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schoollibraryjournal: Where I Work: Elizabeth Wein The pictures included here are spontaneous and random because, like Mr Earbrass in Edward Gorey’s The Unstrung Harp, I belong “to the straying, rather than the sedentary type of author.” I am “never to … Continue reading

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“She doesn’t approve of fashion magazines. It’s chichi and an unrealistic approach to self-impressions as well as economics.” “We’re going to have trouble. She’s a thinker.” Audrey, Fred, Paris, bookstore … lovely.

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favorite books → Pride and Prejudice

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Book Club chat with Elizabeth Wein author of CODE NAME VERITY!

vlcphoto: You don’t want to miss this!  This Friday at 6:30pm EST we’ll be chatting with the lovely author of the amazing, heartbreaking, moving and overall wonderful book, Code Name Verity.  We recently read it for book club and couldn’t … Continue reading

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in-the-middle-of-a-daydream: Audrey Hepburn as Sabrina (1954)

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kayla-is-the-maknae: Endless List of Favorite Books The Seven Kingdoms: Graceling, Fire & Bitterblue by Kristin Cashore “When a monster stopped behaving like a monster, did it stop being a monster? Did it become something else?” one of my favorite series … Continue reading

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 a dear friend found this for me in the book sale pile!

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weeding can be painful … love these Wishbone covers!!

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missrumphiusproject: catchingthetradewinds: Miss Rumphius by Barbary Cooney “‘When I grow up,’ I tell her, ‘I too will go to faraway places and come home to live by the sea.’ ‘That is all very well, little Alice,’ says my aunt, ‘but … Continue reading

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