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My hubs uses the library site for cataloging his collections. He uses it for his blog as well and I believe has scanned in book covers into the site for others. It is a very cool site
I get the feeling it's pretty addictive once you start cataloging your books, which is why I haven't done it - I spend enough time procrastinating on the internet as it is!
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I just finished The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro. An excellent, excellent book.
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From Baghdad, With Love - Lieutenant Colonel Jay Kopelman with Melinda Roth


Kopelman kind of reminds me of Jim Thomas... I think, mostly due to the absence of hair. It's about a group of Marines who come across a puppy in an abandoned building in Fallujah, and how he impacts on their stay in the area.
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100 years of solitude - Gabriel Garcia Marques (third time)
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100 years of solitude - Gabriel Garcia Marques (third time)
Read it and will read again. That supernatural stuff freaked me out, but it's a good read.

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Requiem Voor een Vriend - J.J. Voskuil

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The House on Mango Street-Sandra Cisneros
Just finished this book. The main character, Esperanza, sort of reminds me of Ramona Quimby from Beverly Cleary's books.

Next up: fellow Kentuckian Barbara Kingsolver's The Bean Trees. I'm thinking about designing a unit on this book and a couple of others-maybe The Color of Water and another one.

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Rosario, del 900 a la "década infame" by Rafael Oscar Ielpi

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Siddhartha - Hermann Hesse.

Reading the first pages.
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Boquitas Pintadas-Manuel Puig.
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Books suck, expect the internet probably the worst way to waste your life, go outside do something

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The Idiot - Fyodor Dostoevsky
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I'm reading The Interpretation Of Murder by Jed Rubenfeld

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