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    All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten by Robert Fulghum #Books #better health naturally #health food| http://sweet-baby-dogs-3502.blogspot.com

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If you had told me that I would love a book written entirely in letter form, I would have laughed. But this story about the WW2 Channel Islands and their inhabitants' suffering and triumphs is one of the best stories I have ever read.

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All I really need to know I learned in kindergarten by Robert Fulghum via longhorninhouston...: From the book first published in 1989, the kindergarten credo holds true today. Thanks to @Rebecca_Silbermann! #Robert_Fulghum #All_I_really_need_to_know_I_learned_in_kindergarten

"A good book should leave you...slightly exhausted at the end. You live several lives while reading it." #quotes #reading

One selection from the Book Club that I belong too. We always read such great books, so I thought I'd pin them

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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The Cloud of Unknowing

wild by cheryl strayed {fall reading} #books

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of course I'm going to read this book

Great author.... Glad I have convinced my kids to give his books a try. Now they love him too.

Read this before watching the movie! PS. Check out my board to see how to get Daisy's Hairstyle! Even if you have long hair!

“Mockingbirds don’t do one thing but make music for us to enjoy . . . but sing their hearts out for us. That’s why it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird.”