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30 day book challenge. Day 20

A book I would recommend to an ignorant/racist/closed-minded person Honestly, I’d be hesitant to go there. I think I’d be setting myself up for disappointment. I guess see yesterday about changing minds. I just don’t believe I could make a … Continue reading

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30 day book challenge. Day 19

A book that changed my mind about a particular topic. The prompt specifies that said book must be non-fiction. I really don’t know. I talked with some people here before about how I seem to only read things that conform … Continue reading

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30 day book challenge. Days 17 and 18

Book turned movie and completely desecrated Les Miserables from 1998. I remember seeing a trailer for this movie that said something like “the story you thought you knew is nothing like you would expect.” Of course, I can’t find it … Continue reading

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30 day book challenge. Day 16

The prompt simply says “favorite book turned movie.” Because I’m hyper-literal or deliberately obnoxious and obtuse, I don’t know if it means my favorite movie that was based on a (favorite) book or a favorite book that was turned into … Continue reading

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30 day book challenge. Day 15

Half-way point! Woo! I have the feeling that I’m boring people. My favorite book dealing with a foreign culture. See yesterday’s post about my lack of exposure to this. Season of Migration to the North by Tayeb Salih, a Sudanese … Continue reading

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30 day book challenge. Day 14

A book that I think should be on the required reading list for college and/or high school Something non-Western. My high school reading experience was woefully limited when it came to non-Western literature. In school, I had American lit, English … Continue reading

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30 day book challenge. Day 13

My favorite childhood book. I had so many, so I’ll choose my first from the youngest age. I loved Red Sun Girl by Jean and Claudio Marzollo. It was a sci-fi/fantasy about a girl named Kiri who lived on a … Continue reading

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30 day book challenge. Day 12

A book so emotionally draining I couldn’t complete it or had to put it aside for a bit. Maybe I’m heartless, but I don’t know if there was a book that was so draining that I had to set it … Continue reading

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30 day book challenge. Day 11

The book that made you fall in love with reading. Probably something from the Babysitters’ Club. Though now I recognize that they are not very good, in elementary school I loved them. I remember ordering them each month from the … Continue reading

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30 day book challenge. Day 10

The first novel you remember reading I can’t remember. The prompt even gives me an easy out…I don’t have to remember the first novel I read, just the first one that I remember that I read. And I really just … Continue reading

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