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29 July 2012


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LeeAnn Balbirona

I like your reading lists. :) I just finished two very light nonfiction books, "French Kids Eat Everything" and "Bringing up Bebe." I've got Aldous Huxley's novel "Island" on the top of my next to read pile, unless I get to (nonfiction) "Digital Barbarism" by Mark Helprin first. I have very little patience for fictiont these days. When I really need to relax and be amused, I pull out "Pride and Prejudice" and read a few pages. I have a pile of cookbooks in my currently reading list also but they really don't count since I never read them all the way through, just hop and skip around as needed. The rabies info is really interesting. I'm glad you read it and passed the story along.


I have never had any patience whatsoever for Jane Austen. Pride and Prejudice would be, like, anti-fluffy reading for me.


I'm reading "The Disappearing Spoon"by Sam Kean. It's nonfiction about the history of the periodic table.
The rabies book sounds fascinating. I checked and my library system has it, so it's on my list for the near future.


Oh, that rabies book sounds like just the kind of thing I like. Oh, and that reminds me, there was a "fluffy nonfiction" book about tulips that I want to read. Tabitha's suggestion is intriuging too. More for my TBR list!


Kathy, you're going to have to share an author/title on the tulips book.
LeeAnn, I've requested French Kids Eat Everything and Bringing up Bebe was already on my TBR list. The Tiger Mom book is on it, too ( though my 13 yo already read it).

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