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On my weekly trip to the library yesterday, I saw and bought this bag which goes to the public library foundation. It's one of those Bring Your Own Bag iniatives that encourage the use of recyclable and reusable bags in place of plastic bags. I'm really glad to have bought it since the money goes directly to the library and up to this point, I've been using one of my purses or a plastic bags…

Nothing like coming home to your books. I got home from work two hours ago. It was a very hot and humid day, but it rained a great storm when I was at work (which was thankfully not too busy). The evening was cool from the rain and the air was beautifully fresh. I came home, and I saw the above pile of books on my printer as if to say "Welcome, home." instead of…

Here is my list for twelve award winning books to be read between July 1 2007 to July 1 2008 for the Book Awards Challenge. I'm confident I'll complete this challenge because I have a couple of the books in my house and couple of which are also Newbery. I have provided a long list of prospective books for additional reading in the challenge. The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy (Booker Prize) Anil's…

Here is my reading list for the Summer Reading Challenge (June 1- August 1). Almost all of it is young adult or children's lit which is funny and also will give me a slightly high chance of actually finishing the challenge. The Tiger in the Well by Philip Pullman The Tin Princess by Philip Pullman Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J. K. Rowling Watership Down by Richard Adams Anne Frank: The Diary of…