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thebookmine:

September Book Photo Challenge:  2. Watcha Reading

White Teeth - Zadie Smith

thebookmine:

September Book Photo Challenge:  2. Watcha Reading

White Teeth - Zadie Smith

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thebookcastle:

Book Review on The Book Castle
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Highlight of today? Returning home from school to find a lovely package full of magical goodness waiting! Thanks a billion ton yanlogic-soinsainthood <3 I absolutely L O V E these! (and your notes, I love love love handwritten notes by wonderful people) I cannot tell you in words how much I squealed with happiness when I saw these beauties, thank you so so  much! I’ve refused to take off this shirt ever since and have been working hard on going back in time to right all my wrongs

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on e.e cummings..

on e.e cummings..

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vintagebooksdesign:

VINTAGE CHILDREN’S CLASSICS

We’re celebrating Children’s Book Week by sharing our latest Vintage Children’s Classics. We’ve had a great time working with some fantastic illustrators across the list with the series going from strength to strength.

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negative-pessimist:

tea-books-lover:

Read the Bloody Book’s Book Photo Challenge

04: Smell the Roses (books and flowers)

The Lavender Room by Nina George, and some lavender.

Beautiful!!

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ina-reads:

September book photo challenge: day 12- I’m reading this nextNocturnes by Kazuo Ishiguro

ina-reads:

September book photo challenge: day 12- I’m reading this next
Nocturnes by Kazuo Ishiguro

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paticmak:

October moods #2

paticmak:

October moods #2

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theharingblog:

The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton

theharingblog:

The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton

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"We need individual stories. Without individuals we see only numbers: a thousand dead, a hundred thousand dead,&#8217;casualties may rise to a million. With individual stories, the statics become people." - Neil Gaiman

"We need individual stories. Without individuals we see only numbers: a thousand dead, a hundred thousand dead,’casualties may rise to a million. With individual stories, the statics become people." - Neil Gaiman

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