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June 10, 2015

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Rosemary

I have "My Mother She Killed Me, My Father He Ate Me" on my to-read list! Glad to hear it you enjoyed it.

Rachel

First -- don't you just love it when one goes on a reading binge! this is an impressive amount of reading in a month! Second, I'm very glad to see that Banks redeemed himself for you after his little stumble! Third -- I read and enjoyed Harold Fry as well...but recently read one of a similar strain that I enjoyed even more...you may want to check it out (Etta and Otto and Russell and James). Fourth -- me too with the short story genre but lately I've been reconsidering. So I will gladly accept your nutting recommendation. Thank you!

As for me -- coincidentally I too recently posted an update to my blog of the books that I've read in the past month. It's easier to direct you there.

You are knitting for baby lemon!!!!

josiekitten

I am about to start Elizabeth is Missing, which addresses the issue of dementia. Currently knitting blanket squares!

I love the Little House series too - great books. Are they still popular with kids in the US today or are they considered too 'tame'?

snoopydog

I remember those books too! :-) Happy reading! Ros

kate

Ah, Little House. Busboy loved the audio books of that series, it was so fun to revisit them through his ears.

I may have a blog post up this week with a review of my latest more serious book, Alone in the Classroom by Louise Hay. Still reading lots of lovely popular fiction as well. Working on A Dangerous Fortune by Ken Follett, on a recommendation from a work colleague.

Baby lemon knitting, yay!!!

claire

hooray for knitting for baby lemon! what a lucky lucky little girl she will be!
i've looked into that harold fry book before, i'll definitely download it one of these days upon your recommendation.
and now i have one for you! a few months ago i read a book called Etta and Otto and Russell and James. it was absolutely the most charming and lovely book i've read in years. i have full confidence you will love it too. read it!

claire

oh since posting my comment i've just gone up and seen that Rachel recommended the same book! that's so funny!
and trust us, it's really good! :)

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