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I Think Books Matter And Reading Is Important

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I definitely want to get more into reading. Reading takes us to far away places. I am especially interested in learning more about history. Also about real life stories of people who have accomplished extraordinary things
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Wow, last night got into a new book about 7pm. a fun silly comedy. "Chez Stinky" cute and a bit of a silly light read. I looked up as I knew I was getting tired, it was 2:15 am. Yikes! That has not happened to me in a while. You ight enjo...
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Nov 28, 2018
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Anyone have any good recommendations for mystery, fantasy or horror?
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Oct 26, 2018
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All the exercise for the body I do and teach isn't worth so much without exercise for the brain. Reading is the best source of this because of mental picturisation. So books matter and reading is important, even essential for all who want a holi...
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Feb 9, 2018
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I feel like I need to read a book. I've been so upset and anxious over my situation I'm in. I feel like a book will take me to another world, something else to think about for a while.
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I Think Books Matter And Reading Is Important
I am a former librarian so of course I feel this way but why do you agree?
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