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Morgan Wright 15h
I'm curious... Would you go on a blind date with a book?
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Reese Witherspoon 14h
From the minute I could read, I’ve always had my nose in a book. I love a great story - tales of adventure, historical fiction, mysteries. Through these stories I’ve traveled back in time, to the ends of the earth and what a journey it has been!!!
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Lake 🌙 14h
What was the first novel you ever read? Mine was A Wrinkle in Time. Since then, my nose has been in a book. Thank you for introducing us to worlds and characters we otherwise would never know.
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WIRED 14h
These aren't just libraries—they're works of art.
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CNN 11h
These are some of the most exquisite libraries in the world
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Lupita Nyong'o 13h
In honor of , I'm introducing you to and her family! These are the first pages of my book featuring ’s illustrations. Books help build empathy and understanding, so what are you reading today? ⭐️
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edutopia 10h
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Joseph Gordon-Levitt 15h
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Vashti Harrison 14h
I love that is right after since my favorite thing to draw is kids in nature reading 🤓🌿📚
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NowThis 15h
‘Reading every day has made me smarter.’ — This 4-year-old is the advocate for reading we need on
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Queen Latifah 14h
Anyone have a good recommendation for what I should read next?
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Ava DuVernay 13h
When your younger sister grows up to be a bad-ass librarian and you think back to when she was recommending books to you as a kid. Thanks, ⁦. This is one of the greats.
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Penguin Books 14h
Every day is for us, but we'll use any excuse to show books some extra love! 🌎📚🗓️
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UN Women 15h
We're celebrating with some of our favourite women authors, such as Virginia Woolf, who became a feminist writer at a time when women were granted few rights.
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UN Women 12h
On , take a look at our list of feminist books written by women authors whose words inspire us all to advocate for women's rights:
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DC Kids 15h
Booster Gold is ready for ! With his own book, of course. 😎
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Arlene Dickinson 10h
Who remembers bookmobiles?
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The Nobel Prize 15h
“There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.” Ernest Hemingway, awarded the 1954 in Literature, is one of the world's most influential writers. Have you read 'For Whom the Bell Tolls'? Or perhaps 'The Sun Also Rises'?
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Vala Afshar 12h
I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library. —Jorge Borges 📚
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Epic Reads 13h
... Are you telling me every day isn't ?!
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