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  • Hekmo

    The book Why Didnt I Think of That? proves not all successful inventions are the greatest thing since sliced bread (not even sliced bread, which is literally just a precut loaf for lazy loafs). This humorous guide to mind-blowing inventions deconstructs just how complex these cant-live-without necessities really are, while providing some insightfully funny lessons to future inventors.

  • Ryan Reidel Why Didn't I Think of That?: 101 Inventions that Changed the World by Hardly Trying (9781440500107): Anthony Rubino Jr.: Books

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Entering Eighth Grade, Book of Choice Option: The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd. Williston Northampton, Middle School English Department

  • Bettye Williams

    "Good fast read........

  • Aziza Yessi

    What it about?

  • Bettye Williams

    In short, this is the story of Lily a Whie young girl who accidently shoots and kills her mom and the Black housekeeper who steps in to help raise her and her mean and abusive father. It takes place in the South. It is told in their journey leading the two women who three sistrs who raise bees for their honey....their lives will change forever!

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23 Books You Didn't Read In High School But Actually Should - BuzzFeed Mobile... I actually read 8 of these in high school

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{DYK} the color of your bread tag tells you what day your bread was made?

Update your vent covers with spray paint. Seriously. Why do I not think of these things? I want to try it with fun colors!

This might become a reading list for me. I've read quite a few on this list and loved them all...except A Tale of Two Cities, which I gave up on in chapter 5. Dickens and I don't have a great track record.

  • Caroline Kirkpatrick

    Wherever The Hobbit and Hunger Games are required reading- I want to go there.

  • Barbara

    I'd quibble with "As I Lay Dying." Not my idea of a fun read!

Cheaper than a tray liner --- plus we always have foil in the drawer!

1001 Things You Didn't Know You Wanted To Know

Hey @Katie Ukrop, @Mary Fleming, @Maggie Smith and @Quirk Gallery...LOOK AT THESE! Can we get them, please?

This book was recommended by one of my students. It's not my typical read, but I did find it difficult to put down. Fahrenheit 451 is a dystopian novel which presents a future American society where books are outlawed and firemen burn any house that contains them. By Elizabeth Perez. ' <<< Oh I saw dis at my library! Imma get it along w/ Divergent!

  • Sydney

    It's pretty old if I'm correct. It isn't relatively new...

Girls in White Dresses {our newest book club read}

  • Dawn Bishop

    currently reading...good read!

  • Cassandra Dunning

    Not the best. I liked the realism. But the ending was lame. Also, the fact that every character had to have some major metaphor was a bit silly.

  • Leslie Meistrich Vodofsky

    was looking for a book for a girls Hawaii trip. This looks perfect!

  • Katie Hill

    I read this over the summer and loved it. Perfect for young 20-somethings

  • Nicole Baker

    Candace Symonds i would lovee to read it that sounds great :) tell me all about it Thursday

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Why didn't I think of this?

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