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Beautiful antique books, book clasps--I want some of these for my journals!
HARDWARE :: Antique book locks. Or are they book clasps?
"ABC - A Big City" by Francine Grossbart, Harper & Row, NY, 1966 Click here to download Download whole gallery Woman Weekend Book Click here to download Download whole gallery To see a Stranger, Bokklubben Svalan, 1964 Click here to download Download whole gallery Beautiful antique books, book clasps, Click here to download Download whole gallery book cover Click here to download Download whole gallery
Antique books with beautiful locks. beautiful book cover Cabinet with personifications of the Five Senses, third quarter of 17th century English
it's raining books, hallelujah, it's raining books!
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A bit of research came up with this background info for an amazing photo “it's raining books! “ Second-hand book fair. Archway between abbey courtyard and main street. All the credit for this work of art goes to Jan Reymond (the name of the artist thanks to timtom.ch) See bookpatrol blog and other photos, other designs book art set http://www.proofreadnz.co.nz
It's raining books - Book Art by Thomas Guignard. He makes amazing book installations. This one was made with discarded books that didn't sell after at a used book sale. http://www.flickr.com/photos/timtom/1396032444/in/set-72157607438387807
Il pleut des livres! It's raining books! - Jan Reymond Foire aux livres, Romainmôtier Second-hand book fair.
It's raining books! Annual book fair & 24 hours of reading, Cluniac abbey, Romainmotier, Switzerland
It's raining books. Photo by overthemoon (flickr). Foire aux livres, Romainmôtier Second-hand book fair. Archway between abbey courtyard and main street. Art installation by Jan Reymond.
Suspended books sculpture. #books #book #novel #novels
it's raining books! hanging book curtain
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The Glass Castle ~ January 2010 The best memoir I've read to date!
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The Glass Castle is the story of a child can survive the most difficult childhood.
The Glass Castle, haven't read but I need more ideas of good books
The Glass Castle. Sad, depressing book but intriguing
The Glass Castle by Jeanette Walls. GREAT BOOK!
An amazing true story...a must read!
The Glass Castle...sad one
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I've always been a bookworm... and yet I feel like I still have so many books I've yet to read. Must find the time to list down my to-read list.
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These are a few of my favorite things... books and quotes.
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I cannot live without books. Book Quotes.
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Books. I love them. Can't get enough.
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I'v always been inerested in taking photos then put a quote or meaning on top of it to explain the photo in more detail. #semiphoto #Book #Books Worth Reading #Books to Read #Semiphoto
There's a certain magic to books that can't be explained. The feeling of turning the page . The feeling of opening it up and feel like you're accessing a new world. The physical representation of the world as the book itself. Amazing #books #booklover #bookworm #magical #reading #readingismagical
I find this to be especially true of old books. Admit it, all true booklovers have picked up a good aged book, opened the pages and smelled that sucker.
"Kindles don't have this kind of magic." I don't believe that people who have Kindles are real book lovers. haha ;)
kindles don't have this kind of magic. Real books will always have relevance, there's nothing like the smell of an old book, or a new one for that matter. Gotta admit, I love the Kindle app for living on an island with a limited selection though. True Bibliophiles gobble up whatever they can get their hands on. Love to read an old book with history, though.
It's so true. I'd rather have a book. Kindle versions may be cheaper, but real books give you a different feeling, really
It's so true. I love books! Old books, new books, books, books, books.
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What I Had Before I Had You by Sarah Cornwell. Our book club choice for October 2014
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What I Had Before I Had You: A Novel. Click on the book cover to request this title at the Bill or Gales Ferry Libraries. 2/14
Returning home to Ocean Vista on the Jersey Shore with her teenage daughter and her nine-year-old son Daniel, who has bipolar disorder, Olivia must finally embrace the birthright inherited from her mother, Myla, a beautiful and erratic psychic, when Daniel disappears.
http://media.vogue.com/files/Spring's ten best suspense books find gripping new twists on a classic genre.
http://media.vogue.com/files/Spring's ten best suspense books find gripping new twists on a classic genre. some of these sound interesting
Looks like a book worth reading
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Book to read.
Here, ten of spring's best suspense books.
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"What's your next book?" -- Not quite the same thing, as this book spine poetry was created with book graphics, but close enough...and cute!
Love this ~ via Random House Booms, "Our friends at Quirk Books have come up with a lovely illustration"
Our friends at Quirk Books have come up with a lovely illustration: "What's your next book?"
Quirk Books's lovely infographic on what books are :) #quirkbooks #bookish
Our friends at Quirk Books have come up with a lovely illustration
books...read the spines!
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Great Books for a Book Club (or just to read yourself) ~ check these out!... Personally I have read and loved unbroken and room.
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10 great books to add to your Must - Read list! This booklist looks great! Always looking for new books. Sarah's Key is my favorite book!
Great Books for a Book Club (or just to read yourself)! Half of these are already on my reading list and I've only read one... Summer reading!
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Great Books for a Book Club (or just to read yourself) ~ check these out! (I've read three of the ten and two more were on my to-read list!)
Great Books for a Book Club (or just to read yourself) ~ Read Room - I'm always looking for good read lists
10 great books to add to your Must - Read list! Read most of these in book club
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Books are like little immortal treats that I get to eat over and over again. (by Queenbe at naliasworld.com)
"Books are like little immortal treats that I get to eat over and over again." A journalists book blog
Books are like little immortal treats that I get to eat over and over again.
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YES! Don't take a good book from me. EVER!
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Pleasures of Life: BOOKS!
Synopsis At the outset of the civil rights movement in Jackson, Mississippi, three unique women unite to share the stories of dozens of the city's black servants, who have been kept voiceless for too long. Together, these three unforgettable ladies launch a crusade to collect the stories of the town's silent servants, and try to tear down the unspoken racial barriers that traverse the homes and hearts of everyone in Jackson.
The Help by Kathryn Stockett (2011, Paperback)
The Help ~ May 2010 This has been a favorite!
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There's a reason this title is on every book club reading list...it's very good! The compelling story takes place during an ugly time in our country's history and combines tragedy, hope and triumphs of humanity. Tough to put down.
Or so she says…:My Favorite Book Club Reads! (she: Rebecca) - Or so she says...
excellent.. my 2nd favorite book. Movie was pretty darn good too.
The Help - absolutely one of my favorite books/movies.
book & movie are worth reading & seeing again!
Excellent book. Book club read.
Awesome book & movie!
5 Books I’ve Read plus 5 Books I’m gonna Read.
Need some good books to read?? A book club founder shares her favorite book club reads.
a must read!! My 91 year old grandfather, who is an avid reader, said it was the best book he has ever read.
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This was a great book my family read together. I admit I wasn't all gung-hoe when my family said we were going to read it. But it was a truly amazing inspirational book worth every minute of reading.
Great book about the Pacific Theater in WWII. Read it and then watch the Pacific mini series.
This is....by far....my favorite book I have read! It is a must read for all!!!
This was a great book - I was reading to commemorate the 7th of December ...
Heard this is a GREAT book. It is on my to read list!
Fabulous book. Movie production is underway.
Great book club read, amazing story
Unbroken - reading now...wow....
Probably my favorite book ever.
House Rules by Jodi Picoult ~ July
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Interesting read. Learned a lot about Aspergers Syndrome which was fascinating. Definitely worth reading.
No-Obligation Book Club - May 2009 - House Rules by Jodi Picoult--was recommended by my friend Maureen.
Excellent book!! I really could not put it down. It really gives you a look into aspergers syndrome. And every time I would read Jacobs part of the story, my mind gave him the voice of Sheldon Cooper. Definitely worth reading.
No-Obligation Book Club - May 2009 - House Rules by Jodi Picoult needs to go on the to read list
No-Obligation Book Club - May 2009 - W naszym domu by Jodi Picoult
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Half Broke Horses: A True-Life Novel
Half Broke Horses: A True-Life Novel by Jeannette Walls
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No-Obligation Book Club - February 2011 - Half Broke Horses: A True-Life Novel by Jeannette Walls-- I loved this book (Thanks Mom)
I wasn't sure if this book would live up to my love of Jeanette Walls THe Glass Castle but it did. Fantastic read.No-Obligation Book Club - February 2011 - Half Broke Horses: A True-Life Novel by Jeannette Walls
One of my all-time favorite books! I gave this book to all of my family members for Christmas last year. Even my dad loved it! (That's a major endorsement, folks!)
No-Obligation Book Club - February 2011 - Half Broke Horses: A True-Life Novel by Jeannette Walls
Half broke horses. One of my favorite books.
One of my favorite books
hotel on the corner of bitter and sweet
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Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet, by Jamie Ford (Book Club Kit). Set in the ethnic neighborhoods of Seattle during World War II and Japanese American internment camps of the era, this debut novel tells the heartwarming story of widower Henry Lee, his father, and his first love Keiko Okabe.
Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet --the love story of a Chinese boy and Japanese girl who were separated when she and her family were sent to an internment camp during WWII. Very unsettling how these Japanese Americans were treated.
Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet. A beautiful book that deals with a part of our history that is not often talked about--the life of Japanese Americans during WWII. Probably would have never read it if we hadn't picked it for book club. So glad I ddi!
Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford // When artifacts from Japanese families sent to internment camps during World War II are uncovered during renovations at a Seattle hotel, Henry Lee embarks on a quest that leads to memories of growing up Chinese in a city rife with anti-Japanese sentiment. #books #reading
Set during one of the most conflicted and volatile times in American history, HOTEL ON THE CORNER OF BITTER AND SWEET is an extraordinary story of commitment and enduring hope. A recurring book club favorite thanks to the unforgettable duo at the heart of the novel. If you want to know more about the times of the Japanese Internment camps....
Seattle 1986: the personal posessions of thirty seven Japanese families are found in the basement of the Panama hotel where they have lain forgotten by everyone, except Henry. Seattle, 1942: Henry is "scholarshipping" as the only Chinese-American student at his otherwise all-white middle school when he meets Japanese-American Keiko and the two form a close and unlikely friendship. Aptly titled book! Read 4/13
What was your favorite book in English class? Here's our ideal assigned high school reading list.
In a book club?? We asked some actual book club members what they're favorite books have been that they've read in their club. Here are 25 of their answers!
Posted by Staff The Edwardsville Public Library is starting a series of on-line bookclubs. We'll be reading and commenting on two formats: our Facebook Events pages and Goodreads Discussions. We have three genres and three books per month. Our discussions are organized around reading a book gradually through the month - that way, you don't have to have finished the book to share your thoughts. We hope you'll enjoy the bookclubs, read some great books and make some friends. Prize-Winning Fiction: Hotel On the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford. A Chinese-American boy and Japanese-American Girl become friends during the early years of WWII. The realities of the home front come vividly to life, along with questions about family, loyalty and patriotism. Speculative Fiction: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Phillip K. Dick. In the future, owning an animal is a status symbol. For those who can't afford the real thing, there are corporation who make perfect copies... even copies of people. Inspired the 1982 movie, Bladerunner. Page-Turning Non-Fiction: In the Heart of the Sea: The Tragedy of the Whaleship Essex by Nathanial Philbrick. The true story of the events that inspired the novel, Moby Dick. Stories of survival on the high seas always prove to be adventurous, but this is not the Swiss Family Robinson. After the Essex is sunk by an 80-ton sperm whale, the remaining crew is left with three small boats, limited supplies and nearly 2000 miles between them and solid ground.
The Girl Who Played With Fire (Book Review) – Stieg Larsson
The Hunger Games Trilogy. Book #1 'The Hunger Games'. Book #2 'Catching Fire'. Book #3 'Mockingjay'. By Suzanne Collins.
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This was my favorite book in the Hunger Games trilogy!! Catching Fire (Book 2 of The Hunger Games) by Suzanne Collins
The Hunger Games Trilogy. Book #1 'The Hunger Games'. Book #2 'Catching Fire'. Book #3 'Mockingjay'. By Suzanne Collins. Hunger Games is about an annual event that takes place every year. There are 12 districts and one boy and one girl from every district must be picked to take part of the events.
Catching Fire, book 2 of The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins. This is also a great book, but in no way compares to the first. (:
The Hunger Games Trilogy- Catching Fire (Book 2): By Suzanne Collins. I'm almost afraid to read the final book
Catching Fire, Book 2 of the 'The Hunger Games' trilogy by Suzanne Collins(Ook in het Nederlands)
Catching Fire (The Hunger Games, Book 2). I would recommend this book.worth reading it.
Catching Fire (Book 2 in The Hunger Games) [Book Review] - Suzanne Collins
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Young adult literature, but a great read. ~ August
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Great book. It is classified as young adult but I read it and by far it is one of my favorite books I have ever read.
The Book Thief by Marcus Zusak. One of my all time favorite books I have EVER read. Liesel is a girl sent to live with a married couple around the time of WWII. She is a German girl who finds herself hiding a Jew in her house. She finds happiness by stealing books.
Just finished this book today. Narrated by Death, this book tells the story of a young girl in Nazi Germany. Amazing book
"The Book Thief" Markus Zusak. Fiction. The book is set in Nazi, Germany. It describes a young girl's relationship with foster parents, the other resident's of their neighborhood, and a Jewish fist-fighter who hides in her home during WWII. New York Bestseller List (2006) for over 230 weeks. One of my favorite books because it is so well-written.
The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. Everyone should read this book. It is beautifully narrated by an unlikely sympathetic character. Set in war torn Germany, it is the story of a young girl, the book thief, and those who love her.........MY ALL TIME FAVORITE BOOK
The Book Thief Read July 2014 for Breadalbane book club. WWII from a different perspective. What is Death haunted by? Death the narrator tells the story of a young German girl who's family hid a Jew. She is one of the people left behind that haunts him.
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Oh, my goodness. I have been reading and hearing about The Book Thief by Markus Zusak for a long time, but I've just now finally read it myself. To be perfectly honest, I picked up my copy over a year ago at the used bookstore in my library and even though I had heard how wonderful it was, I wasn't in a hurry to read it. I have so many books on my "To Read..." list that I have to pick what sounds good that day and a book about the holocaust didn't exactly sound like a fun read. However, when it was my turn to host book club, I went with this one. (Everyone loved it!) And I was right, a book about a young girl's perspective of the holocaust in 1940s Germany wasn't what I would call fun, but it was brilliant. Zusak is an extraordinary author and The Book Thief is beautifully written. The haunting imagery he uses brings the reader right in to the story and the characters are so well developed they feel like friends. Even Death, the narrator of this enthralling novel, seems more like a companion and advocate than the evil Grim Reaper so often envisioned. I think the most shocking thing about this book, for me anyway, was that it wasn't pure fiction. How could this have really happened? I have a simple understanding of the holocaust that probably most publicly educated Americans have. I've read about it, I've seen documentaries (though I admit I skipped Schindler's List because I didn't want those images in my head), but through this book, my eyes have been opened to so much more. It is easy to lump all Germans at that time into the Nazi box, but I now see that there were many Germans who were not in agreement with Hitler and his ideas. The fear was so strong that it was difficult for most people to stand and fight. It is possible that they never knew that the people standing on either side of them wanted to fight, too. Of course, the next logical question to me is this: What can we do to make sure nothing like it ever happens again? We must be involved with and aware of the world around us. We must speak up. We must help those in need and never turn our backs. And now, I must get off my soap box and go read something lighter. This was a wonderful book and one I really believe everyone should read. Have you read it? Tell me what you thought.
Now that's a twist of a tale. ~ February