Do you re-read your favorite books, or do you save your precious reading time for all new material? If you do re-read, what are your choices and why? Here's a story on the pleasures of re-reading...
I try to read To Kill a Mockingbird every fall. Even though a large part of it is set in the summer, it has a fall feel to me. I also enjoy reading A Christmas Carol every...you guessed it...Christmas. I also can't get enough of Harry Potter--especially as the new movies continue to come out. Having finally completed my collection, I'm about to go back through A Series of Unfortunate Events as well. And reading Shakespeare, Jane Austen, Louisa May Alcott and C.S. Lewis has become a lot like catching up with old friends.
OK, I'll stop now. Your turn!
Do you love libraries? (Don't we all?) Then this improved site is just for you!
A big ol' book fair comes to town...
On the serious side, a new government report examining the role of museums and libraries in strengthening communities...
Libraries will also be strengthening the online community...
More thoughts on the Kindle...
Troubling info about some phony medical journals...take your pick of three links about the same story:
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