My Reading & My LFL

I do have a range of genres I read. I like casual reading; pick a book up every few days and read a bit. I have a Little Free Library for all ages and many of the books I read or have read are in the library plus many other selections that I think my LFL patrons would enjoy or find interesting as a read.
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July
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January 2016
19
text: An interesting read/view
I am quite intrigued by this read. Lots of history and accounts of information that you wouldnt hear in your normal classroo...
A People's History of the United States: 1492 to Present - Howard Zinn
January 2016
16
text: I can relate to some of this
I too grew up living in poverty. I can identify with some of the struggles she went through and remember the feelings she too...
Hand to Mouth: Living in Bootstrap America - Linda Tirado
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January 2016
11
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The Girl on the Train is one messed up story! Every character in this book is pathetic and sad and the pacing did slow down...
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"I quit because when you give 23,546 hand jobs over a three-year period , carpal tunnel syndrome is a very real thing.' Wi...
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A fantastic collection of creepy atmospheric horror tales written back in the day. I felt that these stories lost nothing wit...
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For the last eight years I've joined one (or more) reading challenges. For the last eight years I've failed to complete any ...
January 2016
07
read and rated
text: Car Sick John Waters was fantastic!
I finished reading Car Sick by John Waters and loved it! OH his wicked pervy twisted mind created hilarious and grotesque fi...
Carsick: John Waters Hitchhikes Across America - John Waters
December 2015
26
text: Fun Adventure for Kids!
This is a good book for the 3rd through 5th grade readers. It will have them using their stretch of the imaginations as they...
Joe Devlin And The New Star Fighter - James R. Thomas
December 2015
18
December 2015
11