A lot of avid book readers are compiling a list of the books they are most thankful for in honor of Thanksgiving, and I decided to join the trend.
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The book “Room” was just too good to put into words.
For as long as I can remember, I’ve always hated fantasy and science fictions books.
I love letting people borrow my books, but I’ve also been told that I’m quite OCD with my books.
Last week, I became the proud owner of 34 new books.
The big question for readers in this day and age is: Do I read physical books or e-books?
I’ve become a fan of shorter books lately for some pretty obvious reasons.
Rep. John Lewis (D-Georgia) is the last surviving member of the Big Six civil rights activists.
In my reading career, I’ve read a wide variety of books. Typically, I am open to trying anything, but I also have some rules when it comes to reading.
Some people bring TV’s to college, some bring their pets, but I brought 101 books. I get that number may seem a bit arbitrary, but the books are only part of the larger story here: my bookshelf.
“How to Love” by Katie Cotugno was such a remarkable book. I’ve seen and heard of this book for a while now, and I finally decided to read it.
The George A. Smathers Libraries received two large grants to digitalize newspapers and conduct research on credibility.