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Awards for Good Boys by Shelby Lorman
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Meanwhile in San Francisco by Wendy MacNaughton
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I love San Francisco, and I loved this. Sweet drawings and observations about the city, and I learned a few things. Wendy is our own Maira Kalman.
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Conversations with Joan Didion by Scott F. Parker
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"... you get the sense that it's possible simply to go through life noticing things and writing them down and that this is ok, it's worth doing. That the seemingly insignificant things that most of us spend our days noticing are really significant, h ...more
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The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway
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On Tyranny by Timothy Snyder
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When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi
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Best Ever Travel Tips by Lonely Planet
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Beloved Dog by Maira Kalman
Beloved Dog
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Maggie Mason wants to read 20 books in the 2019 Reading Challenge
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She has read 6 books toward her goal of 20 books.
 
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Improvement by Joan Silber
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“People travel and they find places they like so much they think they have risen to their best selves just by being there.”

“But people often wanted payment for what they only wished they’d done.”
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Julian Barnes
“But then you begin to understand that the reward of merit is not life’s business.”
Julian Barnes
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Margaret Atwood
“Wars happen because the ones who start them think they can win.”
Margaret Atwood, Morning in the Burned House
tags: war

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