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The Cyberiad
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Italian cities have long been held up as ideals, not least by New Yorkers and Londoners enthralled by the ways their architecture gives beauty and meaning to everyday acts.Rebecca Solnit
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Cities have always offered anonymity, variety, and conjunction, qualities best basked in by walking: one does not have to go into the bakery or the fortune-teller's, only to know that one might. A city always contains more than any inhabitant can know, and a great city always makes the unknown and the possible spurs to the imagination.Rebecca Solnit
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Better Food for a Better World by Erin  McGraw
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Pedaling Revolution by Jeff Mapes
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Loving it! Brilliant writing with lots of facts and stats. A healthy and thorough exploration of the issues around bicycling safety.
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The Way of Ignorance and Other Essays by Wendell Berry
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The Cyberiad by Stanisław Lem
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Friend loaned it to me, I'm enjoying it enough so far that I bought my own copy!
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Outside Looking In by Garry Wills
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Joshua is reading unChristian: I'm enjoying more than I thought I would when I first saw it on shelves at the parish bookstore.
unChristian: What a New Generation Really Thinks about Christianity... and Why It Matters
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Rebecca Solnit
“Cities have always offered anonymity, variety, and conjunction, qualities best basked in by walking: one does not have to go into the bakery or the fortune-teller's, only to know that one might. A city always contains more than any inhabitant can know, and a great city always makes the unknown and the possible spurs to the imagination.”
Rebecca Solnit, Wanderlust: A History of Walking

Rebecca Solnit
“Italian cities have long been held up as ideals, not least by New Yorkers and Londoners enthralled by the ways their architecture gives beauty and meaning to everyday acts.”
Rebecca Solnit, Wanderlust: A History of Walking

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