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The Ginger Horse by Maureen Daly and Wesley by mainelykidsbooks

The Ginger Horse by Maureen Daly and Wesley by mainelykidsbooks

I have yet to meet a kid who doesn't like Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle though the first one is best.

I have yet to meet a kid who doesn't like Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle though the first one is best.

I still believe the science, but I think this book sounds interesting from a standpoint of having a healthy relationship with food. "A must-read to make you more aware of what you put in your body."

My Kitchen Essentials

I still believe the science, but I think this book sounds interesting from a standpoint of having a healthy relationship with food. "A must-read to make you more aware of what you put in your body."

sisters long ago peg kehret

sisters long ago peg kehret

Just Kids - Patti Smith

I'm halfway through this book, and I'm so in love with it I can't even begin to talk about it. Patti Smith's writing is . . . so poetic, so beautiful, so wonderfully precise in its descriptions . . . holy crap.

Just Kids - Patti Smith I'm halfway through this book, and I'm so in love with it I can't even begin to talk about it. Patti Smith's writing is . . . so poetic, so beautiful, so wonderfully precise in its descriptions . . . holy crap.

"V S Naipaul first visited India in 1962. The book emerging out of that visit, An Area of Darkness, remains a valuable record of an India in transition - an India losing, under a weak and exhausted Nehru, a war with China, and losing along with it its flush of post-independence idealism and innocence. Indeed, each one of Naipaul's trilogy of books on India has come to stand as a historical document of India's post-colonial evolution."    http://dikigoros.150m.com/naipaulmishra.htm

"V S Naipaul first visited India in 1962. The book emerging out of that visit, An Area of Darkness, remains a valuable record of an India in transition - an India losing, under a weak and exhausted Nehru, a war with China, and losing along with it its flush of post-independence idealism and innocence. Indeed, each one of Naipaul's trilogy of books on India has come to stand as a historical document of India's post-colonial evolution." http://dikigoros.150m.com/naipaulmishra.htm

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