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30 Picture Books about Libraries to Celebrate National Library Week

Tell your librarian Thank you!!! They help you more than you know 30 Picture Books about Libraries to Celebrate National Library Week

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17 Books To Read If You Liked "The Fault In Our Stars"

17 Books To Read If You Liked "The Fault In Our Stars" I want to read them but I'm worried if I read anything like the fault in our stars I'm going to emotionally implode again and destroy the small amount of progress I have made in repairing myself

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32 Books That Will Actually Change Your Life

Illustrations & Posters Play It As It Lays is a story about Maria Wyeth, a Hollywood actress who has lost control of her life and identity. It’s a tragic read that will force you into deep self-reflection, as it exposes the fact that we live in a cult

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14 Books To Read Before They Hit The Big Screen

14 Books To Read Before They Hit The Big Screen - BuzzFeed Mobile. So I really loved Ender's Game, City of Bones, and the Book Thief; I hope the movies are amazing. We shall see.

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16 Books To Read Before They Hit Theaters This Year

16 Books To Read Before They Hit Theaters This Year: so glad to see that so many of my favourite actresses from across the pond are going to be in these. However quite a let down that Taylor Swift is going be in (and most likely ruin) The Giver.

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32 Books That Will Actually Change Your Life

32 Books That Will Actually Change Your Life pin now read later

The History of Love by Nicole Krauss. It's good. It's not my favorite Jewish book ever. Read it, but also make time for 'The Book Thief' by Markus Zusak.

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Open Sesame: Poetry Springs Forth

April is National Poetry Month! And if ever there were a month for spontaneous outbursts of snowdrop-covered verse and dandelion rhymes – it’s now. After a long, grueling winter, to see the ice recede and flowers push up and bloom, to hear birdsong in the morning and to leave heavy coats behind, is poetic glee. Spring itself is living poetry. What a glorious time to share some couplets with a couple of kids, so here are six new books for young bards.