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historical fiction (219), non-fiction (112), American history (99), ARC (78), England (51), fiction (46), romance (44), 19th century (42), memoir (41), strong women (40), biography (40), American Civil War (38), 20th century (35), contemporary fiction (28), WWII (27), 18th century (24), HNR (24), 2008-Summer (23), mystery (22), fantasy (21), slavery (21), Pulitzer Prize (20), racism (20), American Revolution (20), 2008-Winter (18), 2009-Summer (16), European Queens (16), 2008-Fall (16), 2007-Summer (15), family (15), ER (14), presidents (14), murder (14), biographical fiction (14), 2008-Spring (13), 2009 Spring (13), Henry VIII (13), favorite (12), 16th century (12), 2009-Winter (12), suspense (12), coming of age (11), 21st century (11), adventure (11), religion (10), winter 2010-2011 (10), philosophy (10), classic literature (10), women roles (10), American History (10), New England (9), 2010-Spring (9), Virginia (9), Middle East (9), family relationships (9), 2007-Fall (9), 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Aderiu
Oct 8, 2005
Nome Real
Donna
Acerca da Minha Biblioteca
I am most drawn to reading historical fiction and history which I include biography. I also enjoy a lot of contemporary fiction.
However, I read nearly every Stephen King book written(yet usually hate horror books).

Therefore, I would say I am always looking for a great read. I have an open mind and read reviews often. PLEASE, recommend any books you think were your absolute favorites!!!!!

As a library media specialist, I read The New York Times Book Review. I always look at School Library Journal, Booklist, Amazon, Kirkus, Publishers Weekly and especially read my fellow Library Thing Member's reviews out there!!!!!

Please write and recommend your favorites.


I still have books to add to my account, just never have the time.
Acerca de Mim
I am a library/media specialist in the Northeast. I am an avid reader and can't wait to read my next book. The only problem I have is deciding which book in my "to read" pile will be next. As far as I am concerned there are never enough hours in a day to read. My perfect job would be reading and writing reviews... without a doubt.

My job is a teacher/library media specialist, but my passion is all about the kids and their learning to acquire a love of reading. I purchase children's books for K-5 and have been involved with young adult literature as well. I believe strongly that children who love to read will succeed, whether they read online or in a book.
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Tri-State Northeast
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http://www.bookwormsdinner.blogspot.com/
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Livrarias: Borders - Danbury, Deer Park Books, Elm Street Books, More Good Books, R.J. Julia Booksellers, The Hickory Stick Bookshop

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