Pablo Neruda is a breathtaking 20th century poet. There's an excellent and concise collection of his work called The Essential Neruda.
If you're interested in something very contemporary, I recommend Quiver by Susan...
My four-year-old son is asking for us to read him "longer" books. We usually read a lot of Curious George, Dr. Seuss, Mo Willems, etc, but recently he went completely wild for the original Alice in Wonderland. He loved the...
Originally Posted by Arduinna
Also anyone else wish that Amazon had special wishlists for kindle books?
I'm reading Lavinia by Ursula K. Le Guin. I just finished My Sister, My Love by...
Library-bound books are studier hardbacks: the pages are sewn in place rather than glued, and the cover is usually made of a reinforced buckram, rather than soft cloth. This helps the books stand up to lots of use.
Originally Posted by LaLaLaLa
"The Time Traveler's Wife"
I'm looking forward to this one too. I love the book, and I think it could translate well into a movie. I like the director, so I'm hopeful
Originally Posted by kaleidoscopeeyes
The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz
I finished reading that one on New Year's Day 2008, so it kinda counts as a 2008 read
My other favorite...
The animal care agency will eventually flag her as a nuisance caller and stop coming out when she calls. I'd say just continue to keep your dog safe and wait it out, these types of problems tend to correct themselves.
Subbing! I'm about to go back to being a full time SAHM (after a few years of hybrid WAH/WOH) and I'm planning to improve my traditional homemaking skills while I have the chance to stay home. This thread is inspiring and so...