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    "Scroogenomics: Why you shouldn't buy presents for the holidays"--looks interesting.

    Apple ukulele ( applelele ). I see so few things that I think are exciting enough to buy AND that we can't make ourselves, but this is darling. I wonder how it sounds.

    14 Books to Read in 2014 - Some very interesting sounding non-fiction. I could use more of this...

    100 Books That Will Make You a Smarter, More Attractive, and Generally More Interesting Young Adult

    What Do I Read Next - The Spring Preview Edition (Need to remember this site, it's pretty fantastic for book lovers! :))

    between you & me ~ summer reading list. Love this list!! #booklist #summerreading

    The Witch’s Daughter by Paula Brackston | 13 Books To Read This Halloween #halloween #scaryreads

    Art Print Bohus Bersa All you need you are books and tea. $ 24.00, via Etsy.

    The best books of the year - all of these are going on my library list ASAP

    My Uncle Oswald by Roald Dahl

    Books for kids who like Percy Jackson and The Lightening Thief.

    I havent gotten to read a book since the summer, and I WILL find time to do this when i get a chance over the Christmas break (when were not teaching @Amanda Snelson Snelson R. Martinez!): Worth Reading, Quotes, Cant, Books Worth, Bookworm, Books Book

    secret life of bees

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    100 Young Adult Books for the Feminist Reader

    The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari: A Fable About Fulfilling Your Dreams & Reaching Your Destiny by Robin S. Sharma #buddhism #leadership

    Pinning to read later. It's quite life-affirming...and understanding of learning without school.

    So true. ;)

    Popular Book Club Novels...The only ones I've read so far are Kite Runner, Room, and Their Eyes Were Watching God. I have Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks here on my To Read shelf, and I've seen the movies of Life of Pi and Lovely Bones but haven't read them yet. I think this is a pretty good reading list, although it ought to include Joyce Carol Oates!