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David Copperfield, Charles Dickens. This is my second favorite book by the master. Why don't people read books like this for fun anymore? "David Copperfield, oh my God. It's so long! Is it good?" Is it good?! I don't know, probably not as good as "50 Shades of Gray," or any of Oprah's Book List. You should probably stick to those. They are probably much better written, more creative, more interesting. Hey, you should skip the prime rib dinner tonight and go to McDonald's, too! Dickweed. The Everlasting Man (9781441704672): G. K. Chesterton, Thomas Whitworth: Books

What Should I Read Next?... Type in a book or author you like and it will give you a list of similar books/authors that you may enjoy.

Economist Simon Johnson (and co-author James Kwak - I assume also an economist) discuss the national debt. Johnson is often on NPR shows, including marketplace, and was interviewed for the 04/05 Fresh Air (to which this pin links).

Books for Kids Before Age 10: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory [Paperback] Both bibliophiles recommended the "Ramona Quimby" series for kids ready to move from easier titles to tackling chapter books on their own. "Ramona's family mirrors what kids have at home, presented in a very humorous way," says Claudio-Perez.

YES YES YES! I have literally waited 20 years for this book to be written! When Jordan died I thought it would never eventuate but here it is! I got it yesterday but I'm going to re-read the series (for the fourth time) and then read this one. Oh I'm as giddy as a school girl. A Memory of Light (Wheel of Time, #14; A Memory of Light, #3)

The 100 Most Beautiful Words in the English Language - Dr. Robert Beard//

Read 6th Grade A Wrinkle in Time - Boys and Girls will love this time travel adventure, my son said the book is "way better" than the movie that he watched after reading the book!

Peter is one of Beatrix Potter’s best known characters and children the world over are familiar with this classic tale of naughty Peter’s escape from Mr. McGregor’s garden. Published in 1902, The Tale of Peter Rabbit is Beatrix Potter’s first book and was expanded from an illustrated letter she had sent to a young friend who was ill.