Another Book Lover’s Teapot

Jul 22

Another Book Lover’s Teapot

In February I shared a lovely Book Lover’s Teapot and I found that the artist who made that one also makes another! How cool is that? You can buy this (or this other one) at this website:...

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World Read Aloud Day 2013

Mar 06

World Read Aloud Day 2013

March 6th is a very special day in my house. It is someone’s birthday! And this someone happens to love reading. So, how very appropriate that March 6th is not only her birthday but also World Read Aloud Day. Directly from their website, here is some more information about World Read Aloud Day 2013: World Read Aloud Day: March 6, 2013 Read It Forward on World...

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World Book Day 2013 is Tomorrow!

Mar 05

World Book Day 2013 is Tomorrow!

World Book Day is celebrated in the UK and Ireland, and so all who live outside the UK check to see when these events start for us. I live in Seattle, so I assume mine will start 8 hours before the stated times. There will be a video that can be watched (non-live) posted afterwards: The Biggest Book Show on Earth 2013 Trailer from World Book Day on Vimeo. I signed...

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Where The Sidewalk Ends: The Poems and Drawings of Shel Silverstein

Mar 03

Where The Sidewalk Ends: The Poems and Drawings of Shel Silverstein

For one of my 2013 Reading Challenges, Reading Outside the Box, I chose this category: It’s my Birthday! So, have a party! Read a book that was published in either your birth month or birth year! And for my birth year, 1974, one of my favorite authors Shel Silverstein published one of his most popular books, Where the Sidewalk Ends. So, I read it. It was a fun,...

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Love Medicine by Louise Erdrich

Mar 02

Love Medicine by Louise Erdrich

Love Medicine was a really good book. It is Native American literature and it is filled with disjointed short stories, coming together, as a tribe would from all angles. The characters are strong and vulnerable, believable and the stories pull on your heart strings. This is a book with a message. In this book we read about two families spanning many decades, in a...

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