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Na-ki-wa oo-ba-ke 4m
"Polynlee" a graphic  novel broken down into twelve parts. Lets take a deeper look into each cover of the series. Book cover #3. Story written by Carlton L. Sampon and illustrated by Waoobake. What a fine piece of visual literature. Available Now On Amazon. 
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Jessica Roley 11h
Kids Love Yahooty Who!!! top 1% of ALL publishing projects on Kickstarter EVER
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Chris Roberts 16h
Fulfilled a mini ambition and finally got to visit ⁦⁩ over the weekend, what a fantastic little book shop! Such friendly staff and a nice selection to keep us going (for a bit!) Will be back soon!
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Carl McColman 1m
Sarah Coakley on Thomas Merton: The Climate of Monastic Prayer
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Jennika Wells Jan 15
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Leena Maria 31m
are the plane, and the train, and the road. They are the destination, and the journey. They are home. -Anna Quindlen
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Derby Grammar School 8m
Year 6 have been looking at opening lines of wrapped to see if they would like to on without the distraction of a cover. Some interesting results!
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Gio Utti 18h
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TRAVEL Esquire 🥂✈️ 5h
📚 💕 Book lovers unite! 🌍
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Della Bell Jan 15
Last year I read 123 books. Cheers to doing the same in 2019. No better way than to start off with ❤❤
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Marianne Mercer Jan 15
In my happy place. 📚
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Raymond Norman 15h
After receiving angelic blood & overcoming his cursed condition, Arel continues his quest to find true fulfillment. 'Arel's Blood' by @ SSBazinet. FREE in Kindle Unlimited. Kindle visionary IAN1 ASMSG ebooks
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MEGRE 15m
Reading opens the world for us. We have never seen an avid reader who is not also a very interesting person! What are your reasons to read? Share with us in the comments below!
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Joshua Massey Jan 15
What are your must read books on boxing? 🥊
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Buddhisagar 37m
What you see and read are only words. But, there lie many things—a person shattered in pieces, several forgotten faces, the anguish of rootlessness—and more.
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Jade 6h
I'm pretty sure I have 30 on my desk right now.
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lya amaro 3h
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The Wild Rose Press Jan 15
Thank you all for voting for us! This is the 11th time out of 13 years we've won Best Publisher in the Critter's Annual Reader's Pole.
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Tomas Jan 15
A brilliant read ( sometimes a bit too honest 😳😁) definitely worth a lighthearted laugh.
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Purani Gyan Jan 16
5th Feb, 2019. We are coming
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