Maybe best book ever?
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The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein, this is my all time favorite kids book I can't read it to my kids without feeling that simple lesson sometimes are the most powerful ones!
The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein - my all time favorite children's book
The Giving Tree - one my all time favorite children's book ♥
all time favorite children's book<3 sooo much meaning.
One of my all time favorite children's books!
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Do you have Junior Book Buffs at home? Trying to raise a good solid reader? Me too, and I stumbled upon an awesome list to arm you with some great material to get your child reading. The folks over at Scholastic have put together a great list of what they believe to be the 100 Greatest Books for Children. It's a really cool page, you can also search the list by age to effectively find exactly what you are looking for. Some of my childhood favorites made the list: The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein Who doesn't love a good story about a suicidal tree? The Giver by Lois Lowry My intro to dystopian literature, and I never looked back! (Check out my Giver post here) The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis Still a favorite I enjoy re-reading to this day. The White Witch still freaks the crap out of me! How about you? See if your favorite made the list: http://www.scholastic.com/100books/ Don't see your favorite book on the list? Maybe it made the "15 Books that Almost Made the List" list. Here are some of my favorites from that list: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee I understand why this one didn't make it. Yes, I believe it to be one of the absolute greatest and most important books of all time, but it isn't a kid's book. In fact I find it a bit odd that it was even considered for the list. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl As a kid I always felt Roald Dahl was a kindred spirit, good-natured and happy, but still a tad twisted :) The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien See commentary on To Kill a Mockingbird, p.s. who is getting pumped for the new movie!?! *raises hand enthusiastically* The Cat in the Hat by Dr. Seuss One word describes my opinion on the fact that this book was left off of the list: travesty. For the rest of the list, click here: http://www.scholastic.com/resources/collection/15-books-that-almost-made-it You can also see the Reader's Wish List on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150722011392952.457697.41884262951&type=1 And lastly, here is the list, with covers, on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150519316007952.428537.41884262951&type=3 What did you think of the list? Hit the comments!
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The unforgettable novel of a childhood in a sleepy Southern town and the crisis of conscience that rocked it, To Kill A Mockingbird became both an instant bestseller and a critical success when it was first published in 1960. It went on to win the Pulitzer Prize in 1961 and was later made into an Academy Award-winning film, also a classic.
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To Kill A Mockingbird - Harper Lee. Is this one of your favourite books? Have you already read it? If not then you should put it in your To-Do list http://circleme.com/items/to-kill-a-mockingbird--5
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To Kill a Mockingbird: Harper Lee - One of my all time favorite books and movie adaptations, and I get something out of it with each reading. This is storytelling in rare form; Lessons are scarce in today's reality TV atmosphere. This is a book that will help you escape.
Too Kill a Mockingbird - Harper Lee An all time favorite of mine. I don't know why this is an objectionable book. People have to realize when it was written.
“Mockingbirds don’t do one thing but make music for us to enjoy. They don’t eat up people’s gardens, don’t nest in corncribs, they don’t do one thing but sing their hearts out for us. That’s why it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird.” To Kill A Mockingbird, Harper Lee. One of my favorite books of all time.
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To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee My All-time favorite book!
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When Jason and I were first dating, I was shocked to discover that he'd made it through high school without reading some of my favorite books. I gave him To Kill a Mockingbird one Christmas and I took the liberty of writing notes in the margins to be sure he wouldn't miss anything. All this to say, I love to read and I devour classics. At the same time, I totally understand why people shy away from classic literature. Some books just seem to drone on with odd language and references to obscure things of bygone eras. Here's a few that I think are great and would be enjoyed by most... John Steinbeck's East of Eden is one of my all-time favorites. I equate it to a soap opera for intellectuals. It is filled with family relationships, love and scandal but at the same time, it's so eloquently written and philosophical. The movie version starring the very dreamy James Dean is pretty great too. The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas is hard to put down. I read it on vacation in Hawaii a few years back. Poor Jason had to beg me to anything that wasn't laying in the sun inhaling this book. Don't let the size scare you, it's a quick read. A Farewell to Arms is Hemingway's semi-autobiographical tale of a young American soldier and a British nurse with World War I as the backdrop. It's beautiful in the description of Italian landscapes and in the juxtaposition of romance and war. Little Women is a book I've loved since I was a child. I just reread it this past year and I finally feel like I understood what Jo's choices regarding love. If you've read it, you know what I mean! And there are so many more I want to include! If you enjoyed Laura Ingalls Wilder as a child, you'll probably love Willa Cather as I do. Then there's Jane Austen. Yes, she's a bit archaic, but once you get into her writing you discover that she has a wonderfully sarcastic sense of humor. Many of you might have read Catcher in the Rye in school, I still remember kids in my English class being excited to read it aloud and getting to swear in class! Now I adore all of Sallinger's short stories. What do you love to read? (Images via Good Reads and IMDb)
Where the Sidewalk Ends
I loved this book....his poetry was honest in a sick, but honest way!
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I used all of shels books in my poetry unit for fourth grade. The kids love it! They got to read the fun poems in clad and watch cartoons with it from his website!
I cannot go to school today said little Peggy Ann Mackay...I have the measles and the mumps a gash, a rash and purple bumps...amazing how you can remember your favorite childhood books...I still keep this books
This is my favorite poetry book of all time!!! I can read it over and over and still love it!!
One of my favorite childhood books. I often give it as a gift to other children.
Where the Sidewalk Ends - one of my favorite books! #books
Where the Sidewalk Ends, a childhood favorite
One of my favorite childhood books
my favorite poetry book EVER!!!!
My daughter, Andrea's fav. book.
My favorite book.
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In the forty years since Max first cried "Let the wild rumpus start," Maurice Sendak's classic picture book has become one of the most highly acclaimed and best-loved children's books of all time. This was one of my children's favorite books. Now I get the pleasure of introducing it each year to my class. They love to stomp their feet when Max says, "Now let the rumble begin"
Where The Wild Things Are By Maurice Sendak. Originally published in 1963, it has become a much-loved favourite childrens best-seller, and an acknowledged classic of 20th century childrens picture books. #BooksWeLOve #ChildrensBooks #Kids #StuffForKids
In the forty years since Max first cried "Let the wild rumpus start," Maurice Sendak's classic picture book has become one of the most highly acclaimed and best-loved children's books of all time. Now, in celebration of this special anniversary, introduce a new generation to Max's imaginative journey to where the wild things are.
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Where the Wild Things Are written and illustrated by Sendak, Maurice [HarperCollins Publishers, $17.95 hc] In the forty years since Max first cried "Let the wild rumpus start," Maurice Sendak's classic picture book has become one of the most highly acclaimed and best-loved children's books of all time. Now, in celebration of this special anniversary, introduce a new generation to Max's imaginative journey to where the wild things are.
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Picturebook Study: Where The Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak
The Almost Librarian (now at Cozy Up and Read) talks about story extensions as a way to enhance the literacy component of reading. One of my favorite extensions that has developed a life of its own is doing simple theater with kids based on kids books. With the librarian (or mom or teacher or dad) as narrator and the kids as the actors, children's books are brought to life in an immediate way that is fun, satisfying and enshrines the books in the players' hearts. At the same time, the kids learn basic stage craft and are empowered as actors on a stage. The books we've chosen to present are all simple and have few lines but allow the kids to play parts. We've put on Chicka-Chicka-Boom-Boom; Where the Wild Things Are; Wise Monkey Tale; Anansi and the Moss Covered Rock; The Very Hungry Caterpillar as well as other plays over the years based on picture books. We read the book with the kids, then talk about what is happening: how the characters feel; what they might look like, and how the kids can play the part. We go over basic stage directions (how to face the audience; learning to use their faces to show emotions; staying quiet if they are off-stage; etc); rehearse a few times and off we go. When I first started doing these "Preschool Players" programs, we would have the kids make costumes and have three weeks of rehearsals. Over the years we have streamlined and condensed. The costumes were actually more of a distraction for the kids so we don't use much. Kids can come as they are and become the characters. Scenery can be as simple as cut-outs pasted on the wall or crepe paper hung to simulate vines - or often, nothing at all. We can now have practice, put on the play and throw a cast party all in an hour. There is always an improv element to the process and kids and parents (and grandparents and friends who make up the audience) love to see their kids as "stars". And in a very deep and satisfying way we extend the book into these children's lives. Break a leg!
Here's a article that will get you thinking. Many books considered masterpieces today, received brutal reviews when they first came out. The list in this article mainly has novels, but you will find a few children's books. One being a book that is now a classic example of the best in illustrated picture books...Where the Wild Things Are. Publisher's Weekly, 1963 “The plan and technique of the illustrations are superb. … But they may well prove frightening, accompanied as they are by a pointless and confusing story.” — Publisher’s Weekly, 1963 One year later... In 1964, the American Library Association awarded Mr. Sendak the Caldecott Medal, considered the Pulitzer Prize of children’s book illustration, for Where the Wild Things Are. "In simple, incantatory language, the book told the story of Max, a naughty boy who rages at his mother and is sent to his room without supper. A pocket Odysseus, Max promptly sets sail...There, Max leads the creatures in a frenzied rumpus before sailing home, anger spent, to find his supper waiting." —The New York Times. nearly 50 years later... “Each word has been carefully chosen and the simplicity of the language is quite deceptive.” — School Library Journal #1 Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak (1963) "Arguably the single greatest picture book ever created." – Hotspur Closser — Top 100 Picture Books #1: Where the Wild Things Are and 19 million copies, and counting, later... "A signed first edition of "Where the Wild Things Are," the classic children's book by late author Maurice Sendak, has fetched an eyebrow-raising $25,000 on online book retailer abebooks.com, thus making it one of the most expensive children’s books sold in recent memory." — New York Daily News "Abe Books spokesman... Richard Davies told the Daily News that for "Where the Wild Things Are" in particular, it was rare for these books to go for so much because a lot of the 1960s editions were mass published. To date, 19 million copies of the Caldecott Medal-winning book have been sold." — CBS News June 1, 2012
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My all time favorite childhood book. READ IT TO YOUR KIDS!!! I'll love you forever, I'll like you for always, As long as I'm living my baby you'll be. My favorite book!!
My favorite book of all time. The story of a mother's love for her son and how it never changes however old he is. Although a children's book, it reminds us of what's important in life - always.
Love you Forever. Favorite kids book! my nonnie would read this to me and my sisters all the time..... i like you forever, i'll love you for always <3
my ultimate favorite kids book....I still sing to my girls " I love you forever, I like you for always...."
I'll love you forever, I'll like you for always, as long as I'm living, my baby you'll be! Best children's book ever!!!!
Robert Munsch's ‘Love You Forever’ is more than a story book for children, it touches my heart as a mum (and as a daughter) and surely it will touch every parent’s heart. ‘Love You Forever’ is a book I like for its emotional experience of the unconditional love of a parent and its subtle teaching of life cycle in a person’s life. It’s a children’s reading I would strongly recommend. #book#review #children books
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“I’ll love you forever, I’ll like you for always, as long as I’m living my baby you’ll be.” You’ll probably recognize those words from Robert Munsch’s children’s book, Love You Forever. It’s among the best-selling kids’ books of all time, but it still tends to provoke very different responses among parents.
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7 children's books worth reading as an adult
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Read Charlotte's web when I was young and read it to my boys when they were little. Great children's book but also great adult book. 7 Children’s Books Worth Reading as an Adult. 1.Charlotte's Web 2. Eloise 3. A series of Unfortunate Events:The bad beggining. 4. The tale of Peter Rabbit 5. A wrinkle in time 6. Bunnicula 7. The story of Ferdinand
7 children's books worth reading as an adult- Charlotte's Web is my all time favorite book- EVER
Opt for some bedtime story that is soothing. One of my all time favorite books as a kid.
my all time favorite book when i was growing up--don't know how many copies I went thru
No childhood is complete without reading this book! My favorite childhood book!
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One of my all time favorite childhood books.
This book makes me think of my Mom who loved it as much as I did
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"Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day" - Great children's book, especially after having a bad day.
The New York public Library has recently named Judith Viorst’s book Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day as one of the top 100 children’s book from the last 100 years. more at http://www.mykidsy.com/alexander-and-the-terrible-horrible-no-good-very-bad-day-by-judith-viorst/
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"Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day" by Judith Viorst http://www.satisfyingmycuriosity.com/2014/03/11/childrens-books-you-may-want-to-re-read-you-might-learn-a-few-things/
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day by Judith Viorst ~ Just because it's a kid's book doesn't mean it isn't great.
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day. Classic kids book full of humor guaranteed to charm both kids and adults. (Age: 4-9) (Grade: 1-3)
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day...my alltime favorite kids' book! And in case anyone is listening...I am moving to Australia! LOL
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day - one of my favorite kid books! :e)
Some oldies but goodies today, to pave the way for my new feature, Old School Sunday. Beginning next week, I'll be profiling a different title from the past each Sunday, and hopefully having a good laugh at some of the goofy dated stuff I find in them. Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible No Good Very Bad Day by Judith Viorst 1972 | 32 pages | Picture Book This was a favorite book of mine in childhood, and I continue to love it today. Alexander's bad day is something we can all relate to, and I like the fact that we experience all aspects of his bad mood, but still feel hopeful that tomorrow will be better. The Story of James by David McPhail 1989 | 32 pages | Picture BookThis whimsical tale of imagination tells what happens when James takes his little brother fishing with him and turns his back for one second. A perfect blending of magic and truth - it's a shame this book is now out of print. Ira Sleeps Over by Bernard Waber 1975 | 48 pages | Picture BookI was both fascinated with and terrified of sleepovers as a kid, and this book dealt with one of the things I feared - that bringing a stuffed animal to a slumber party would be a major embarrassment. The twist at the end makes me smile every time, and Ira's sister is the perfect antagonist. I love to read this one out loud, just so I can do her voice. Who Came Down that Road? by George Ella Lyon 1992 | 32 pages | Picture BookPresented as a discussion between mother and son, this book is a look back at the many different people throughout history who may have walked down the same roads we walk down today. A fun way to package a history lesson, and a beautifully illustrated book. Whew! That's it - I'm caught up on picture books. Back to normal tomorrow! I borrowed all the picture books in this round-up from my local public library.
Classic Judy Blume...LOVED it!!!
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Oh my land..does this ever take me back to growing up...I LOVED Judy BLume books when I was a kid/preteen
Classic Judy Blume...I still have this edition, which is the exact book my Mom read when she was a little girl.
Classic Judy Blume. One of my favorite books growing up. Can't wait to pass it on to my girls.
Classic Judy Blume! (I feel that every little girl should read this book.)
Classic Judy Blume - this was one of my favorite books growing up.
my fav book when I was a little girl
Awesome book for young girls!
A banned book
Book Review: Are You There, God? It’s Me, Margaret, by Judy Blume (Yearling, 1970)
Favorite books: Twilight Saga
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All the books are bertter then the moviess but love them all books & movies :)
the twilight series gets the credit for why i started reading books, again...
I'm not ashamed to say it.. I love the Twilight Saga.. books & movies!
Twilight-Books are so much better than the movies!! Team Edward! Lol!
Twilight Book Series...Love it, in some ways more than the movies.
Twilight books = Read them all... more than once :-)
The Twilight Saga..ofcourse! Diehard twihard!
Twilight Saga... Movies > Books
OMG YOU SWERIOUS? COPIED AND PASTE ‘The Twilight Saga’ movies are based off of the bestselling books by Stephenie Meyer and once again they are under attack. The American Library Association has released its annual report of “challenged” books and the ‘Twilight’ books have been ranked at number 5. The Associated Press states that the books have been criticized for sexual content; and a library association official also thinks that the "Twilight" series reflects general unease about supernatural stories. The ALA defines a challenge as a "formal, written complaint filed with a library or school requesting that materials be removed because of content or appropriateness." These challenges generally come from parents and teachers who are dissatisfied by the books being in schools. First, I have to say, what books are they reading? Sexual content? Are you joking? Most people complain because the books are too chaste, as are the movies. But that is the beauty of the love story in ‘Twilight’- it’s more about soulmates and true love and less about sex. Even the honeymoon scene in ‘Breaking Dawn’ is a barely there moment and so I don’t understand the complaints in regards to sexual content. The Supernatural complaints are understandable on a base level, especially seeing how crazy some young people get over the ‘Twilight’ books; asking people to bite them and hoping to meet a stalkerish vampire or werewolf. But really how many books contain such themes? And at least the books are written in English, if you have ever read any Captain Underpants or Junie B. Jones books, you will know that they are a greater risk to young readers. The challenges are unlikely to stop students from reading the books and will not stop fans from seeing the movie. If anything this is just more free press for Stephanie Meyer, ‘Twilight’ and the upcoming ‘Eclipse’ movie. FROM EXAMINER
Great book for children who are having a little trouble with separation
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Great book for children who are having a little trouble with separation/ mine and my mother's favorite book
Great book for children who are having a little trouble with separation .. Perfect for the first day of kindergarten!
Apparently a great book for children who are having a little trouble with separation- I might need this for work.
Great book for children who are having a little trouble with separation ...wonder if Jacqs will need this with the new baby???
One of my very favorite children's books! My kids all loved this one as well. I did something similar, always left them with an extra kiss "in their pocket" for when they needed to pull it out when we were apart.
Excellent #parenting book for helping children with separation anxiety http://www.treytrotter.com
Love this children's book!
Awesome book for kids!
Winnie the Pooh
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I pinned this because I like the idea of having a brand based off of the simplicity and neutral color schemes that most classic children's books have
Winnie-the-Pooh is a classic 1926 children's book by English author Alan A. Milne, which tells the stories of Winnie-the-Pooh, a silly bear living in the Hundred Acre Wood with his friends Piglet, Rabbit, Eeyore, Owl and Christopher Robin. It was illustrated by Ernest H. Shepard.
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Winnie-the-Pooh is a classic 1926 children's book by English author Alan A. Milne, which tells the stories of Winnie-the-Pooh, a silly bear living in the Hundred Acre Wood with his friends Piglet, Rabbit, Eeyore, Owl and Christopher Robin. It was illustrated by Ernest H. Shepard. I like to read something special each Christmas. This was my 2009 Christmas read. Every adult should read Winnie the Pooh at least once!!
The first publication of the children’s book Winnie the Pooh on October 14, 1926. The world was introduced to some of the most popular fictional characters of the twentieth century – Winnie the Pooh, Piglet and Eeyore. Two years later the second collection of Winnie the Pooh stories, The house at Pooh corner, appeared on bookshelves introducing the character Tigger. Since then, the book has been published worldwide in over twenty languages providing children with the company of imagination.
Winnie The Pooh by A. A. Milne - a classic book ...
One of my favorite books
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The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold. Fairly good read. Told from the perspective of a 14 year old girl after she was murdered. Favorite book!!!
Book > Movie. I saw the movie first and thought it was pretty good, but after reading the book, I feel like the movie was directed more towards Marc Walberg's search for Susie than he actually did.
“At fourteen, my sister sailed away from me into a place I’d never been. In the walls of my sex there was horror and blood, in the walls of hers there were windows.” - Alice Sebold. The Lovely Bones
"Are you reading anything for fun at this time? What is it? Why do you like it?" Currently, I am re-reading "The Lovely Bones" by Alice Sebold. This is one of my favorite books of all time and I re-read it every few years. I think it's from an interesting perspective with her speaking from the after-life and its a murder mystery which I love. I find this kind of book thrilling, no matter if I know the ending or not.
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The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold. Bram Stoker Award winner.
The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold Set in the 1970's
The Lovely Bones- Alice Sebold = good book
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"Les hommes ont oublié cette vérité, dit le renard. Mais tu ne dois pas l’oublier. Tu deviens responsable pour toujours de ce que tu as apprivoisé." "J'aime bien les couchers de soleil. Allons voir un coucher de soleil..." Antoine de Saint-Exupery, Le Petit Prince - 1943
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Le Petit Prince by Antoine De Saint-Exupery. Read this to your children. I've read it at different transitional points in my life. It's a great read- especially for adolescents who are in the midst of finding themselves.
Le Petit Prince / Antoine de Saint-Exupery. My favorite book as a child
Le Petit Prince by Antoine De Saint-Exupery....I absolutely adore this.
le petit prince - antoine de saint-exupery,one of my favorites books.
Le petit prince - Antoine de Saint-Exupery can read again and again
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Le Petit Prince, a classic French children's book
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Book bucket list.
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Now this makes sense! A "must read" list of only 100, 200 or 300 books just won't cut it. Even this list of 1001 is somewhat limited. Everyone will find some favourites missing even here!..... kp. 1001 books to read before you die. Also has a good children's book list.
The booklist, 1001 Books You Must read before you die. Complete list can be found at the following link: http://www.listology.com/ukaunz/list/1001-books-you-must-read-you-die Books are organized by century.
1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die. To read later when I run out of my to-read book list. Cloud Atlas is in the picture so first sign I might like the list! :)
Book bucket list. I'm curious to see what others see are the 1001 books that we "must read" before we die.
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Book bucket list. some Ideas for book club!
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i loved this book
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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.
Book club title for June 28th. Kathryn Stockett's novel adopts the complicated theme of blacks and whites living in a segregated South. In Stockett's narrative, Skeeter, a young white woman, is a naive, aspiring writer who wants to create a series of interviews with local black maids. Even if they're published anonymously, the risk is great. Tension pervades the novel as its events are told by these three memorable women.
The Help by Kathryn Stockett - I was told this was worth reading
The Help by Kathryn Stockett. One of my absolute favorite Books!
The Help by Kathryn Stockett: Awesome book!
By far one of my favorite books & movie
Excellent book. Book club read.
"There is so much you don't know about a person. I wonder if I could've made her days a little bit easier, if I'd tried. If I'd treated her a little nicer. Wasn't that the point of the book? For women to realize, We are just two people. Not that much separates us. Not nearly as much as I'd thought." -The Help, Kathryn Stockett, p. 492 We judge based on what we perceive, what we think we know. We set boundaries based on these abstract concepts. We separate others, group people and things where they "belong" in the categories that we create. Cheap. Classy. Smart. Dirty. Weak. Sexy. Executive. Kind. Blue collar. Creative. Rigid. Annoying. Compassionate. Awkward. Abrasive. Humble. Patriotic. Proper. Simple. Mature. Beautiful. And the list goes on. But in doing so, we separate ourselves. We think we belong in certain categories. We draw invisible lines. It's been a while since I've read a really good book (Modern Library's Top 100 Novels has had some let-downs), so I took a break from my reading list to read The Help by Kathryn Stockett. Someone had left the book (willingly) in our apartment mail room, so I picked it up (and will return it now that I've finished). Nothing better than a good free book! I can't speak for the movie, but if you haven't read the book, you must. It really is excellent. I challenge us all this week to remove one invisible line. When you read the above list of adjectives, what or who came to mind? Why? Is it fair to categorize them that way? Where do you belong?
5 Books I’ve Read plus 5 Books I’m gonna Read.
One of my favorites
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Actually liked reading this book. Book club choice and I do like to read and was nicely surprised, actually a good book! Check out the website to see more
Very much a book worth reading, loved it!! Karen , Donna and I went to see the movie last night( August 7, 2011).
I LOVE THE HELP! I laughed so hard I cried, and cried. It's such an awesome book/movie
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One of my favorite books now. We read it in our book club.
Very much a book worth reading-better than the movie.
Amazing book and the movie is good too!
another one on my "to-read" list
My favorite book/movie combo
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