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Just re-read this recently and discovered that I missed a lot the first time around, things that actually made me laugh out loud on the train.

Just re-read this recently and discovered that I missed a lot the first time around, things that actually made me laugh out loud on the train.

I’ve read some REALLY good books lately… and I have a stack of books I can’t wait to dig into. (wish there was just more time in the day to read!) I tried to get a few non-WWII books in, but I just can’t help it. It’s what I’m drawn to and love to read …

Again, Dickens is a favorite and I like all of his books, but this and one other vie for top honors...

Again, Dickens is a favorite and I like all of his books, but this and one other vie for top honors...

The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot. 3 = Worth a Try

The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot. 3 = Worth a Try

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That old aphorism, "You can't judge a book by its cover," it turns out, is completely and totally untrue. We took a look at a few of our most adored childhood reads and compared the covers we pored over then with earlier covers and some current ones, too.

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