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A Million Little Pieces’ by James Frey. I actually just picked it up off the shelf. I just read the back of the book and it sounded interesting.”

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Olive Kitteridge’ by Elizabeth Strout. I’m reading it because I read a book called ‘Sarah’s Key’ and it popped up on my Nook as a thing I would like.”

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A Revolution Down on the Farm’ by Paul Conkin. It’s about agricultural history. I’m a history and German teacher so the history part is interesting to me.”

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Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk’ by David Sedaris. He’s one of my favorite authors. I’ve read two others of his.””

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Just Kids’ by Patti Smith. It’s the Patti Smith memior. As the godmother of punk, it seemed like a good idea.”

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riverdrifter 3 years, 11 months ago

China Marine by E. B. Sledge. It's about the First Division of the U S Marines who went to Peiping, China as part of the American legation after WWII. My Dad was in the same regiment as Sledge, whom he knew, and of course he was known as 'Sledgehammer'.

irvan moore 3 years, 11 months ago

not the tv section of the Journal World, they got rid of the guide and then they put the daily listings in print to small for us old people to read. you'd think they would know the only people left who get the paper are old folks like me.

davidsmom 3 years, 11 months ago

"It's Not About the Bike" by Lance Armstrong, c. 2000.

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