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  1. Maria Matter 1
    Maria Matter Thursday, July 28th, 2011 at 11:17 am |

    Thanks for sharing Sara! I enjoy adding new titles to my ‘to read’ list!
    Have a happy day!

  2. Maria Matter 3
    Maria Matter Thursday, July 28th, 2011 at 11:46 am |

    …homeschooling catalogs! lol
    Until we kick in our routines mid august, I’m usually not reading much for enjoyment! I’ll be writing a curriculum for my daughter using the book, Stepping Heavenward by Elizabeth Prentiss. So I will be re-reading that in a few days!

  3. Erin Fitzpatrick-Bjorn 4
    Erin Fitzpatrick-Bjorn Thursday, July 28th, 2011 at 5:28 pm |

    I read 14 Superfoods this sumer and have been telling everyone I know about it. Thanks for the tip on that one!

    Read A Reliable Wife which I still can’t decide if I liked. Those characters were a little hard to take.

    Finished a series by PB Ryan, the Nell Sweeney Mystery series. Set in the late 1800s in New England, they’re shorter mysteries, although not short stories.

    Read a Couple of Pride and Prejudice alikes, my favorite of which was The Pemberly Chronicles.

    Loved, loved, loved Baking Cakes in Kigali and am hoping there will be more to come from that author.

    Read Buried Alive aloud to my nephew while we were in Denali National Park. It’s one of the National Geographic National Parks Mysteries series and it’s a good one for a read aloud. Lots of suspense in this series.

    Listening to Louise Penny’s Bury Your Dead right now. I like the reader of this series very much.

    Still on the summer shelf, several YA books for school, Jean Auel’s last book, The Snowman by Jo Nesbo (recommended for those of us who are missing Lisbeth Sanders) and The Quickening which is supposed to be Willa Cather-esque. Off as soon as I finish this (looooong) comment to finish Sean Griswold’s Head, a funny and thoughtful YA book I started last night.


  4. Michelle 6
    Michelle Thursday, July 28th, 2011 at 6:37 pm |

    My favorite thing about our library is that you can order your books online and go to the library to pick them up once your receive an email that they have arrived! You have the pick of books at all branches in the system, rather that selecting only what is on the shelves at the time of your visit.

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