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Just Listen by Sarah Dessen: Book Review

The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald's, his most famous novel, tells the tale of Nick Carraway and his mysterious millionaire neighbour Jay Gatsby. Husbands and mistresses complicate Gatsby's plans for a reunion with his beloved Daisy, Nick's cousin, as Nick is drawn into a world of lavish parties and troubled pasts.

The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald's, his most famous novel, tells the tale of Nick Carraway and his mysterious millionaire neighbour Jay Gatsby. Husbands and mistresses complicate Gatsby's plans for a reunion with his beloved Daisy, Nick's cousin, as Nick is drawn into a world of lavish parties and troubled pasts.

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The Global Negotiator - Jeswald W. Salacuse.  Making, Managing and Mending Deals Around the World in the Twenty-First Century      #QSBwebinars

The Global Negotiator - Jeswald W. Salacuse. Making, Managing and Mending Deals Around the World in the Twenty-First Century #QSBwebinars

"But anne, a broken heart in real life isn't half as dreadful as it is in books. It's a good deal like a bad tooth...though you wont think that a very romantic simile. It takes a spell of aching and gives you a sleepless night now and then, but between times it lets you enjoy life and dreams and echoes and peanut candy as if there were nothing the matter with it." -Anne of Avonlea (Miss Lavendar)

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"But anne, a broken heart in real life isn't half as dreadful as it is in books. It's a good deal like a bad tooth...though you wont think that a very romantic simile. It takes a spell of aching and gives you a sleepless night now and then, but between times it lets you enjoy life and dreams and echoes and peanut candy as if there were nothing the matter with it." -Anne of Avonlea (Miss Lavendar)

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Mind and Life conference

"Swallowing Stones" by Joyce McDonald  Fiction, L 2 & 3

"Swallowing Stones" by Joyce McDonald Fiction, L 2 & 3

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