Tag Archives: Reading

Book of the Month – I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou

I know we’ve missed about two year’s worth of Book of the Month updates – but our pick for April 2017, chosen by Emily, is I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou! I have to admit, personally, I was … Continue reading

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Read a book: It’s good for you

What if I told you that reading a good book can be good for your health, both physical and mental, and the well being of society at large? I just read Clay Johnson’s profound and world renowned manifesto, The Information Diet: A Case … Continue reading

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Why I joined the “Unputdownable” Book Club

Ah, books. My one true love in life. There seems to be a book that I can neatly attach to every stage of my life. Whether it be having Dr. Suess’s Green Eggs and Ham read to me in class … Continue reading

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Tales from a nomadic bibliophile (part 2) – Reading Sarah’s Key in Paris

So, it’s been a little while since Part 1 of this ‘meant to be series’, but here I am, a few months older and with a few more titles checked off my ‘impossible to complete within this lifetime’ list of … Continue reading

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Tales from a nomadic bibliophile (part 1) – For the love of reading and travelling

Having been enrolled in school almost consistently from the preliterate age of four until this past year, my social life and I struggled to make time to get through the never-ending list of assigned reading material. Needless to say, checking … Continue reading

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