through. The combination of depth of detail and panoramic sweep still astonish.
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Ganges May 18
. John Cowper Powys the English Dostoevsky.....my dog-eared and annotated copy.
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Sheena Brieske 21h
I'm excited for the new reading opportunities our students will have this summer! Thank you for planning this initiative , and thank you to our families and community members who helped get more books in the hands of our students!
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Krystal Hague May 24
No one can understand my happiness currently. Well maybe those who advocate for mental health and work in the mental health field.
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Evergreen Eagles May 24
Parents and guardians, please be on the lookout for report cards and the summer reading packets coming home with your students today. Have a great summer and we will see you in August.
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The Stories We Cherish May 23
Started reading this last night!
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Mandy Jo Rindhage 16h
Did you know that Mandy Jo wrote a book? It's a fictional story that includes family, exercise and more! Get your copy here:
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Anisa A May 22
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George Bowling May 21
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A really tough read - essentially an entire book about being drunk! And yet it is full, rich, dense, and rewarding, despite its pervasive sadness. As Lowry said, it is “hot music, a poem, a song, a tragedy, a comedy and a farce” It won’t be but ... !
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The Cris Corner May 25
To study or to read? 📚There is the question🤔... No doubt, keeping reading “Bridesmaids” 🧁by Dying of curiosity to know what will happen with Jane and her flatmate Freddie 💕 and with the super Rachel’s wedding 👰🏻 💒
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