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A repeat–just too many beautiful quotes!

“What I didn’t know until then was that loving someone and feeling loved in return was the best exercise for the heart, the strength training needed to do more than simply make it through life.”

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A Wolf Called Romeo by Nick Jans

National Geographic has an interesting article about a friendly wolf in Alaska.

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2015/03/150322-romeo-wolf-dog-animals-wildlife-alaska-ngbooktalk/

Romeo appeared in the Alaskan community near Juneau, and “was a bit of a flirt, and like Shakespeare’s Romeo seemed to fall in love with”…Juliet, a yellow Labrador. 214 more words

Julaina Kleist-Corwin

Recommendation: Arrogant Beggar

My literature professor this semester deserves a standing ovation for the collection of books she has had/is having us read. 242 more words

Books

"The Return of the King: Author of Let Me Go comes back with an Arthurian Epic" The Buried Giant

Known for his historical fiction, author Kazuo Ishiguro, has come up with something in my mind completely amazing. He bases his story off the 14th century poem Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. 481 more words

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Book Review // The Breeders by Katie French

Format: eBook
Published: 31st July 2012
Publisher: LuLu
Pages: 256

This is a non-spoiler review. I will also be adding this to my 2015 Reading Challenge. 668 more words

Review

Well Read Women: March 2015

It’s the end of the month, so our bloggers are back to weigh in on their current reads – good or bad. We’ve rounded up what our staffers read or are reading this month to give you some inspiration for your own book list. 775 more words

Culture

Looking for Alaska by John Green

Miles “Pudge” Halter is obsessed with last words. He leaves home to attend a boarding school in Alabama hoping to find the “Great Perhaps,” mentioned in the last words of the poet Francois Rabelais. 236 more words

Teens