The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Sitterfeld./ Great read!
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The Thirteenth Tale - Diane Setterfield. I really identified with the narrator (a book lover and a writer) and I loved this one. The narrator is tasked with writing the biography of a famous author who is now on her deathbed. In doing so, she unravels the secrets of the old woman's childhood and family history. I couldn't leave this one alone!
"There is something about words. In expert hands, manipulated deftly, they take you prisoner. Wind themselves around your limbs like spider silk, and when you are so enthralled you cannot move, they pierce your skin, enter your blood, numb your thoughts. Inside you they work their magic." - from "The Thirteenth Tale", Diane Setterfield
The Thirteenth Tale - Diane Setterfield For everyone who loves the old gothic style of the Brönte sisters...
One of my all time favorite books! The Thirteenth Tale — Diane Setterfield
The Thirteenth Tale (a novel) by Diane Setterfield - On my reading list!
The Thirteenth Tale - Diane Setterfield. Book Club 2015.
Books Worth Reading - it was a good read.
good book....book club read
Angela's Ashes by Frank McCourt
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“Sing your song. Dance your dance. Tell your tale.” ― Frank McCourt, Angela's Ashes---one of OUR favorite books.
Angela's Ashes by Frank McCourt. Memoirs of a triumph over adversity ... one of my favorite books! <3
Angela's Ashes-Frank McCourt, one of my favorite books, it's been reread at least twice
Hands Down Favorite Book of All Time....almost - "Angelas Ashes" by Frank McCourt.
One of my all time favorite book! Angela's Ashes ~ Frank McCourt
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McCourt, Frank “Angela's Ashes” - 1996 I read this book ages ago, with my first book club in the UK. A wonderful autobiography, so vivid. And miserable. What a miserable life. Tolstoi starts “Anna Karenina” with: “Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” Frank McCourt even adds to this: “Worse than the ordinary miserable childhood is the miserable Irish childhood.“ Now, this family has a very miserable childhood and Frank McCourt has a talent describing it, unbelievable. You ask yourself how people can live like that. An alcoholic father, sick children, no job, no money, no food. But there is also hope in this book, and Frank McCourt is the best proof to that. Despite his miserable childhood, he managed to become a teacher and then a Pulitzer Price winning author. From the back cover: "Stunning reissue of the phenomenal worldwide bestseller: Frank McCourt's sad, funny, bittersweet memoir of growing up in New York in the 30s and in Ireland in the 40s. It is a story of extreme hardship and suffering, in Brooklyn tenements and Limerick slums – too many children, too little money, his mother Angela barely coping as his father Malachy's drinking bouts constantly brings the family to the brink of disaster. It is a story of courage and survival against apparently overwhelming odds. Written with the vitality and resonance of a work of fiction, and with a remarkable absence of sentimentality, ‘Angela’s Ashes’ is imbued on every page with Frank McCourt's distinctive humour and compassion. Out of terrible circumstances, he has created a glorious book in the tradition of Ireland's literary masters, which bears all the marks of a great classic." His second book "'Tis" tells us about his life in the US and his third "Teacher Man" about his life as a teacher.. Frank McCourt received a Pulitzer Prize for his autobiography in 1997.
The Glass Castle
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The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls (Just finished this book. Wonderful story. My Mother was on page 194 the day she died suddenly. Glad she was reading a good book. She was also re-reading Tom Sawyer! )
The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls is available as a Book Club Kit from the Apache Junction Public Library.
The Glass Castle : A Memoir. Jeannette Walls This is an AWESOME book. I couldn't put it down.
#7--In the last three days I fell in love with The Glass Castle. The first few chapters were charming, quirky, interesting -- I had begun my flirtationship. The Glass Castle quickly turned into a fascinating book I could not put down; I was in love. Towards the end, I felt like I had grown up with Jeannette Walls and her dysfunctional family. Even though the ending was relatively happy, I could not help but be heartbroken over the end of my new favorite book and its beautifully sad narration.
The Glass Castle is the first book I read with the Frisbie Book Worms.
Behind Every Good Book...: "The Glass Castle" by Jeannette Walls
The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls - such an amazing book
The memoir seems to be the publishing industry's favorite genre lately. Apparently, everyone and his brother has been busy at the typewriter. While many of them don't look like they're worth reading, a few stand out—The Glass Castle being one...
Amanda chose The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls for our July book club. And I loved it - though it got some mixed reviews. At least one person wasn't able to even finish it because it bothered her so much. Which is completely understandable. It is the story of Jeannette Walls' childhood - growing up with 2 sisters and 1 brother in very unusual and often terrible ways because her parents are extremely selfish and irresponsible people. Or at least that was our consensus. Between her mother's selfishness and laziness and her father's drunkenness and inability to hold a job - it is a miracle that she turned out so well! The book starts when Jeannette is about 3 years old in the west, to avoid paying their debts they move from place to place mostly in the desert, doing the old 'skedaddle' as her dad calls it. Then when she's in her early teens they settle down in West Virginia -you think the desert is bad, wait till you read about West Virginia! And finally ending in New York and up to the present. The narration and flow of the book is so engaging that nearly every time I was consumed with horror at their lives, she would explain something new or tell some story and I found myself laughing out loud. But be warned, there is a lot of craziness in this book. The way they have to live because of the faults of their parents is astonishing to me. And throughout book club we all kept saying, "oh yeah the most terrible thing was," and "I can't believe I forgot to mention this other terrible part," etc, etc, all night. But despite my constant use of the word terrible - the book is wonderful and amazing and ultimately inspiring, just the situations are terrible. I am just so impressed by Walls' ability to be so objective about her own life and how she literally rose above it without bitterness and hatred. I was also personally inspired because I have been feeling particularly poor lately, and let me tell you after reading this there is no way I will ever feel poor again! But most interesting to me was the contrast of reading this book and The Diary of Anne Frank so close together and having them go through such similar experiences as far as what they ate and how they lived (often in filth, going to the bathroom in buckets, etc), but with the Frank's it was thrust upon them by a tyrant and a war, whereas the Walls lived that way by choice. At least by the choices of the parents anyway. Like I said terrible... I just wanted to slap her parents across the face while I was reading this book!
"Girl with a Pearl Earring" by Tracy Chevalier
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A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith
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A tree grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith. Considered to be one of the greatest books of the 20th Century. Always want this book never remembered the Author. My very favorite book as a young girl.
This is my all time favorite book. My aunt Kathy gave it to be since it was one of her favorites too. I could read it over and over!
One of my all-time favorite books. Quite possibly at the top of the list, although that seems to alternate between a few. I've read this so many times, and could re-read it a million more. I'm sad every time it's over.
I'm told this was my grandmother's favorite book: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith. One of my favorite books of all times.
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith. My all time favorite book.
My favorite book, worth reading again!!!
Ask any teacher or literacy expert — reading with (and to) your kids is the best way to guide them into a life of reading on their own. But we don't just read to our kids to create literate people. We read with our kids to create a language with which to talk and think about life.Kids — girls, especially — are under loads of pressure. Pressure to be good students, to be popular, to be athletic, to be responsible, to be accomplished. Their lives and relationships are complicated, yet it's often difficult for them to talk about these complexities with their parents. Reading books with our kids gives us a concrete way of discussing life's quandaries.This list is particularly created for moms and their kindergarten through high school daughters. Whether you are one mom reading a book with your daughter or a group of moms and daughters reading and discussing together in a book club (what fun!), the books listed here provide plenty of opportunities to discuss the minor and major choices we all face in life. Moms will be able to dispense their wisdom, veiled as plot analysis. More importantly, moms will be deeply impressed by how wise and articulate their daughters can be. Reading together is fun, and it can bring people to a deeper understanding of each other.
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows I loved the format of this historical fiction! It's comprised entirely of letters sent between the residents of Guernsey (members of the "Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society") and Juliet, a writer in London. She wanted to know more about the German occupation of Guernsey during World War II. They wanted to share their stories of hardship and triumph. And so the plot unfolds! Juliet's witty writing reminded me of some of my favorite blogs... if she was around today (and a real person!), I just know she'd have one. The Help by Kathryn Stockett You know a book is a good one, when every girl on the train is reading it on the way to work, and when Wade said he'd seen lots of people with "The Help" in tow, I knew I had to add it to my reading list. (My friend loaned it to me, so that helped too!) Set in Jackson at the start of the civil rights movement, it's the story of three women who become the unlikeliest of friends as they work together to write an eye-opening book about the reality of Jackson's young white women and the black maids they employ. Loved it. And Hooray! I saw that it's been made into a movie and coming to theaters this summer. The entire time I was reading, I was imagining what a good movie it would make. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith I cannot believe I waited so long to read this book! (It wasn't part of my high school English syllabus, and though I'd recognized the title, I didn't know anything about it until a friend recommended it.) First published in 1943, "Tree" tells the story of Francie Nolan, a bright, but lonely girl growing up in the Brooklyn tenements at the turn-of-the-century. Living in poverty, she had very few possessions and lived a pretty tough life, enduring hardships no child should ever have to face. But she had a vivid imagination and found simple pleasures in even the littlest things. Betty Smith's writing through the voice of a child is so beautiful and memorable and makes this book easily one of my favorites. The Little Mouse, the Red Ripe Strawberry and the Big Hungry Bear by Don and Audrey Wood The last few weeks or so, this book has been at the top of our pile of bedtime books. Sometimes it's actually the only one we read because before I even have a chance to say "the end," Henry and Amelia are already asking with great insistence for "moh, moh, moh!" Most nights we read it five or six times before they've had their fill (and I've managed to convince them that the little mouse has gone to bed). Thank goodness it's a cute story and with even cuter illustrations, otherwise I'd go crazy reading it so much!
Red River by Lalita Tademy
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An old favorite.
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Cane River (Oprah's Book Club) by Lalita Tademy http://www.amazon.com/dp/0446615889/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_O3wtub14ZVAQW
Cane River, by Lalita Tademy (Oprah's Book Club) - traces four generations of African-American women based on one family's ancestral past of salves and their french slave owners. Incredible read and recommending
Cane River - By Lalita Tademy. My favorite book of all times - I re-read my favorites, and have read this 4 times!
One of my most favorite books...Cane River (Oprah's Book Club)
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Life of Pi by Yann Martel
Life of Pi, I recommend this book - slow start but keep with it!
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Life of Pi | Yann Martel | Fiction | Possessing encyclopedia-like intelligence, unusual zookeeper's son Pi Patel sets sail for America, but when the ship sinks, he escapes on a life boat and is lost at sea with a dwindling number of animals until only he and a hungry Bengal tiger remain. | Grades 9-12 | #books #fiction #highschool
Life of Pi Yann Martel. A worthy, well-written, creative novel, which was almost universally despised by every member of my book club. Discussion was brief because most did not buy into the fantastical tale.
Life of Pi Yann Martel. A worthy, well-written, creative novel "I suppose in the end, the whole of life becomes an act of letting go, but what always hurts the most is not taking a moment to say goodbye." Life of Pi
Life of Pi Yann Martel. A worthy, well-written, creative novel. you may feel the need to go back and read it again .....
Life of Pi / Yann Martel ~ Life of Pi is a masterful and utterly original novel that is at once the story of a young castaway who faces immeasurable hardships on the high seas, and a meditation on religion, faith, art and life that is as witty as it is profound. Using the threads of all of our best stories, Yann Martel has woven a glorious spiritual adventure that makes us question what it means to be alive, and to believe.
2014: Life of Pi Yann Martel. June Book Club reading
Life of Pi - Yann Martel - one of my favorite books
Life of Pi, Yann Martel. On my "to-read" list.
such a good book!!!! #book
Three Cups of Tea
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Greg Mortenson's incredible quest to build schools for girls in some of the most remote places on the earth. Humbling to read. You won't want to put it down. You'll also be grateful for what you have!
A must read. He builds schools in Afghanistan... :)
a book everyone should read
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Broken for You
Broken for You, loved this book!
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Saturday Samplers book group will discuss "Broken for You" by Stephanie Kallos on Saturday, June 2nd, in the library at 3:30 p.m.
Broken for You by Stephanie Kallos - one of my very favorite novels from book club. A unique story with interesting, eccentric characters.
One of the best books our book group ever read. It was liked by everybody.
another Katie's Cup book club book that was very good!
Broken for You by Stephanie Kallos. My favorite book.
Broken for You- currently reading for book club. like
Broken for You: My favorite book of the last decade!
Broken for You - One of my favorite books.
Possibly my favorite book. Ever.
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What happens at book club stays at book club . . . and I apparently need to find a Book Club!
What happens at book club stays at book club . . . @Kaylee Weninger if ya know what i mean
"What happens at book club stays at book club . . . #fridayreads" ~ via Random House Books
What happens at book club stays at book club ... #books #bookclub #wine #funny #humor #pin
What happens at book club stays at book club . . . Great for your bookclub ;p
What happens at book club stays at book club ... (This is for Susan!)
What happens at book club stays at book club . .dani ;)
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So true, well said!
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574. I reread books not because I forgot...<<<but to make sure I will always remember
I reread books not because I forget. I reread to make sure I remember.
To everyone who has picked on me about rereading books.
574. I reread books not because I forgot...
Rereading books ... exactly so
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That moment when you finish a book, look around, and realize that everyone is just carrying on with their lives ... as though you didn't just experience emotional trauma at the hands of a paperback. This is so true.
I always force my fictional emotional trauma on others, by nonchalantly sliding them a copy of the novel I've just spent hours of my life consumed inside
everyday of my life... after LOTR, Hunger Games Percy Jackson... i just keep thinking WHAT NOW??? i don t have a life...
Emotional trauma of a paperback lol so true @joshmanimalhuxley
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SO TRUE!!! Hunger Games. Divergent.
This is so true to my life...
So true!!! #bookworm
Reading is Dreaming
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"Reading is Dreaming with open eyes" this is so true. I Iove to read in my free time and no reading is not boring!
Reading is dreaming with open eyes. And someone else's words. #reading #quotes
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with open eyes & open hearts...
So true for us book lovers
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Lee Smith is a lovely writer, and this is one of my favorite books. I have read it way too many times, and I always cry at the end.
A story that tells the life of a young girl through old age who lives in the Appalachain Mountains
book club now reading!
Loved reading it...
My favorite book!
That is my perfect
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I always buy another book when I still have one to read. #quotes #books #booklovers #nerdgirl #bookworm
I always buy another book when I still have one to read. Spoken like a true book lover <3 I have to have a big stash of books to choose from, otherwise I'm totally thrown off and I feel uneasy! Hehe! So true! 🙈
so true of my life...and i have a list a mile long of books to buy and read
MY LIFE so true i have tons of books but still want or need more
So true! I'm such a book worm! Lol
MY LIFE,,,SO SO True,,,,,
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If you want to be happy, set a goal that commands your thoughts, liberates your energy and inspires your hopes. ~ Andrew Carnegie
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Set a goal that commands your thoughts, liberates your energy and impires your hopes ~Carnegie
Probably one of my favorite books of all time. Read it, I promise it's amazing.
To be happy, set goal's that you'll follow no matter what...
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Billie Letts - Where the Heart Is
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Where the Heart is (Oprahs Book Club) by Billie Letts: Novalee Nation has always been unlucky with sevens. Shes 17, seven months pregnant, 37 pounds overweight #150 and now she finds herself stranded at a Wal-Mart in Sequoyah, Oklahoma, holding just .77 in change. An hour ago, she was on her way from Tennessee to... http://bit.ly/I3pWm4
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"Where the Heart Is" by Billie Letts (Tri Sigma) was a nominee for the Oprah's Book Club Best Novel. #npcscholar
Where the Heart Is By Billie Letts 352 pages; Warner Books Where the Heart Is puts a human face on the look-alike trailer parks and malls of America's small towns. It will make you believe in the strength of friendship, the goodness of down-to-earth people, and the healing power of love. Featured in Oprah's Book Club 1998
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"Where The Heart Is" – Billie Letts..one of my favorite books.
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Loved this book. Read it a few years ago.
Where the Heart Is (Oprah's Book Club) [Billie Letts] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Talk about unlucky sevens. An hour ago, seventeen-year-old, seven months pregnant Novalee Nation was heading for California with her boyfriend. Now she finds herself stranded at a Wal-Mart in Sequoyah
50 Years On, 'Mockingbird' Still Sings America's Song
To Kill A Mockingbird
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A classic book given to me in a high school English class by a treasured teacher. Still happens to be a favorite of mine.
My all time favorite book.. Aaaaand I might kind of have a crush on Atticus Finch. Or Gregory Peck.. Maybe both.
This is probably my all-time favorite book, and I reread it every year around Halloween (since that corresponds to the book's climax). Part of my attachment to it is nostalgia, as it is a story my mom read to me year after year, but I also love the candid way Lee portrays the society. Scout's journey is touching and beautiful, and Atticus is one of the most admirable characters in all of literature, in my opinion.
a little embarassed that this is on my "to-read" list, but hey.
To Kill a Mockingbird -amazing book
my all time favorite book
One of my fav books ever
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"Books are a hard-bound drug with no danger of an overdose. I am a happy victim of books." :) #book #addict #booklovers #reading #quote #saying #words
Books are a hard-bound drug with no danger of an overdose. I am a happy victim of books. #book #quote
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I will always be a happy victim of books :)
I am a happy victim of books. #Bookworm
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Where the Red Fern Grows (Rawls). Favorite book from junior high.
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Where the Red Fern Grows ~ one of my favorite books as a child. Should re-read. My favorite childhood book.
where the red fern grows. by wilson rawls.~ My favorite book as a child and the first book that ever made me cry~
Where the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls --- This was Chad's favorite book...may well have been the only one he actually finished, but he liked it so much that he told me the whole story. ~MEMORIES~
Where the Red Fern Grows ~ my all-time favorite book as a youth. Still love it - many, many years later.
Where the Red Fern Grows is one of my all time favorite books. It portrays a simpler lifestyle that I often envy.
My absolute favorite book. I've read it over and over. Where the Red Fern Grows is a novel written by Wilson Rawls in 1961 about a boy who buys and trains two Redbone Coonhound hunting dogs <3 Love this book!
Where the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls. My book. My all time favorite book as a kid.
THE BOOK that EVERY child should have read to them!! I read this to my children when they were small (4 kids ages 2-7). We read two chapters a night (even though they would BEG me to read "just one more chapter"). I laughed out loud while reading this....and found myself trying to read through a haze of tears. It is just a beautiful story about a boy and his dogs. Very touching...and so worth reading over and over again. (All of my children have re-read this story on their own...several times).
Where the Red Fern Grows....My all time favorite children's book!
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Harry Potter Harry Potter Harry Potter Harry Harry Potter. My favorite books of all time. When we started these, our son was too little to read them for himself. The first few, we read to him.
Harry Potter Harry Potter Harry Potter Harry Harry Potter! the best books ever, means so much to me, to my childhood, to my life :) ~ -"after all this time?" -"Always" ~
Harry Potter Harry Potter Harry Potter Harry Harry Potter. My absolute favorite series!!! <3
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Moon Women - PAMELA DUNCAN
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Dinah, the only daughter of Jacob, narrates this novel, explaining how the women of her family had their own religious practices that ran counter to the beliefs the men upheld. Through Dinah's voice, this novel imagines the women's stories that the Bible doesn't tell. To call it provocative and rebellious is an understatement; it pushes against patriarchy and suggests an ancient and empowering role for women and women's sexuality.
The Red Tent
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Suggested by Fabiola - One of our favorite books from my previous book club. Dinah, the only daughter of Jacob, narrates this novel, explaining how the women of her family had their own religious practices that ran counter to the beliefs the men upheld. Through Dinah's voice, this novel imagines the women's stories that the Bible doesn't tell. To call it provocative and rebellious is an understatement; it pushes against patriarchy and suggests an ancient and empowering role for women and women's sexuality.
The Red Tent - absolutely one of the best books I've ever read. Possibly THE best.
The Red Tent...loved this book! One of the few books I've read twice!
The Red Tent. My favorite book. Could read it over & over again.
The Red Tent. One of the best openings to any book I've read.
The Red Tent.... this is one of My all time favorite books!
The Red Tent, one of the best books I've ever read.
one of my all time favorite books! The Red Tent
The Red Tent...on my to read list