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At the start of every month, I’ll be publishing a “5 Monthly Reads” article, offering for your literary pleasure five of the best books I’ve read from the month before. Enjoy – and let me know in the comments what you think of the ones you do decide to pick up!
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At the start of every month, I’ll be publishing a “5 Monthly Reads” article, offering for your literary pleasure five of the best books I’ve read from the month before. Enjoy – and let me know in the comments what you think of the ones you do decide to pick up!
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At the start of every month, I’ll be publishing a “5 Monthly Reads” article, offering for your literary pleasure five of the best books I’ve read from the month before. Enjoy – and let me know in the comments what you think of the ones you do decide to pick up!
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On the 1st of every month, I’ll be publishing a “5 Monthly Reads” article, offering for your literary pleasure five of the best books I’ve read from the month before. Enjoy – and let me know in the comments what you think of the ones you do decide to pick up!
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On the 1st of every month, I’ll be publishing a “5 Monthly Reads” article, offering for your literary pleasure the five best books I’ve read from the month before. Enjoy – and let me know in the comments what you think of the ones you do decide to pick up!
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On the 1st of every month, I’ll be publishing a “5 Monthly Reads” article, offering for your literary pleasure the five best books I’ve read from the month before. Enjoy – and let me know in the comments what you think of the ones you do decide to pick up!
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Art imitates life, life imitates art. A phrase we’ve likely all heard, and an idea that can blossom in countless ideas. To count off just a few: Do we unwittingly shape our lives to resemble the stories we read or see on the screen? Do we view our lives through evolving internal narratives – constructing

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Worth a thousand words. We’ve all read and loved picture books as children. With fond memories do many of us think back to our favorite Dr. Seuss book (Horton Hatches the Egg was mine – yours?), none of which would have been nearly the same experience without Seuss’s trademark whimsical, surreal, and strangely beautiful illustrations.

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