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Books I'm reading or will read next on kindle or from my book basket. Odds and ends I collect.

Birds, Illustrations by Eloise Wilkin, 1958- Cover "Birds", Little Golden Book, 1958by Jane Werner WatsonIllustrations by Eloise WilkinFront Coverfrom my personal collection of vintage children's books

Essays of E. B. White , by E. B. White | 32 Books Guaranteed To Make You Laugh Out Loud

32 Books Guaranteed To Make You Laugh Out Loud

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Suzy Gershman is our answer to Peter Mayle in this heartfelt funny story of starting over in Paris. Suzy had always fantasized about moving to Paris with her husband, but when he dies unexpectedly, she decides to fulfill their dream alone. She chronicles her first year in Paris and of the delights and frustrations of learning to be a Parisian. Filled insider tips on everything from cooking the perfect clafoutis to—naturally—shopping,

Lisbeth Zwerger & The Gift of the Magi by O Henry

"I'll Be Seeing You" by Suzanne Hayes and Loretta Nylan -- “A 1940’s story told in letters between two women. I enjoyed this book as much as I did The Guernsey Literary and Potato Pie Society.”—Barb at KDL’s Byron Township branch

It’s the height of the Gilded Age, but Elena Bissette’s family has lost most of its fortune. The Bissettes still own a home on fashionable Mackinac Island, and they spend summers there in hopes of introducing Elena to a wealthy suitor. Quickly tiring of the extravagant balls at the Grand Hotel, she spends her days walking along the island’s rugged coastline.

During the two years that she studied in Brussels, Charlotte had a taste of life’s splendors travel, literature, and art. Back home in Yorkshire, duty-bound to a blind father and an alcoholic brother, Charlotte refuses to sink into hopelessness. With her sisters, Emily and Anne, she conceives a plan to earn money and pursue a dream: The Brontës will publish. In childhood the Brontë children created fantastical imaginary worlds; now the sisters craft novels quite unlike anything written before.

Jambusters by Julie Summers is the compelling true story of how the Women's Institute pulled Britain through the war with pots of jam and a spirit of make-do-and-mend.