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This book was my mom's from when she had me. She gave it to me when I had a kid. Full of advice about how to care for a baby, definitely came in handy. . . . #bibliofile

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I have read some Bryson before and enjoyed it so I decided to take a chance on what I assumed was going to be a really boring book about a house. And while it was a bit boring at times, for the most part I found it shockingly interesting. I basically learned a lot about random stuff. (PS – this book fit the category as his home is an old vicarage.) #bibliofile

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I had complex feelings while reading this book. In a lot of ways, I could see myself in Stephanie. I got pregnant with my oldest at 20 and was a single mother until he was 7. I went to college when my son was 18 months old, worked 30 hours a week, and relied on government assistance for child care (and always felt guilty about it.) Due to our similarities (and perhaps just human nature), I found myself judging Stephanie and some of her decisions pretty harshly and then forcing myself to reflect on why I was doing this. After all, we all make unwise decisions at times, right? Isn’t that what makes us human? And although our circumstances were similar on the surface, I also had loving parents who offered me some financial support if I needed it and were able to provide emotional support and guide me to resources that were essentially life changing. It also made me reflect on how our culture views poor people in general. We are brutal to other human beings who are struggling just to live. I don’t know guys, the more and more I think about it, the angrier I get. It’s 2019 and all people don’t have their basic needs met and we are perfectly okay with it. Haven’t we evolved as a culture and a species to take care of each other and recognize and value basic humanity over hoarding wealth? Why are we so happy with the status quo and denying people basic things just because they are poor. #bibliofile

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Good morning everyone! I just finished my ARC of There Will Come A Darkness by Katy Rose Pool and wow it was amazing! There are so many shocking plot twists and the characters are so fun to follow. It comes out September 3rd, and I highly recommend it! Also the gloves/hands are symbolic of two characters that I loved... I’ll leave it at that. Also Anton is my baby and I will protect him at all costs. That’s a mini review, but I’ll post one in my highlights soon. QUOTD: If you could only read one new book this year, what would it be? AOTD: Ahh this is not a fun question, but I would have to say Queen of Nothing by Holly Black because I need to know what happens after the last book’s events! #bibliofile

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Day 14: Author’s Challenge - Loop Friday Two good things happening today: 1. IT’S FRIDAY! 2. Follow loop! • Woo Hoo! Let’s do this! • Original post by @debratorreswrites • Follow those that comment. The going subject is “Book Series I Binged” • Repost if you like. • Don’t follow then unfollow, that’s dirty and generally seen as underhanded. We know who you are. • Enjoy! 📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚 • • • #bibliofile

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